Big Show signs a contract with AEW All Elite Wrestling has officially confirmed the news through their Twitter account Paul Wight to be fighter and commentator for AEW Dark: Elevation
All Elite Wrestling has announced, through his official Twitter account, that Paul Wight, known in WWE as Big Show, has signed a long-term contract with the company.
As is customary in these cases, AEW has welcomed you by stating that you are part of the company using the hashtag #AllElite. In a lengthy AEW statement, he clarified that Paul Wight will not only be a fighter but will also join the commentary table for the company’s new program:
“Complementing AEW Dark on Tuesdays, AEW Dark: Elevation will air on Mondays at 7pm ET on the AEW YouTube channel and will showcase established, emerging company stars and the industry’s best independent fighters. ”
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— All Elite Wrestling (@AEW) February 24, 2021
According to Paul Wight’s own statements: “It has been amazing to see what AEW has built in just a few years. AEW Dark is an incredible platform to hone the skills of up-and-coming fighters, but I also love that AEW’s established talent can develop their personality and show a new facet in Dark. It is not an exaggeration when they say that All Elite Wrestling has no limits. ”
Big Show had been moved to the WWE Alumni section In the last hours, WWE had moved Big Show’s profile to the Alumni section of its official website, a place occupied by wrestlers who no longer belong to the company.
It should be remembered that during his last appearance on Steve Austin’s ‘Stone Cold’ podcast, Big Show revealed that he signed a three-year contract with WWE in 2018. Several portals assured that the expiration of Big Show’s contract with WWE was going to take out in the spring of 2021.
His last WWE appearances were last year when he competed for the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre on April 6, one night after WretsleMania. Then, his last match took place on July 20 against Randy Orton on Monday Night Raw.
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