Big E on His Way to Become an Unstoppable Force in WWE, Here’s Why

Published 09/19/2020, 11:19 AM EDT


WWE has brought back a tank, and he is looking to collect his dues. In the latest epode of Friday Night SmackDown that aired last night, we saw the return of Big E, and he wasn’t wasting time with cool entrances.

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Sheamus was having a casual day at work when he got the call that his car was being towed. Shocked, “The Celtic Warrior” rushed to the parking lot only to see that it was not just regular towing people whom he could bully around.

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In fact, it was none other than Big E who was moving his precious car. On catching a first glance at the big man, Sheamus ran for the hills. 

This act of cowardice saw the security guard left alone. Big E then turned his attention towards him for ratting him out to Sheamus.

Begging for mercy, the guard tried to save himself from the huge arms of Big E. He failed badly as the former New Day member tossed him around the area. 

Big E sent a message to the WWE Universe through his actions

Sending a statement to Sheamus, Big E absolutely wrecked the guard, leaving him gasping for breath after a bad beating.

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We could now see a new, unexplored side to the otherwise jolly giant. Kept on restraints during his New Day time, Big E has never got a chance to be the powerhouse that he is capable of being.

Now that he has an individual role, he will show us just how much of a dominant force he can be. We fully expect him to run through his opponents, using pure muscle and brute force.

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Sheamus better watch his back now as the shadow of a new foe looms large over him. This isn’t the dawning of a New Day. This is the warning of an apocalypse. Big E can do big things in WWE now that he is his own man, and we may finally see that raw potential unleashed.

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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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