Big Show

The Big Show
Big Show.JPG
It's Show Time!
Height7'0"
Weight440 lbs
FromAiken, South Carolina
Show BrandSmackDown!
FinishersChokeslam, WMD


The Big Show is one of the most feared men in the WWE. The fact of his huge size and weight made him the World's Largest Athlete. The 441-pound giant is a five time World Champion that includes ECW, WCW and WWE championships - he is the only man in history to accomplish this feat. The Big Show fought for and against the New World Order during his time in WCW before entering the WWE and feuding with the likes of Big Boss Man, Shane McMahon and Brock Lesnar. In WWE, he also is a multiple World-Tag Team Champion and a United States Champion. With his weight plaguing him, Big Show took a career hiatus in 2006 and was not heard from until he made his long awaited return to the WWE in March 2008 to face Boxing star Floyd Mayweather at WrestleMania 24 and had since been feuding with the likes of Khali and Kane since then.

Big Show has been in every game from WWF SmackDown! to SmackDown! vs. Raw 2007. He would not appear in Smackdown! vs. RAW 2008 but return in 2009 to 2011. Although, that is disputed by several people that his inclusion in Know Your Role doesn't count, since you must use a cheat device to unlock him.

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[edit] WWF SmackDown!

[edit] WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role

Big Show is not part of the original roster in this game, but he in unlockable through Gameshark. Certain rumors have also appeared, claiming that it is possible to unlock Show through season mode after a certain amount of time, but it is mostly believed false. His moveset, entrances and looks are all accessible in the game though.

[edit] WWF SmackDown!: Just Bring It

[edit] WWE SmackDown!: Shut Your Mouth

Big Show is among the most powerful wrestlers in the game, able to do significant damage once he gets a hold of his opponent. The downside is that he is incredibly slow and can't take pain as well as he can dish it out.

In season mode he is generally wrestling in the upper mid-card, with the occasional main event match. Following a tag team against the nWo, Big Show turns against your superstar, thus joining the nWo.

[edit] WWE SmackDown!: Here Comes The Pain

Strength: 10

Durability: 9.5

Technique: 7.5

Submission: 7.5

Speed: 6

Overall: 81

[edit] WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw

Strength: 10

Durability: 9.5

Technique: 7.5

Submission: 7.5

Charisma: 7.5

Speed: 5

Overall: 84

[edit] WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw 2006

Strength: 10

Durability: 9.5

Technique: 7.5

Submission: 7

Hardcore: 7

Charisma: 7

Speed: 5

Stamina: 6

Overall: 82

[edit] WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2007

As I’m sure you can imagine The Big Show can destroy just about any man on the SmackDown! vs RAW 2007 roster. With his strength attribute at 10 most of his opponents will quickly fall victim to his superior power.

Big Show's entrance on SmackDown vs RAW 2007

The most dominating moves in Big Show’s arsenal are the ultimate control grapples. In a power grapple (hold R1/B and move the right analogue stick left) press R3 to activate the ultimate control lift up, from here you can choose to powerslam your opponent, drop them onto your knee or lift them above your head and throw them down to the mat. Other ultimate control moves include the Samoan Drop and the Backbreaker, both of which focus on your opponent’s body, leaving them in perfect condition for a Showstopper. The downside to the ultimate control grapples is that it drains your stamina, and with the Big Show only having a stamina attribute of 6 make sure your stamina bar is full before attempting these grapples.

The Big Show is a super heavyweight, so he can lift everyone in the game and is invulnerable to cruiserweights and light-heavyweight lifting grapples and attacks. He is also one of the few wrestlers in the game to have his own unique title entrance (he carries the belt over his shoulder instead of around his waist).


Strength: 10

Durability: 9.5

Technique: 7

Submission: 7.5

Hardcore: 8

Charisma: 8

Speed: 5

Stamina: 6

Overall: 84

[edit] SmackDown! vs. RAW 2009

Big Show makes his return to WWE video-gaming, and he hasn't changed one bit. He's still as monstrous as before, with inimaginable strength, the ability to K.O. opponents and to snap out of submissions easier than others. He will use weapons as his toys, thus he contains the Object ability as well. It should be instructed not to make him bleed, or he will wake up in a raging manner and pulverize his opponent, as he automatically gains a finisher.

His Cobra Clutch Backbreaker makes his debut as his finisher in this game.

Big Show sends Shelton crashing to the ground in SmackDown! vs RAW 2009


Strength: 97

Submission: 74

Durability: 91

Technique: 74

Speed: 70

Charisma:83

Hardcore:79

Stamina:77

Overall:88


[edit] Smackdown vs Raw 2010

Grapple: 99

Strikes: 95

Durability: 99

Technical: 70

Submission: 75

Hardcore: 85

Charisma: 77

Speed: 50

Overall: 89

[edit] Smackdown vs Raw 2011

Grapple: 100

Strikes: 95

Durability: 80

Technical: 65

Submission: 80

Charisma: 75

Speed: 40

Overall: 85

Last edited by Gotenks on 27 February 2012 at 14:50
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