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All of the men pictured above have had their fair share of time at the top in both WCW and WWE. Why hasn't the Big Show been awarded the same?
The Big Show is one of the greatest big men of all time. He's known, loved and respected throughout the WWE Universe. He's had a ton of high-profile feuds.
Kids love him.
He's easily one of the most recognizable with unique size and look. When his theme music—"Well. Well, it's the Big Show!"—it has the ability to get fans pumped.
The guy is a legend.
He's endured through the WCW, the purchase and entrance into the WWE, the acquisition of ECW, the end of the Attitude Era and the start of the PG Era.
When Steve Austin and The Rock took the reigns from Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart, the Big Show was there. When Austin and the Rock passed the torch to Edge and John Cena, the Big Show was there.
Now it's the likes of CM Punk, Sheamus and Daniel Bryan. Big Show's still there.
Yet, his resume reads three time top champion of WWE. One of which was for less than two minutes. His other two reigns lasted a combined 72 days—less than three months.
For everything he's done for the WWE, Big Show needs something big to show for it.