Big Show Tag

- WWE is now advertising another DX reunion with Shawn Michaels and Triple H for the 1,000th RAW episode on July 22nd from St. Louis, Missouri. Big Show and John Laurinaitis vs. John Cena is being advertised also. – Big Show teamed with Tensai to lose to John Cena in a handicap match at last night’s RAW live event in Alexandria, Louisiana. The matches were previously advertised as John Laurinaitis and Tensai vs. Cena. All upcoming live events are now booked with Show and Tensai vs. Cena. – WWE ChampionRead More
– CM Punk is reportedly scheduled to wrestle Big Show at SummerSlam. The two previously faced off at the pay-per-view event in 2010, with Big Show defeating Punk, Joseph Mercury and Luke Gallows in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match. This year’s show takes place August 19 at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. — Two weeks after being involved in a multi-car accident in Las Vegas, Nevada, Rosa Mendes returns to managing Epico and Primo at tonight’s Raw live event in Alexandria, Louisiana. “Packing for 13 days on the road.Read More
Tensai failed to impress WWE officials in his pinfall victory over John Cena on the April 16 Raw SuperShow and was deemed “a flop” as a result. He was initially pegged to face Cena at both Over the Limit and No Way Out but his poor showing in the main event match led to his push being curtailed and Big Show taking his place. WWE also canceled plans for summer live events to be headlined by Tensai and Laurinaitis vs. Cena, instead the former Prince Albert with Big Show. TensaiRead More

Posted On May 29, 2012By StaffIn News

Jericho’s Suspension Countdown, 1000th RAW Match, Punk-Bryan

- As you may be aware, Chris Jericho has been doing a countdown via Twitter since he is on a 30-day suspension. Here is what he posted today, “25 or 6 to 4 is my favorite Chicago song. Loudness has a song called 25 Days From Home. 25 was also the number of Winnipeg Jet Thomas Steen.” – has released new Sheamus Brogue Kick Hooligans t-shirts and new merchandise from the former WWE Champion, which you can view and order at this link. You can also save $10 offRead More

Posted On May 29, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

ThunderStruck: Raw Analysis 05/28/12

Big Show opens Raw by putting everyone down and then talks about destroying Cena at No Way Out. ^Despite this being similar to his last two promos, this was actually a more well thought out speech from Show. It seemed to have more of an explanation as to exactly why he turned on Cena and has become “unstoppable” once again. I love how as a face he gets beat by heels left and right, but as a heel he’s considered such a huge monster that can’t be taken down. SomehowRead More
Following the attack from Big Show on last night’s RAW Supershow, WWE has posted injury updates on Brodus Clay, Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. WWE doctor Chris Amann says that Clay suffered a concussion and several bruised ribs. WWE says Clay went against Amann’s advice and would not go to a medical facility for further evaluation. WWE reports that Clay left the New Orleans Arena with Naomi and Cameron around 11:45pm Central time. Regarding the WWE Tag Team Champions, WWE reports that Kingston and Truth both suffered multiple contusions to variousRead More
- A lot of the WWE talents are “walking on eggshells” for fear of getting in trouble when trying to be creative. The Chris Jericho incident in Brazil last week has caused paranoia among some of the talents. The feeling is that Jericho, someone who returned on his own and doesn’t have to be there, was suspended for just doing his job. As noted before, the reaction among the locker room was that the whole incident in Brazil was blown out of proportion. – Daniel Bryan earned a future WWERead More

Posted On May 29, 2012By StaffIn News

What Happened After WWE RAW Went Off-Air; John Cena Appears

After this week’s edition of WWE RAW went off the air, WWE officials had Brodus Clay stretchered out of the arena to sell Big Show’s knockout punch. John Cena came out to face Tensai, Big Show and John Laurinaitis in the dark match handicap main event. Cena went over and gave Laurinaitis the Attitude Adjustment.Read More

Posted On May 28, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE No Way Out PPV Main Event Now A Cage Match

John Cena vs. Big Show For the June 17 WWE No Way Out pay-per-view will now take place in a Steel Cage match. Local advertising in the New York City area are also promoting John Laurinaitis in Big Show’s corner. Here is the updated card for next month’s WWE No Way Out PPV: Steel Cage Match John Cena vs. Big Show World Heavyweight Championship Match Sheamus (c) vs. Alberto Del Rio WWE No Way Out PPV will take place on June 17, 2012 at the IZOD Center in East Rutherford,Read More
- According to Chris Jericho, people at tonight’s show say the episode of WWE RAW is apparently pretty much scripted entirely around the Big Show. – As previously noted, Chris Jericho is not at Raw. – The show will also most likely feature where Randy Orton and Kane’s involvement for WWE’s No Way Out PPV is heading, according to the Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer.Read More

