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The Big Show Paul Wight Leaves WWE has announced that the Big Show is leaving WWE. While they term it as a break to recharge, Show’s WWE contract is said to expire in February 2007.

According to Big Show, he has been plagued by a multitude of injuries from herniated discs to torn muscles, but has still competed through the pain. “I’ve reached a point in my career right now where I am a little run down and hurt pretty bad physically,” explained the Big Show. “I’ve been wrestling the past three months pretty much in pain every night. I can’t compete at the level I want to compete at, and that’s the most heartbreaking thing.” Despite his display of supremacy, Big Show claimed that his performance in the ring has not been at his full potential. It is this that has driven the immense competitor to step away from WWE for now.

The Big Show expressed interest in working with WWE Films. “I’d like to do a WWE movie – a comedy – because I have a pretty good sense of comedic timing. I’m a pretty humble, lovable, funny, easy-going guy with a short fuse. Then again, like Chris Rock said, nobody wants to laugh at a big guy who could beat your [expletive delete].”

This is bad news for WWE/ECW. My only question is weather or not Heyman’s dismissal playing into this decision to step away from the ring. Is this Show’s way of telling Vince that he treated Heyman badly? Could this mean a Heyman/Show defection to TNA? I will miss the Big Show and his performances. I would enjoy seeing him try his hand in movies, especially comedy. He has had several funnny skits on WWE TV and was pretty funny when he crashed The Rock’s SNL appearance with Triple H. Readers comment about your thoughts and ideas about the Big Show’s future.

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