The Big Show Once 'Exploded With Diarrhea' All Over Brock Lesnar During Match
Brock Lesnar is an absolute physical freak but even he wasn't mentally prepared for the Big Show's faeces ending up all over him during a match.
The Beast Incarnate took part in a rare Q&A with Rod Pederson in front of nearly 1,000 patrons at the the Prince of Wales Centre, and shared the story of how the World's Largest Athlete ended up shitting on him back in the day.
During his first run in WWE, when he was contracted full-time, Lesnar was wrestling the 7ft giant on a live show on tour in South Africa but before the event, Show, real name Paul Wight, was suffering from food poisoning.
He persisted with performing but it ended up going badly wrong as Show exploded with diarrhea all over Lesnar when he was slammed to the canvas.
Pederson said: "Before long he was doing 300 shows per year around the globe and while he was making millions, it became a real grind. However, he was never afraid of hard work.
"Lesnar told the amusing/disgusting story of how, one night during a show in South Africa, The Big Show had food poisoning.
"Lesnar slammed him to the canvas and his opponent exploded with diarrhoea all over him!"
We can only imagine the horrible feeling Lesnar experienced when Big Show's dung splattered all over him. However, he is not the only wrestler to have fallen foul to a severe case of gut-rot.
When SPORTbible got some one-on-one time with the 16-time world champion back in 2017, Cena revealed that the weirdest, most embarrassing moment of his in-ring career.
"The most embarrassing thing is when I performed with food poisoning," Cena said.
"I happened to not be wearing my denim shorts, this was way back in the days of yore and believe it or not, I was wearing Halloween orange spandex trunks.
"At the end of the contest, the orange had turned into an unflattering Autumn brown.
"Another wrestling nightmare would be to have your music play and you're not ready to go out, but I would much rather arrive late but dressed for the occasion than pooping yourself and vomiting during a performance."