Paul Wight, better known by his WWE ring name, Big Show rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange on April 2, 2018 in an interview promoting WrestleMania 34 and revealed that he is not hanging up his boots anytime soon, reports ProWrestling Sheet.
“The rumors of me retiring… are false. I actually re-signed in January. So I have a new contract, multi-year deal, so I’ll be around for a while.
This is not the end. For those… who wanted me to retire? Too bad, so sad, I’m still here.
It’s a different role for me. I’m still competing in the ring, doing a lot more outside projects – more projects for myself as well, but it’s a good synergy that WWE and I put together and I’m really looking forward to the future.”
Big Show has been out of action since September 2017 after undergoing a hip surgery. However, even before the surgery, Show himself teased retirement and “one last run”. But now that he has re-upped with WWE, it is evident that the World’s Largest Athlete is not hanging up his boots anytime soon.