Big Show Talks Floyd Mayweather, Conor McGregor, Knowing Balor Was A Star

The Big Show hasn't exactly appeared on television much lately, but he has no shortage of great memories.

Perhaps Show's most famous run was taking on legendary boxer Floyd Mayweather. Show spoke to Sky Sports recently, and talked about getting punched in the face by Mayweather, and a potential fight with Conor McGregor.

"The hit was hard enough! I asked him to break my nose and, as one of the best fighters in the world, he did! He didn't cause any irreparable damage as I still look like Robert Redford… I have nothing but good things to say about Floyd - he is a fantastic businessman and entertainer, although his grandmother laid into me pretty hard after WrestleMania for slapping her baby boy in the chest! As for Floyd's possible fight with Conor McGregor, if it was a boxing match, he would win - Conor wouldn't be able to hit him. Conor hits hard but it doesn't matter if you can't hit your target! Floyd has too much unconscious competence. Still, it would be some draw," said Show.

Show is often referenced in the "looking like a star vs. not looking like a star" arguments, and size is usually associated with it. Despite his small stature, Show said that he could tell Finn Balor was something special.

"We have try-outs at almost every TV taping and it can be hard for guys to shine in an empty arena with a bunch of Superstars standing around watching, but you can tell in 20 seconds whether some guys have 'it' - whether they move their feet right, are willing to learn and can be a WWE Superstar. Finn, who was by no means a rookie having fought in different dojos all over the world, had that charisma and charm that you wanted to see more of - I would have loved the chance to work with him as we could have torn the house down. With his attitude and skill he will overcome this injury and come back strong. It was pretty badass of him to separate his shoulder [in his match against Seth Rollins at SummerSlam] put it back in and continue to wrestle. That deserves a lot of respect," said Show.

Big Show was drafted in the fifth round of WWE's Draft in July, as the 23rd overall pick. He's not appeared on TV since.

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