Posted On May 26, 2012By StaffIn News

Possible *Spoiler* On WWE No Way Out PPV Main Event

Local advertising in East Rutherford, NJ for the WWE No Way Out PPV features John Cena vs. Big Show with John Laurinaitis (in Big Show’s corner). Thus far, no official announcement has been made by WWE regarding Laurinaitis being in Show’s corner for the main event. There was no mention of this on this past Monday’s WWE RAW Supershow. This will be the storyline direction WWE will be going in, according to PWInsider. WWE No Way Out PPV will take place on June 17, 2012 at the IZOD Center inRead More

Posted On May 25, 2012By StaffIn News

*Spoilers* WWE No Way Out 2012 PPV Matches Revealed

As reported last week, the following matches are scheduled to be announced, if not already, for WWE’s No Way Out pay-per-view in June. * John Cena vs. Big Show (Local advertising in East Rutherford, NJ for the WWE No Way Out PPV features John Cena vs. Big Show with John Laurinaitis in Big Show’s corner.) * WWE Champion CM Punk vs. Daniel Bryan, possibly with Kane involved somehow * World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus vs. Alberto Del Rio * WWE Intercontinental Champion Christian vs. Cody Rhodes * Randy Orton vs. ChrisRead More
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Hey everybody, Geddy Cahoon here with another edition of The Cahoon Run Down for my fans on teh internetz. Today, much like last week, I was at something of a loss for what to write about. We’re currently in that pre-Summer Story lull that WWE always seems to fall into at this time, and accordingly, things are very very boring (For the most part. I still have a massive man-crush on both Damien Sandow and Daniel Bryan) on both RAW and SmackDown. However, in a startling change of pace, IRead More

Posted On May 24, 2012By StaffIn News

WWE Extends Mysterio Contract, WWE PPV Main Event News

- WWE has extended Rey Mysterio’s contract for the length of time from when he suffered his knee injury last August until his expected return. This will end up being roughly 10 or 11 months added to the end of his deal. – With John Cena vs. Big Show scheduled to main event WWE’s No Way Out pay-per-view, the last time the World Heavyweight Title or WWE Title match main evented a pay-per-view was last December’s TLC pay-per-view when CM Punk vs. The Miz vs. Alberto Del Rio headlined. (Source:Read More
During this week’s opening segment on RAW, John Laurinaitis announced that he had re-hired Big Show on Saturday, a day before he interfered at Over the Limit and helped Laurinaitis defeat John Cena. The problem with that is the stipulation was that if anyone working for WWE interfered in the match, they would be fired. WWE realized the error and had Michael Cole fix it on commentary, stating that Show agreed in principle to help Laurinaitis but didn’t actually sign the contract until Monday morning. They also corrected it onRead More

Posted On May 21, 2012By StaffIn News

What Happened After WWE Over The Limit PPV Went Off-Air

John Cena continued to sell the WMD from Big Show after the Over the Limit PPV went off the air. Cena eventually recovered and staggered out of the ring to close the show. As mentioned on WWE Over the Limit, the Best of WCW Clash of the Champions on DVD and Blu-ray is scheduled for release this Tuesday. are currently offering up to a 43% discount on the set with a pre-order price guarantee and eligible for free Super Saver Shipping. You can order by clicking here. Click hereRead More
– WWE Champion CM Punk is scheduled for tonight’s WWE SmackDown taping in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Punk stated on Twitter that he is replacing Big Show, who was fired last night on Raw SuperShow. He wrote, “Smackdown in Hershey PA tonight gets punked. (that’s my lame/clever way of saying I’ll be there). Big Show won’t be, because he was fired.” — In the latest edition of Classic Rivalries, remembers the brutal early nineties bouts between Cactus Jack and Big Van Vader in World Championship Wrestling. (Full Story) — A RawRead More
After WWE moved Big Show’s profile to their Alumni roster, they continue to play up his firing by posting a video on of Show’s final goodbye to the WWE Universe. During commercial break last night, Show stopped on the ramp on his way backstage, bowed to the fans and waved goodbye. John Laurinaitis posted the following last night: “Tonight, @WWETheBigShow forced me to make an example out of him. Let that be a lesson to the entire locker room. #Raw” Meanwhile, WWE’s website wonders who may get the axeRead More