“Big Show” Paul Wight is gearing up for another round of surgery, raising eyebrows among wrestling fans.

After a two-decade tenure with WWE, Wight made waves by joining AEW in February 2021, where he showcased his talents both in the ring and behind the announcer’s desk.

Returning to action on a November episode of Dynamite, Wight teamed up with Kota Ibushi and The Golden Jets (Chris Jericho & Kenny Omega) to triumph over Brian Cage & The Don Callis Family in a memorable street fight. However, concerns arose over Wight’s mobility, particularly regarding his knees.

The reunion of Jericho and Wight on the Chris Jericho Cruise, complete with their retro gear reminiscent of their WWE tag team days, caught the attention of fans.


During a brief interaction with a fan on the cruise, Wight disclosed his intention to undergo knee surgery. The timing of the procedure remains unclear, leaving fans curious about his future in the ring.

As “Big Show” Paul Wight prepares for another surgical journey, the wrestling world holds its breath, pondering the trajectory of his illustrious career. As concerns over his mobility linger and the specter of surgery looms, fans are left to wonder what lies ahead for this larger-than-life figure.

How do you think “Big Show” Paul Wight’s upcoming surgery might impact his career in AEW and his future in the wrestling world? Let us know in the comment section.

Steve Carrier

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