Paul Wight

Paul Wight Says Steve Austin Used To “Kick The Sh*t” Out Of Him In The Ring

There was a time when “Stone Cold” Steve Austin got Paul Wight really fired up. Paul Wight (The Big Show) and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin are no strangers to one another, having battled during the famed WWF Attitude Era. After signing a ten-year contract with the company, Wight debuted as a member of now-retired Vince McMahon’s stable, The Corporation. The former WWE Champion tore through the canvas and attacked Austin during a cage match at St. Valentine’s Day Massacre: In Your House.
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Paul Wight Reflects On "Disastrous" Cody Rhodes, Anthony Ogogo Weigh-In Segment In AEW

Paul Wight recently appeared as a guest on The Wrestling Classic for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling. During the discussion, the WWE Superstar formerly known as Big Show spoke about his memories of the disastrous segment on the AEW Double Or Nothing go-home segment on AEW TV that saw Cody Rhodes and Anthony Ogogo weigh-in ahead of their showdown.

Paul Wight On Why Wardlow Will Never Hit Him With Three Powerbombs

Right now, Wardlow is on fire in professional wrestling as one of the top stars in AEW, and the idea of him facing a legend like Paul Wight is one that could provide huge momentum for him as a talent. In an exclusive Wrestling Inc. interview with Nick Hausman, Wight...
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Paul Wight: Omos, Satnam Singh Need Time To Evolve, Hopefully The Audience Allows It

Paul Wight sees great things in the future for two of wrestling’s biggest prospects, but he won’t burden either one by calling them the “next” giant. In an interview with Muscle Man Malcolm for The Sportster, Paul Wight was asked about Satnam Singh and Omos potentially being the next top giants in wrestling. Wight said that title is one that he doesn’t want to put on anyone, noting how hard it was for his own career while breaking in.

Paul Wight on Working With Satnam Singh, Bigger Wrestlers Needing Time to Adjust

– During a recent interview with Muscle Man Malcolm for The Sportster, AEW talent Paul Wight discussed working with Satnam Singh for his AEW career and more. Below are some highlights (via Fightful):. Paul Wight on not wanting a wrestler to be pressured to become the next giant: “That’s a...

Paul Wight Doesn’t Want Fans To Put Pressure On Newer Giants In Pro Wrestling

The Big Show doesn’t want giants in pro wrestling to have pressure on their larger than life shoulders. While Paul Wight is likely done with full time active competition, that doesn’t mean he cant still defend other giants of the sport against fans. Wight is currently signed to AEW and is recovering from multiple surgeries at this time.

Paul Wight Doesn’t Want Big Guys To Feel Pressured About Being The Next Giant In Wrestling

AEW superstar and former multi-time world champion Paul Wight recently joined MuscleMan Malcom for an in-depth conversation about the future of the wrestling business, which includes Wight’s thoughts on big men in the industry and how he doesn’t want them to feel burdened into being the next giant. Highlights from the interview are below.

Paul Wight, aka "The Big Show", to revive his "Captain Insano" for AEW

Referencing his character from 1998 Adam Sandler comedy The Waterboy, he said: ‘He’ll [Captain Insano] be back. The guy who wrote The Waterboy has approved. ‘Tony Khan and I have secured the rights to Captain Insano. There’s already an outfit made, the whole nine yards. We’re doing a lot of prep work, and this will be my last hoorah so to speak.’

Trailer Released For New Film Featuring AEW’s Paul Wight

The Big Show is returning to the big screen. AEW’s Paul Wight is featured in a trailer for the upcoming film “Marcus.” Written and directed by JR Poli and released by Gravitas Ventures, the film is based on Poli’s 2018 short-film of the same name. The...

Trailer Released For Marcus, Featuring Paul Wight

Gravitas Ventures has released the trailer for the new drama film Marcus, which features Paul Wight in the cast. The film was written and directed by JR Poli. It also stars Owen Miller, Katana Malone, Todd Bruno and Jennifer Lynn Sharp. It will be released in theaters and on digital home media on July 15.

Exclusive Marcus Trailer Starring AEW Wrestler Paul Wight

Gravitas Ventures has acquired the North American rights to J.R. Poli’s drama Marcus, which is based on the award-winning short film of the same name. ComingSoon is excited to debut the trailer for the film, which stars Owen Miller, Katana Malone, Todd Bruno, Jennifer Lynn Sharp, and wrestling legend Paul “Big Show” Wight. The film is written and directed by Poli and will be available in theaters and digital on July 15, 2022.

AEW’s Bryan Danielson, Chris Jericho, and Paul Wight make cameo appearances on WWE RAW

During the June 27th 2022 edition of WWE RAW, several wrestlers record video messages to celebrate the 20th anniversary of John Cena’s WWE debut. AEW contracted wrestlers Paul Wight (billed as The Big Show), Bryan Danielson (billed as Daniel Bryan), and Chris Jericho were among those that were featured in the compilation.

Paul Wight Makes Surprising Confession About Being World Champion

Paul Wight won multiple World Championships across his career in different pro wrestling promotions. Wight, formerly known as The Big Show while in WWE, currently works for AEW, where the majority of his work thus far has been done from the commentary booth for “AEW Dark: Elevation.” Between his time in WCW and WWE, Wight won six world championships. Wight confessed on “Submission Radio” how he felt about being a World Champion in professional wrestling.

Paul Wight Names WWE Star With ‘Best Backstage Game Since Hulk Hogan’

Very few wrestlers have had a great backstage game like Hulk Hogan, but Paul Wight can think of a similar one. Paul Wight, FKA Big Show while with WWE, has been under contract with AEW for over a year now, most notably commentating for “AEW Dark: Elevation.” Wight has wrestled just four total matches for the company, mostly due to a surgery he had in December.

Paul Wight on How Much Brock Lesnar Intimidated People Backstage in WWE

– During a recent interview with Submission Radio, AEW talent and broadcaster Paul Wight spoke about how intimidating Brock Lesnar was backstage in WWE after he returned to the company following his stint in the UFC. Paul Wight stated the following (per Wrestling Inc.):. “I always tease Brock when I...

Paul Wight Discusses Brock Lesnar’s Backstage Presence

Brock Lesnar has had an interesting time in WWE since returning in 2012 following WrestleMania 28. He has won many championships in the WWE and even won the world title repeatedly in the promotion. He has also conquered The Undertaker’s streak. Brock has had a constant presence in WWE and has been more than happy to help fellow competitors in WWE.

Paul Wight Compares Brock Lesnar’s “Backstage Game” To Hulk Hogan

Paul Wight has claimed that Brock Lesnar as the “best backstage game” since WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan. While on the surface, Brock Lesnar and Hulk Hogan might not have much in common, apparently that’s not the case according to Paul Wight. In the ring, a...