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Big Show returns home to South Carolina
As reported July 17 by the Aiken (S.C.) Standard, The Big Show comes home to South Carolina tonight, performing at a WWE Raw Live Event at the University of South Carolina's Aiken Convocation Center.
The Big Show, grew up playing basketball and soccer in Aiken, S.c., while attending Millbrook Elementary School. Having reached 6-foot-2 by the age of 12, the Big Show frequently turned heads and made news in town, becoming the 1998 WLTX Athlete of the Year.
Show was a star basketball player at W. Wyman King Academy in Batesburg-Leesvile. The article also features photos of Big Show participating in high school sports.
For more on the Q&A with Big Show, read the article here.