Big Show came inches away from winning the World Heavyweight Championship at Survivor Series, unfortunately, he won via disqualification as Mark Henry retained the belt.
This is the second PPV in a row where Henry retained the belt over the World's Largest Athlete in a manner that isn't decisive that Henry is better than Show.
Henry continues the title run he began at Night of Champions, when Henry defeated Randy Orton. Show has shown his toughness as of late and the match at Survivor Series was a testament that even if there are two big athletes in the ring, they can still put on a good match.
What have we learned about this match, the result and beyond?
As mentioned before, the two big men put on a great match. Show and Henry used a variety of clinical wrestling maneuvers, as well as some high-flying moves and the usual power moves to tell the story of this match.
The match itself had fans chanting "boring" one minute and "this is awesome!" the following minute. The roller coaster ride reached a climax when Show delivered an elbow drop from the top rope (yes, you read that right) and it set up the disqualification.
A horrible result for an otherwise excellent match, one of the best matches done by either man in months.
After the match, Mark Henry grabbed a chair and Big Show turned the tables. Show put Henry's leg in the chair and delivered a leg drop.
It was deja vu of the Money in the Bank PPV, however, the roles were reversed and Show is poised to possibly win the belt at the TLC PPV.
Henry and Show have been working for WWE for years and it is good to see these two veterans getting a world title feud together and for the sake of the World Heavyweight Championship, this feud needs to continue and we all know that Show is going to be hungry for Henry's blood.
A classic monster heel in Mark Henry may have found his kryptonite in the Big Show. Before, Henry has been able to manhandle almost everyone in the WWE including Randy Orton, Sheamus and most recently, Daniel Bryan.
Henry's biggest WWE push won't come to an end anytime soon and as he knows, the second he doesn't have a belt and falters like he did a number of years ago, will he be sent to the midcard or worse, no job whatsoever?
He is losing some steam as Show is "showing" up the champion with superior power.
What we learned from Show's win is that he still has unfinished business with Henry and the score will be settled in the ring, either on SmackDown or at the next TLC PPV, which is a mere four weeks away on December 18.
Where do you see the Henry/Show feud going? What do you think?