The Big Show Says He Has A Verbal Commitment From Steve Austin For 'Big Show Show' Season Two

Fans who have tuned in to 'The Big Show Show' on Netflix may have been surprised to see some former WWE superstars join 'The World's Largest Athlete' on the show.

The Netflix original follows The Big Show in his life after wrestling, but naturally, wrestling is still part of his life. And at one point in the season, Big Show is joined on a cruise by some of his friends and former opponents. With wrestlers making cameos in season one, fans might see more pop up in season.

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"We have an episode where I decide to take my wife on a WWE cruise… I got Mark Henry who is my best friend in real life and Mick Foley and Rikishi came on. And just the way those guys put a hundred and ten percent forward and just had such a fun time, made it fun for everybody….I’ve got a lot of friends that they’re very supportive and very happy for me, that know me, know my sense of humor and understand that this has been a dream of mine for a while. I have a lot of friends that want to come on. So, season two I’ll be calling in a lot of favors to bring some of the guys in. I’ve got a verbal commitment out of Stone Cold, Jason{Berger} and I already have an episode for that but we’re keeping it on the d-low," said Show to Denise Salcedo of Instinct Culture and Fightful.

"The Big Show Show" has yet to be renewed for a second season, but the show has done well in Netflix, finding itself in the Top Ten for the first week.

Thanks to Denise Salcedo for passing along the quotes. You can find more of her interviews and videos by clicking here.

 

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