Could Big Show have saved his job any other way?

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May 20, 2012

John Laurinaitis’ absolute power (deviously dubbed People Power by Laurinaitis himself) was supposed to have met an ugly end at WWE Over the Limit. The WWE’s Board of Directors had finally painted the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and General Manager of both Raw and SmackDown into a corner ... but little did they or anyone else know that Laurinaitis had a 7-foot tall, 441-pound wrecking ball to take down a wall, allowing him to escape (PHOTOS).

Big Show was humiliated and then fired by Laurinaitis on Raw less than a week before Over the Limit (WATCH). Therefore as a former WWE talent, Big Show cannot be terminated for protecting Laurinaitis’ place atop WWE’s power pyramid as any other Superstar or Diva would have been.

Big Show expressed his love for competing in front of the WWE Universe as he was forced to plead for his job in front of them. Does Big Show love being a WWE Superstar so much that he could surmise no other way to be rehired by WWE? Were there any other paths leading to renewed employment for the embattled behemoth?

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