Big Show Still Looks In Insane Shape After Hip Surgery
WWE legend the Big Show still looks in incredible shape despite being less than three weeks removed from hip surgery.
The World's Largest Athlete, real name Paul Wight, has made some dramatic changes to his diet, training and lifestyle to see a quite remarkable body transformation, with the help of celebrity trainer Dodd Romero.
His last appearance on WWE television was a war of a steel cage match with fellow behemoth Braun Strowman on 4 September, where Show was beaten by The Monster Among Men, and then on the receiving end of a brutal running powerslam through the cage.
The 45-year old has been taking time off to undergo hip surgery but he's been back in the gym, looking shredded and beastly as ever, in no time.
He took to Twitter to share the following snap:
A true inspiration to everyone, showing what hard work gets you. Keep it up!- Jdgarrison11 (@Jdgarrison11) October 13, 2017
You are looking great Mr. Show. Truly an inspiration. Keep up the good work, looking forward to the next time we see you.- NewGeek Haven (@NewGeekHaven) October 13, 2017
Fuckin he'll show, that's some going. Looking great big fella- Paul Taylor (@ptoafc83) October 13, 2017
Paul you're a goddamn beautiful monster I hope you never change- Sebastian Steward (@Sebasnobull) October 14, 2017
He's looking mighty fine isn't he? At his biggest, the seven-time world champion weighed over 500 pounds but revealed he had made a massive cut-down to 373 in March.
It turns out that 16-time world champion, and face of WWE, John Cena, was a pivotal figure in Show's monumental turnaround, as he helped persuade him to hit the gym.
"John sets the bar pretty high for every Superstar, and I'm not just kissing his butt because he's John Cena," Show told WWE.com.
"He's a hell of an individual, and we were joking one day. We were talking about getting in shape and I said, 'Ah, what the hell is a giant gonna do with abs?
"John looked at me with a straight face and said, 'Yeah. A giant with abs. That wouldn't be marketable at all.' And he walked off."
"It was kind of a shot, but [later] John reached out and congratulated me on the work I've done. That meant a lot. To have that respect from him was a big boost."
Keep at it, big man!