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The Big Show was fired. Fans everywhere rejoiced, but sadly it wasn’t real.
In a completely non-bullying way, The Big Show made fun of Laurinaitis' voice backstage. Johnny found out and was upset. He had a few choice words for the giant.
After Show profusely apologized for his actions, Laurinaitis decided to can him anyway.
Like a true tough man who you'd want to pay money to go watch at an arena, Show cried his eyes out. Don't worry, he didn't stay away for long. He later joined up with the man who fired him.
When Show returned, he was angry because no one stood up for him while he was being fired. He called out John Cena personally for it. Hey, he did have a good point there.
Wait, who were we supposed to hate again?
The worst part of the feud was when Big Show interfered on Laurinaitis’ behalf at Over the Limit. Cena could have beaten Laurinaitis any time he wanted to, but instead toyed with him for nearly 20 minutes.
Basically, Cena looked like an idiot for losing to his boss.
The next night, Cena claimed he would have lost anyway because Big Show would have interfered had he tried to pin Laurinaitis any sooner. Apparently, the Big Show can run down to the ring, slide in and break up a pin-fall all within three seconds.
The announcers then had to cover up the other plot holes. They said that Big Show verbally agreed to a contract over the weekend (but didn't actually sign the contract), as the Board of Directors previously stated that no wrestler on the roster could interfere on Laurinaitis' behalf.
This story wasn't too well thought out. Because of this, it wasn't too good either.