WWE Main Event nearly turned into The Big Show Show on Wednesday night from Biloxi, Miss.
The big 7-footer wasn't exactly thrilled about his loss at Elimination Chamber, and he was rewarded with a bunch of squashes over some jobbers during the normally solid weekly Wednesday event.
Fortunately, there was a bit more action after Show was forced from the ring. Let's take a look at all of the night's results.
The Big Show Defeats The Usos
Show started Main Event by complaining about his loss on Sunday and saying that he could beat anyone in the locker room.
Enter challenger No. 1, The Usos. The poor, poor Usos.
Show tossed the pair around the ring for a minute or two before delivering a double chokeslam for the win.
The Big Show Defeats Brodus Clay
The new successful tag-team partner was up next. He lasted longer than The Usos, actually getting in a good amount of offense against Show.
In the end, though, as Clay was gaining momentum, The Big Show caught him with an unsuspecting KO punch and subsequent pin.
The Big Show Defeats The Great Khali
Yep, it happened.
The Great Khali immediately made his way to the ring, and after he put up a minuscule fight for a couple of minutes, Show knocked him to the outside with the KO punch. It resulted in a count out.
The Miz Gets Involved
The Miz, who was announcing ringside, was finally fed up. He entered the ring and quickly sent The Big Show to the outside.
Show tried to re-enter the ring, but Miz delivered a big dropkick, sending the big guy back off the apron.
That was apparently enough for The Big Show, who decided to return to the locker room.
Justin Gabriel Defeats Titus O'Neil
Speed vs. power.
This was an exciting contrast of styles, and each wrestler was able to showcase his own unique skill set. Gabriel put together some thrilling high-flying moves, while O'Neil connected with some massively powerful attacks, including a ring-rattling clothesline late in the match.
In the end, though, after some back-and-forth action, Gabriel landed the jaw-dropping 450 splash off the top rope for the win.
Shortly before the event got started, The Usos were pumped up for to take on the massive giant:
Maybe they should have been at least a little scared.
Brodus Clay was up next, and while he lasted longer than the twins, not everyone was exactly thrilled about it:
Nevertheless, while Big Show's squash fest wasn't exactly the most compelling thing in the world, this fan noted the intrigue behind the night's final match:
After Gabriel walked away with the impressive win, many were hoping that it meant a push for the 31-year-old talent: