Paul Wight discusses Big Show’s constant heel and face turns. The former WWE Champion left the promotion and headed to AEW last month.
The Big Show is no more. He is now known as Paul Wight and works at AEW. Show is an entity that worked for the WWE and is now off the past where he remains separate from Wight but the latter still retains memories of the former and not all of them are pleasant.
While speaking with Michael Morales Torres of Lucha Libre Online, the former WWE Champion opened up on his frustration with Big Show’s numerous face and heel turns. He couldn’t help but wonder if his character was schizophrenic and joked that perhaps it was due to a sugar imbalance problem.
Paul Wight discusses Big Show’s constant turns
“I had done everything I could do in WWE, I really had. I mean, we both know I’ve have more turns than NASCAR in WWE. You know what I mean?… I think my character was schizophrenic. I’d walk down the ramp a good guy and walk back a bad guy. Who knows! Maybe it was a sugar imbalance problem? Who knows?”
Within the same interview, Wight added that he had no complaints regarding his WWE career. However, he still wanted to wrestle and that was why he moved to AEW.
“One of the biggest reasons why I opted for a AEW is I still wanted to compete. That was a little bit of the frustration that I’ve had in the past couple of years. I mean, I had an amazing career WWE. I have nothing at all to complain about other than like everything in life, they move on. They’re thinking about the generations and the future generations.”
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