WWE legend, The Big Show, has been working hard to regain his vintage form, following a serious hip injury last September 2017. After more than a year, he has now made his highly-anticipated comeback and he looks more ripped than ever.
Show, also known as Paul Donal Wight II in real life, has been active in social media during his hiatus and his fans were able to witness the amazing improvement in his physique.
— Sports Arena (@SportsArena023) October 19, 2018
‘The Ripped Show’
The Big Show is one of the most iconic figures in the wrestling world. He was the only wrestler to capture the WCW, WWE, World Heavyweight and ECW World titles and is famous for his gigantic built.
Unfortunately, a pair of unfortunate injuries forced him to take a time off from a fighting. He sustained a hip injury in September 2017 after a steel cage match with Braun Strowman, which he lost eventually.
“It’s frustrating as hell to be in the best shape I’ve been in my career, but that match, I kind of put a lot out on the table and I’m paying the price for it now. Going forward, I’m very confident in the medical team that’s doing the surgery … we’re gonna go forward from there and see what my options are,” he told wwe.com.
He underwent a surgery on the same month, worked his way to recovery, but another setback hit the giant star three weeks before his long-awaited return.
Before his legions of fans get to see him back in action again, The Big Show teased them with a series of posts on Instagram, flaunting his massively improved physique, highlighted with what he referred to as the #GiantAbs.
Fans took notice and did not hide their delight for the WWE star’s progress. One user wrote “Dude you look great man. Keep up the shred!”
Another fan lauded his works behind the scene, saying “Way to go, BigShow! You still got! Keep up the hard work! This shows, BigShow grinds, gains, and maintains his fitness, still behind the scenes!”
The Big Show has turned himself into ‘The Ripped Show,’ a sign of his impending return in the ring and a warning for his WWE rivals that he is now more dangerous than before.
Earlier this month, The Big Show officially made his return in the ring and took on rival Randy Orton for a slot in the WWE’s Crown Jewel World Cup Tournament.
— WWE (@WWE) October 10, 2018
The Big Show is back and is ready to take WWE by storm again.
(Featured Image Source: The Big Show/Instagram)