World Wrestling Entertainment & Big Show
World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (doing business as WWE, Inc.; ) is an American publicly traded, privately controlled entertainment company dealing primarily in professional wrestling, with major revenue sources also coming from film, music, product licensing, and direct product sales. Paul Wight (born February 8, 1972), better known by his ring name, (The) Big Show, is an American professional wrestler currently signed with WWE./5
World Wrestling Entertainment Big Show Ashley Massaro Bob Holly Candice Michelle Attitude Era John Cena World Wrestling Federation New Jersey Wade Barrett Antonio Cesaro Izod Center Vince Mcmahon Roman Reigns Randy Orton Mark Henry Mechanical Bull Jonathan Coachman
Lol!Big Show and Mark Henry arguing was pretty good like i always say we need more entertainment in world wrestling ENTERTAINMENT
What if.after this lawsuit I become the owner of World Wrestling Entertainment at Big Show's approval?
Not to sound like a school principal or anything but I'm going to get this off of my chest. Not only trolls hate anime but they hate wrestlers whether they are babyfaces or heels in the WWE,TNA,ROH,Chikara,Dragon Gate USA or Puroresu Japanese wrestling in general. Trolls make hate pages on a certain wrestler or stable that they loathe. I'm been a wrestling fan since the Attitude Era when WWE was competing against WCW and WWE was known as the WWF until they lost the lawsuit with the World Wildlife Fund in 2002 forcing Vince Mcmahon to change the name from World Wrestling Federation to World Wrestling Entertainment. I respected wrestlers like CM Punk,Dean Ambrose,Seth Rollins,Roman Reigns,Antonio Cesaro known as Claudio Castalogi,Big Show,Christian and Wade Barrett. Do I bash them? No. But is it wrongful that you liked those hate pages against the wrestlers I mention? Yes. I was foolish that I like those pages and it got Orion Ake upset that the "We Hate (Insert Wrestler here)" is my wrongdoing. What people ...
You Have Got To Look At This! WWE Salaries Below is the World Wrestling Entertainment talent roster payroll that was taken from October of 2004 until February of 2006. The shown dollar amount beside each wrestler is the grand total that they earned from World Wrestling Entertainment in a one year period (downside guarantees, bonuses, and merchandise shares). Some wrestler’s were given special privileges and bonuses in their contracts which can also be seen beside their total pay. All wrestler’s contracts begin and end at different months of the year, there for each shown amount is what that particular wrestler earned in a 365 day time period between October 2004 and February 2006 (or however long they have been with the company). All dollar amounts were rounded up/down (Example: $244,766 would be $245,000) Ashley Massaro: $131,000 - Batista: $813,000 (First class flight tickets paid for every week) - Big Show: $1,000,000 (Base salary) - Bob Holly: $217,000 - Booker T: $375,000 - Candice Michelle: $64, ...
This is when Big Show gets on a Mechanical Bull on Raw on February 22, 2010. © 2010 by World Wrestling Entertainment and Mechanical Bull. All rights reserved.
The World Wrestling Entertainment's No Way Out event returned on June 17, 2012 after a gap of three years at the Izod Center in New Jersey in the US. In en exciting Steel Cage fight between John Cena and Big Show, Cena emerged victorious.
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