1. CowboysZone Upgrade Coming Soon! For more information, click here.

The Big Show eats a lot of meat!

Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by Teren_Kanan, Feb 2, 2014.

  1. Teren_Kanan

    Teren_Kanan Well-Known Member

    1,787 Messages
    199 Likes Received
    The Big Show came into my Denny's last night and I got to serve him. The man is absolutely massive! I'm 6'3 270 pounds and I felt as small as I have ever felt next to another human being. He literally had to duck through the doorway!

    He ordered a Prime Rib Cobb salad with extra steak, and an entire bowl of Meatballs (Denny meatballs are the size of a small fist). He's really really nice guy and tipped 10$ on a 24 dollar tab.

    I wish I could post some pictures but I didn't want to bother him for one. I already had other guests coming up to him for pictures (some while he was eating.. ***), and I feel like I'd be very annoyed by stuff like that if I was mildly famous, even if it does come with the job.

    Just not something you expect to see working Graveyard shift at a Denny's. Thought it was interesting enough to share =p
    Duane, tantrix1969 and BigStar like this.
  2. Achilleslastand

    Achilleslastand Well-Known Member

    1,636 Messages
    374 Likes Received
    You didn't get a chance to ask him if he thought Vince M ruined wrestling?
  3. Phoenix

    Phoenix Well-Known Member

    6,549 Messages
    972 Likes Received
    So this was a post Super Bowl party feeding, then...?
  4. Fletch

    Fletch To The Moon

    11,513 Messages
    2,506 Likes Received
    Man... you should have broke a damn chair over the back of his head! I know I would have.
  5. Teren_Kanan

    Teren_Kanan Well-Known Member

    1,787 Messages
    199 Likes Received
    Haha I wanted to sing his theme song as I brought out his food, but I held it in.
  6. HeavyBarrel

    HeavyBarrel Well-Known Member

    1,708 Messages
    670 Likes Received
    Thx for the story!
  7. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

    34,830 Messages
    4,933 Likes Received
    Anyone remember when they (I forget which promotion did it) posed him as the "Son of Andre the Giant"?
  8. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

    34,830 Messages
    4,933 Likes Received
    LOL!

    For a long time I though Vince M ruined it. And get me wrong he did some things that for at least me, ruined my interest in following the sport/exhibition.

    But the old territory system was falling apart by the early 80's came about. Sam Munchnick retired and left a massive hole in what was arguably the NWA's strongest territory– St. Louis.

    Sam helped maintain the territory system which worked for 40 years, but after he left there wasn't anyone else who could see the big picture and realize the potential of a country-wide territory.

    I don't think it was a coincidence that it was Ted Turner who bought what was left of the NWA and not anyone who was previously associated with the NWA.
  9. The Ominous

    The Ominous Dead Man Stalkin

    1,257 Messages
    211 Likes Received
    He should have played The Mountain that rides in our favorite show brotha...the new guy looks good though haha!
  10. big dog cowboy

    big dog cowboy THE BIG DOG Staff Member

    56,127 Messages
    8,614 Likes Received
    True story - he went to college and played basketball right here in my hometown. He was recruited (for reasons the locals still can't explain) and eventually signed. At the time everyone was :eek: when they saw how big he was. Then he got on the court. No skill set what so ever. He sure made for interesting conversations during his stay. And no one was surprised when he joined the WWF. To tohe OP's point he is a very big man. I've seen him many times and can say very honestly I wouldn't want him mad at me. Oh I almost forgot, when his music hits now, the entire family sings "Wellllllllll it's the big slow!!!"
  11. Achilleslastand

    Achilleslastand Well-Known Member

    1,636 Messages
    374 Likes Received

    True to a point but I do miss the days of NWA/Mid South Wrestling. It also im sure has something to do with getting older and not being as "into it" as you were when you were younger. Plus a lot of the wrestlers back then always seemed to give way better interviews/promos then the latter generations for the most part, Dick Murdoch, Dusty Rhodes, Ernie Ladd, Mr Wrestling II, the Assassin as well as Cowboy Bill Watts were all excellent behind the mic. And Murdoch wow what a character...ive heard stories he was the same outside the ring as in........wasn't uncommon for him to get into a barfight and really clean house.



    LOL@ 4:35 he called him a puska{wha?}
  12. MichaelWinicki

    MichaelWinicki "You want some?" Staff Member

    34,830 Messages
    4,933 Likes Received
    Good stuff... Ernie Ladd... Gordon Solie... Mr. Wrestling II.

    Boy that was a whole different era with the territories.

    I grew up with the NWA promotion out of eastern Canada, which broadcast on the CHCH channel 11 here in this part of New York State. Of course we had the WWWF every Saturday night at Midnight.

    Then in the late 70's they started showing Mid-Atlantic Championship Wrestling, which was another NWA territory. This was when Ric Flair was just starting to make a name for himself.

    Had Georgia Champion Wrestling for a few years in the early 80's. Even had South West Championship Wrestling for a couple years.

    I do miss all that.
  13. Section444

    Section444 Well-Known Member

    4,743 Messages
    1,120 Likes Received
    Guy is a great entertainer.
  14. Sarge

    Sarge Red, White and brew... Staff Member

    21,605 Messages
    2,361 Likes Received
    Dominick Denucci
  15. FiveRings

    FiveRings Well-Known Member

    1,767 Messages
    234 Likes Received
    That's cool. My old history teacher came into the catering hall at which I wait, so that happened too...
    Teren_Kanan likes this.

Share This Page