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Just saw the announcement by Teddy..oops Theodore R Long about the return of The Big Show and it got me wondering..who does he feud with?

Does Kurt Angle go after him for throwing him off a balcony causing him to miss time?

Does The Big Show go after John Cena or Booker T to regain his title lost at WW20?

Does The Big Show fight JBL for a big guy showdown?

Your thoughts and ideas appreciated.



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Show got a pretty good reaction from the crowd on Smackdown this week (at least, in the arena, not sure how it came over on TV), so I'd bet he comes back as a face. The logical feud is Angle, who backed him into the quitting stipulation in the first place IIRC.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.59
    Originally posted by BigVitoMark
    Show got a pretty good reaction from the crowd on Smackdown this week (at least, in the arena, not sure how it came over on TV), so I'd bet he comes back as a face. The logical feud is Angle, who backed him into the quitting stipulation in the first place IIRC.


Yeah, that or Eddie, since Eddie "retired" him basically, which caused Show to go nuts. I do like 'Show as a face. These two options could potentially become a good storyline. Big Show could interfere in the "Tie-breaker" match between Eddie and Kurt, and smash one or the other. (Chair aimed for Angle, switches, hits Eddie, whatever, has been done 50000 times before, but it works)

Big Show stated on a interview that he wanted to go against Undertaker, so maybe thats where 'E could head. (He could even take Heidenreich's place in costing 'Taker a match; It's logical, he was buddies with Heyman before -- and it would get rid of Heidenreich...)

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Heidenreich or the Undertaker.

Show has switched from being a face to heel so many times, it's ridiculous.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.00
    Originally posted by Kaylot
    Heidenreich or the Undertaker.

    Show has switched from being a face to heel so many times, it's ridiculous.


I could be wrong, but hasn't Big Show been a heel for pretty much the entire time since the Brand Split?
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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.71
Yeah, he was a heel for his stint on Raw, except for his last night, when Bischoff traded him and from then on, he's been a heel.






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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.61
It was the first year that was the bad one:

Feb 99 - debuts as heel at St Valentine's
Mar 99 - turns face at Wrestlemania
Jul 99 - turns heel at Fully Loaded
Oct 99 - turns face due to sympathy over dying dad
Jan 00 - turns heel on Rock
Apr 00 - turns face to become fun-loving wacky fat guy
Jul 00 - turns heel on Undertaker
(Aug 00-Jan 01 - sent to fat camp)
Jul 01 - turns face with the rest of the WWF against WCW
Apr 02 - turns heel on Steve Austin
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#8 Posted on
Big Show should fued with JBL for the WWE title. Not only would it be entertaining, but it could put the belt back on Big Show.

Taker is going to fued with Heidenreich, Eddie and Angle will have match #3, and Cena and Booker are fighting over the US title.
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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.94
Given that, as noted above, he has 'valid' reasons for feuds with both Eddie and Angle, couldn't he come back as a 'tweener and throw himself into their feud? It's not neccessarily a great booking idea - for one thing, it'd certainly reduce the quality of the matches we've been getting from the Eddie/Angle programme - but it is a possibility. Might also help to inject some life into that programme if the 'E thinks that another series of matches between the two won't (by itself) hold the attention of the non-IWC wrestling fans...
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#10 Posted on
    Originally posted by Flea_Man
    Big Show should fued with JBL for the WWE title. Not only would it be entertaining, but it could put the belt back on Big Show.

    Taker is going to fued with Heidenreich, Eddie and Angle will have match #3, and Cena and Booker are fighting over the US title.



Thats what I was trying to work out and why I asked the question. They have quite a few different feuds already tied up it makes it hard to predict which way they will go with The Big Show.

Also with Cena off soon to do his movie Booker T will need a new feud.Please oh please not Kenzslow for Booker T.

The other way is for The Big Show to be face and feud with Angle letting Eddie rest and come back after to feud with Angle to regain his belt at WW21.

Always interesting to see what will or wont happen each week, and to try and stay a step ahead and then be pleasantly surprised when it goes bass ackwards.

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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
Personally, I think the best thing for WWE to do with Big Show is to take it slow and just build him as an attraction face, like they had with Andre before his feud with Hogan and decline in health. I don't see the need to just push him quickly into feuding with someone.

Both WCW and WWF/E have tried to give Show that kind of Andre-like presence about him with WCW being the one that really did the better job before they let people like Nash and Goldberg totally kill the "immovable object" aura he had before.

WWE might finally be able to start building him up in a positive, long-term, "he's so large no one will believe if he gets beat" sort of way.

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Big Show will feud with Spike Dudley.

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    Originally posted by Whattaburger
    WWE might finally be able to start building him up in a positive, long-term, "he's so large no one will believe if he gets beat" sort of way.


Nice idea in theory, but it's a few years too late for that. Much the same way WCW killed his aura by making him frequent fodder for Nash and Goldberg, WWE did at least as much damage to him as far as being useable as an unstoppable monster. Credible uppercard guy? Sure. Andre-esque special attraction? Forget it, it's about eight years too late for that.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.84
They're still billing him as over 500 lbs, but it looks like he's slimmed down a fair bit in some of the recent ads. Anyone know how much weight Big Show has lost since he took a hiatus?



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I sat thinking today at lunch that Big Show, no matter how much you knock him, could come back and REALLY DOMINATE!

Lesnar, NFL, is gone this could leave the opening that could give Big Show the career boost he's always needed. With the correct booking, which I know the WWE won't do, he could easily become a HUGE face and have a HUGE run with the world title one last time. I mean, yeah he's a little slow moving, look at all he's been through.

This could be the chance of life time for him to finally be the "MONSTER" he's always been written to be. Build him so nobody on Smackdown can touch him. Like they did with Yokos', bless his soul, title riegn. Only two people showed they could even put a reasonable dent in his dominance. Lugar and Hart but it's 2004 so we put Eddie or Cena in the role of Bret and mabe Booker or JBL in the Luger position. I could just be crazy but anyways I sorta though he might have one last shot in the arm.



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