WWE legend Paul Donald Wight II (aka Big Show) recently chatted with Chris Van Vliet from WSVN-TV on a wide range of topics — from a workout regimen that has him down to a slim-and-trim 396 pounds to his inability to pick his nose due to his oversized fingers.
Van Vliet’s hand looked like a baby’s pressed against the Big Show’s beefy paw.
Aside from flashing his domineering digits, Big Show gave props to a number of his fellow wrestlers, including the Undertaker, John Cena and old-school standout Arn Anderson.
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Big Show cited two Undertaker matches as his favorite WrestleMania moments of all time. Specifically, Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels from WrestleMania 25 and the infamous Hell in a Cell match from WrestleMania 28 that pitted Undertaker vs Triple H with Michaels officiating.
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Pushed to name the strongest opponent he has faced in the squared circle, Big Show cited Brock Lesnar’s explosive athleticism, before giving the nod to half-human, half-tank John Cena.
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The Big Show is unequivocal in his praise of one wrestler in particular — Arn Anderson — whom he credits for stoking his interest in the sport. In 2012, Anderson was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as a founding member of the Four Horsemen (along with Ole Anderson, Ric Flair and Tully Blanchard).
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As far as the Big Show, himself, the seven-footer is prepping for a clash of titans with fellow big man Shaquille O’Neal. O’Neal better come prepared, because Big Show’s kung fu is getting stronger by the day…