45-years Old WWE Legend Announcing Retirement At WWE NO MERCY Next Week

So much have happened to WWE Legend – real name Paul Wight lately especially in line with injuries and fallen out of fan favorism radar.

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Big Show used to be that Champion everyone wants to see in the squared-ring, looking indomitable and unconquerable but that was that about that. Now things have change, he’s booed and asked to voluntary hang his wrestling boots, yes, retire at will.
While he has struggled with that in recent years, it seems that hope is once more dashed, this time forever.

WWE legend the Big Show’s career is in doubt after it was announced he will undergo hip surgery after the brutal Steel Cage match against Braun Strowman on Monday Night RAW last week.

The wrestling hero – real name Paul Wight – has been suffering with the injury for a number of months.

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The Big Show had to be helped back to the locker room after hurting his hip on Monday Night RAW. In my view, that match fixture was nothing short of technical error owing to the fact that Braun Strowman can nearly finish any Superstar (Roman Reigns, John Cena, Finn Balor, Brock Lesnar, etc) in the WWE main roster, talk less Big Show who struggles for fitness.

At 45, he has had a long and hard-fought career and is considering whether or not to pack his in-ring career in.
Show told WWE.com: “I have to have the hip resurfaced. There’s been some traumatic injury done to the hip in the match with Braun Strowman.

“It’s frustrating as hell to be in the best shape I’ve been in my career, but that match, I kind of put a lot out on the table and I’m paying the price for it now.

The WWE legend lay in a heap on top of the cage after the terrifying match last week. According to reports, he is thought to have aggravated the problem during a brutal Steel Cage match.

And words are already swimming around that he would be announcing his retirement come WWE No MERCY, next week.

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