The Wrestler The Big Show Said That It Hurt To Chop

The Wrestler The Big Show Said That It Hurt To Chop

Paul Wight, better known as The Big Show, has long been revered for his thunderous chops that electrify audiences worldwide. However, a revelation from the wrestling titan has unveiled a surprising exception to his signature move.

During an interview on the podcast New Day: Feel The Power, Big Show opened up about the one individual he steers clear of chopping – none other than Triple H. Explaining the rationale behind his avoidance, Big Show elaborated on Triple H’s unique anatomy, likening his upper chest to solid bowling balls that absorb the impact of the chop, leaving the deliverer in agony.

The worst to chop, the absolute worst to where I don’t chop him is Triple H. He’s got such an upper chest when he’s in the corner and he [flexes], his upper chest is so hard and peaks, it’s like slapping two bowling balls. It makes noise but your hand, it hurts me more. The bones in my wrist will hurt.

Adding a touch of humour to the revelation, The Big Show recounted his exchanges with Triple H, highlighting the latter’s playful mockery at his expense.

Hunter is like, ‘Give me a chop.’ ‘No, it hurts me’ and he starts like, ‘What do you mean it hurts you?’ He’s laughing at me like I’m a big wuss because I don’t want to chop him. You know how Hunter is, once he learns something like that, he’ll ride you every night, the entire tour, and won’t let it go.

What Did The Big Show Have For Fellow Giant Wrestlers?

The Big Show said that the most important thing for fellow giants in the ring to do is to make a connection with the audience. Show said that he doesn’t care what moves anyone does but as long as they get the crowd hooked that is all that matters.

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