This is a fun quote from Big Show’s interview with GamesRadar:
“I’ve always prided myself on doing what really was best for business. The only time I had an ego is I when wanted to have a reverse Undertaker record at WrestleMania, and they messed it up! I was 0-8, and they let me win one! Imagine being 0-22 all-time.”
That’s a fantastic idea, and would have been incredible had WWE decided to play along with it. He’s off in the number of consecutive losses he suffered, however — he was defeated in his first six matches at WrestleMania before scoring a win in a tag team title match alongside Kane at WrestleMania 22.
As it stands now, he’s 5-11 all time.
He’s right. That’s not nearly as cool as 0-16.
Because I did the research for this post, here’s how he has fared at the “Showcase of the Immortals,” starting with his first all the way up to this past year:
WrestleMania 15: Mankind def. Big Show
WrestleMania 16: Triple H def. The Rock, Mick Foley, Big Show
WrestleMania 17: Kane def. Raven, Big Show
WrestleMania 19: Undertaker def. Big Show, A-Train
WrestleMania 20: John Cena def. Big Show
WrestleMania 21: Akebono def. Big Show
WrestleMania 22: Big Show & Kane def. Carlito & Chris Masters
WrestleMania 24: Floyd Mayweather def. Big Show
WrestleMania 25: John Cena def. Edge, Big Show
WrestleMania 26: ShoMiz def. John Morrison & R-Truth
WrestleMania 27: Big Show & Kane & Santino Marella & Kofi Kingston def. The Corre
WrestleMania 28: Big Show def. Cody Rhodes
WrestleMania 29: The Shield def. Randy Orton & Sheamus & Big Show
WrestleMania 30: Lost in Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
WrestleMania 31: Won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
WrestleMania 32: Lost in Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal