WATCH: Big Show Delivers Thunderous Chops During Match On RAW

Published 07/07/2020, 8:43 AM EDT


Perhaps one of the most talked-about things right now is the six-man tag team fight that took place a few hours ago on RAW. The team of Randy Orton, Angel Garza, and Andrade took on Big Show and the Viking Raiders.

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During this match, Randy Orton had a stern word with Angel Garza, pushing him to the plexiglass and telling him to get his head in the game.

This moment turned a lot of heads and has been all over Twitter.

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Even though Orton and Garza stole the spotlight, few paid attention to Big Show’s barbaric tactics during the match.

Delivering some of the loudest chops to his opponents, Big Show was unstoppable and a pure beast.

Using his vastly superior size and physique, Big Show sent Andrade and Garza squirming with pain after his thunderous chops. WWE highlighted this moment in their Twitter post.

The match was won in the end by Randy Orton when he caught Erik off guard with an RKO, pinning him.

Big Show could not do much against a motivated Angel Garza and Andrade while Orton finished the job.

WWE has finally decided to give Big Show a good feud

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Big Show himself has been under-utilized in WWE, used mostly as filler.

He has not seen a good storyline for a while now. However, he seems to have finally set sail with this feud against Randy Orton.

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Orton tried to deliver an RKO to the 7-foot giant during the match but Show just pushed him off. The feud will soon be settled, and Orton can clear his head to focus on Edge once more.

It is good to see the giant doing what he loves by chopping those around him again. Hopefully, WWE has more big plans in store for him. There’s a lot the company can do with Big Show.

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Luke Dias

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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