WWE NEWS: Two WWE Veteran Superstars Officially Retiring At WrestleMania 33

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This is the end.

After years and years of hearing chants like just retire and countless jokes about heel turns, one of the most decorated and dominating WWE Superstars will finally be entering the ring for the last time early next year. That’s right. Paul Wright, also known as The Big Show, announced that his WrestleMania 33 match with Shaquille O’Neil will indeed be his last.

According To Wrestlezone.com, during a recent appearance on 790 The Ticket in Miami, WWE Superstar Big Show revealed this year will be his last with WWE.” The report goes on to state that”During the interview, Show (heard starting at the 8:30 mark) says he is getting into shape and is training for his match with Shaquille O’Neal at Wrestlemania 33 in Orlando.”

This may not come as a surprise to quite a number of wrestling fans for everyone has been looking forward to a day such as this — and of course, it has finally come.

For the record, in recent years, Big Show has fallen from grace to grass and the chants have been going on and on, calling the-world’s biggest athlete to hand his wrestling glove.

On the other hand, The Undertaker has not appeared on WWE television since defeating Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 32 in a Hell in Cell Match. The latest rumors about his status are conflicting with one saying he is retired while the other suggests that a match at WrestleMania 33 is in the works.

According to Ringside News, WWE is already making plans for The Undertaker’s match at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando next year. According to Sportskeeda, Kevin Owens will be superstar facing The Phenom on the biggest stage of them all.