|By Daniel Pena | November 14, 2012 | Comments|
Source: F4WOnline- As recently as last week, WWE creative was forwarding storylines with the idea that CM Punk will be featured in the closing match of WrestleMania 29.
WWE states, "Sheamus is hungry to reclaim the World Heavyweight Championship from Big Show's colossal clutches at Survivor Series, but given Show's formidable history, he'd be wise not to underestimate the giant a second time. Here are seven reminders of why Big Show won the "Big Gold Title" to begin with ... and why he may still have it when all is said and done on Sunday."
Feats listed are becoming the youngest WCW World Heavyweight Champion in history at 23-years-old, his 1999 WWE debut, becoming WWE Champion for the first time, capturing the ECW World Heavyweight Championship, successfully defending the Unified Tag Team Championship against R-Truth and John Morrison at WrestleMania XXVI, winning the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania XXVIII, and defeating Sheamus for the World Heavyweight Championship at Hell in a Cell.
- Former WWE Superstar Lance Storm appeared on Over the Top Radio to discuss a number of wrestling topics. (Listen)
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