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Spoiler On WWE Star Returning To RAW This Monday

After being laid out on RAW last month during WWE”s first ever “Fist Fight”, Big Show is ready to make a return.

According to PWInsider Elite (Subscription Required), Big Show is scheduled to be on RAW this up-coming Monday in Everett, WA.

Big Show returned to WWE last month, making two appearances following a lengthily hiatus due to injury.


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In an interview with ESPN last month, Big Show revealed he underwent five surgeries over the last year and a half.

“I’ve been chomping at the bit, actually,” Big Show stated  “I was in a pretty rough patch the last two years. I needed five surgeries in a year and a half. You’re trying to do recovery therapy, and then there’s a setback. It was very frustrating for me for a while. This opportunity came up, and I was blown away by it. Right fit, right time.”

His most recent return was was a last minute decision, he was given 36 hours notice from WWE management.

“You haven’t wrestled competitively in two years, but in 36 hours you’re going to be on Raw and, oh yeah, don’t tell anybody,”

Only three people were aware of his return, and while the rest of the WWE roster are given schedules via an internal travel app, Big Show’s details were texted to him to ensure the surprise wasn’t leaked.

“There are so many websites, social media outlets, podcasts, people involved that tell a friend who tells a friend. There’s so many more people involved now. Everybody has access to information.”

The Big Show’s last match prior to his return last month was during an episode of SmackDown in November 2018. He return was short lived, as he suffered a hamstring injury during a match alongside The Bar against The New Day.

Big Show is advertised for several WWE live events over the next few months, including the company’s South African tour.

It’s unknown what plans WWE has for Big Show at their up-coming PPV’s including Super ShowDown, Elimination Chamber, and Wrestlemania 36.

WWE Monday Night RAW will emanate from the Angel Of Winds Arena in Everett, WA on Monday, February, 17.