Big Show is one of the greatest athletes in the history of sports entertainment. His career in Pro-wrestling has been full of great achievements, many of them in WWE. His time with the company has been very long, but that could have ended recently.

In the last hours, WWE has moved Big Show’s profile to the Alumni section of its official website, a place occupied by wrestlers who no longer belong to the company. It should be remembered that during his last appearance on Steve Austin’sStone Cold’s podcast, Big Show revealed that he signed a three-year contract with WWE in 2018. Several portals indicated that the expiration of Big Show’s contract with WWE was going to take place in the spring of 2021.

Interpreting the writing that WWE has updated in the Big Show biography, it seems that the company refers to him in the past tense, which could mean that he is no longer under contract. “Reminiscent of legendary goliaths like Andre the Giant, Big Show was a feared competitor who intimidated his opponents just with his size and his gaze,” WWE writes in the note.

Big Show signed a deal with WWE in 2018 but went two years without a fight. In 2020 he appeared again on Monday Night Raw to be part of a tag team match where Kevin Owens, Samoa Joe, AOP (Akam and Rezar), and Seth Rollins participated. He contested a WWE Championship match against Drew McIntyre on April 6, one night after WrestleMania. His last match took place on July 20 against Randy Orton on Monday Night Raw.