Now I know I'm not the only one that doesn't think that Big Show truly is the world's largest athlete.
According to wwe.com he is listed at 7' tall and 441 lbs. while the Great Khali is listed at 7'3" and 420 lbs. It's a close call...three inches vs. 21 pounds. I'm not sure which one would win as far as statistics. I do know that when Show returned last year, when he was only weighing 399 pounds, they still said he was the world's largest athlete when he obviously wasn't.
Hence the reason why I have referred to him as the world's 2nd largest athlete.
Both the Big Show and Mark Henry have been wrestling for almost 13 years, but Show has done much more with his career and is much more of a threat in the ring. He's not just big, he's quick and a fairly decent wrestler.
He's only been in one Elimination Chamber match. This was the Extreme Elimination Chamber at ECW's December to Dismember PPV (ECW's only stand alone PPV since being brought back from the ashes by Vince McMahon). He lost the ECW Championship to Bobby Lashley that night. This would be Lashley's first and only Elimination Chamber match.
As of late, Big Show's been a tweener. I think he's supposed to be a heel, but after he turned on Edge twice, people have started to treat him as a face. Me personally, ever since his return I've been up and down with him, almost like he's on a see-saw with Mark Henry on the other end.
I foresee the Big Show starting the match off with Jeff Hardy. Hardy will spend half the time jumping around trying to get away from the Big Show, getting the crap beat out of him and the other half relentlessly attacking him without much success.
I think the Show will eliminate Kozlov, then will be eliminated by Triple H later in the match.
Next up is the "Undefeated Moscow Mauler" Vladimir Kozlov.