WWE News: Big Show vs. Shaquille O’Neal set for WrestleMania 33?

WWE News: Big Show vs. Shaquille O’Neal set for WrestleMania 33?

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) thrives on moments. The company would do anything to build up a particular moment so that it stays in the minds of people forever. Big Show vs. Shaquille O’Neal is a sort of match that may not have a wrestling appeal to it, but will certainly do enough to be remembered in the history of sports entertainment.

The company gave everyone a glimpse of what it will feel like when two giants of their own particular game stood in the middle of the squared circle during the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 32. Since then, the world has been delving on the thought of when both the Big Show and Shaq will have a one-on-one match together.

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It seems that the WWE has figured everything out and the world will get to see the match at WrestleMania 33 set to be held in Orlando, Florida. Both have said that they are not afraid to fight each other and that they’re ready for it to happen. Big Show stated recently that he is the “biggest white guy in spandex walking,” so he is not hard to find should Shaquille O’Neal decide on a confrontation, as reported by UPROXX.

John Cena hosted the ESPY Awards recently and naturally brought WWE into the picture when he compared Vince McMahon to Roger Godell. However, this was not the only wrestling moment of the night. During the red carpet event, Big Show and Shaq came face to face once again, but this time they decided not to fight each other, but shake each other’s hands.

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However, this seemed to look like a formal agreement between the two that they will be facing each other for a match at WrestleMania 33. It also seems legitimate that Shaquille O’Neal will be having his first one-on-one WWE match in a city where he started his NBA career.

WWE also teased the moment on their Twitter account by posting a video.

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