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  1. Big Show: Paul Donald Wight is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Big Show. Signed to WWE, Wight is a seven-time world champion, having won the WCW World Heavyweight Championship twice, the WWF/E Championship twice, the ECW World Championship once, and the World Heavyweight Championship twice. He is the only wrestler to have held all four titles. Wight has also won the WWE Intercontinental Championship once, the WWE United States Championship once, and the WWE Hardcore Championship three times.
  2. Big Show a.k.a. Greg Larsen is a musical artist.
  3. Big Show a.k.a. Kittipong Wichitcharussakul appeared in the Final Score documentary film.


"Big Show" is a musical single of Bae Seul-Ki & Baby Mammoth.

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Google previewThe Raw Files: 2000

by James Dixon, Arnold Furious, Bob Dahlstrom, Benjamin Richardson

It would have the same reaction regardless of stipulation and, in all honesty, the Big Show shouldn't have beaten the Rock at No Way Out in the first place and they should have left WrestleMania as Triple H vs. The Rock in singles. To try and add a Vince/Austin style wrinkle into proceedings, the referee for this is Shane McMahon. As a result they play loose with the rules and it's the old WWF Main Event Style. Big Show is a bit too slow to make that interesting and every spot feels like a ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the 1950s (2000)

by James Stuart Olson

THE BIG SHOW. The Big Show was a popular ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of American Political Slang (2006)

by Grant Barrett

Of all the nonobscene terms we use for our elected leaders— bigwig, sachem, mugwump, big gun, big shot, big show, big bug, big wheel, big boy, big enchilada, big banana, big kahuna, big toad, and fat cat, to name a few—big cheese has come the longest distance. The slang word cheese has itself long been a positive in British English, in which it could mean “the right thing, the correct thing, anything genuine, pleasant, or first-rate,” or more specifically, “ wealth and fame.

Google previewA Dictionary of the Underworld (2015)

British and American by Eric Partridge

*big show, the.

Google previewThe Concise Encyclopedia of American Radio (2010)

by Christopher H. Sterling, Cary O'Dell

Even NBC tried to keep the variety musical show alive onradio withThe Big Show on Sundaynights in 1951, butwith no success. Format Radio (Since 1955) The symbol of the Top 40.

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Iraq now says that it will, after all, destroy its missiles. President Bush said, 'Please, I used to pull the same trick. There'd be an intervention, I'd make a big show of pouring out the liquor and then there was a case under the floorboards.' (Bill Maher)
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