Big Show is a 21-year veteran in the business and has been with WWE for 17 years. In an interview with Digital Spy, The World’s Largest Athlete said, when asked about The Undertaker, that he does not believe The Phenom is done yet.
“No, I don't think Taker's story is done. Taker is one of those amazing, iconic characters that has built WWE and stood by WWE through thick and thin times. He's one of the guys that never jumped ship back in the day.”
The Big Show and The Undertaker are more than familiar with each other. In fact, one of the victims of the mythical Wrestlemania streak of The Undertaker was The Big Show (along with A-Train) at Wrestlemania XIX. It was supposed to be a tag team match with Nathan Jones by The Phenom’s side but that didn’t appear to happen.
He was also asked about the night at Wrestlemania XXX at New Orleans when Brock Lesnar broke the streak, and what his take on it is.
"My personal take on it? I wish Taker would have never lost in New Orleans. There was no reason for it.”
He said that he believes that as long as The Phenom feels healthy enough to go out, he will. He also said that he is ok with seeing Undertaker at special events because he is the ultimate special attraction.
He said that he also believes The Undertaker’s entrance is the greatest of all time and recounted moments where he and Mike Chioda got goosebumps.
Here is a match between The Big Show and The Undertaker from Survivor Series 2008:
Here is a moment to relieve from The Attitude Era between the two:
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