The giant had finally spoken something about his retirement when he sat down with Stone Cold Steve Austin for his WWE Network special show. Paul Donald Wright Jr aka Big Show had said that he might hang up his massive wrestling boots forever in two years, according to WrestlingINC.com

The 44-year-old veteran who made his debut back in early 90’s had earned a name for himself with his size and wrestling abilities but had fallen out in recent times and currently isn’t involved in as many events as he’d like to be; nor has he gained support from either babyfaces or heels. 

Nowadays when he steps into the ring “please retire” has become a familiar chant for her, which must not have gone unnoticed by the man himself. However, whenever he decides to leave, he will leave with his head held high with an illustrious career. The giant can boast of two WWE Championships, two World Heavyweight Championships, five World Tag Team Championships, one WWE United States Championship, among other illustrious titles.

WWE COO and Executive Vice President for Talents and Live events, Triple H has finally got to the same page with ESPN presenter Michelle Beadle, who previously criticized him for supporting boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather.

Triple H has posted a photo of himself, his wife Stephanie and Michelle on Twitter with the caption “Awesome to reconnect with old friends and bury the hatchet… Good things to come.”

The two had shared bad blood when the world has witnessed Mayweather vs. Pacquiao bout and Triple H did support the former one, who earned quite a reputation for serial women abusing. Triple H’s support did offend Beadon to a certain extent and she decided to cut the strings off between herself and WWE and posted the following on Twitter.