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http://pizzadash1.jigsy.com/resource/blog/importHe efficiently pinned Gene Snitsky in a tag group match, which was a singles match when both males's partners brawled backstage. After squashing his scheduled opponents for a number of weeks, Wight returned to his rivalry with Snitsky. On the August 22 episode of Raw, he foiled Snitsky's harassment of backstage interviewer Maria. The following week, Snitsky hit Big Show with the ring bell immediately after Big Show had won a match.On the December 12 episode of Raw, Big Show took part in a qualifying match for a shot on the WWE Championship in an Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution. Big Show lost to his opponent, Shawn Michaels, by disqualification after Triple H hit Michaels with a chair, intentionally costing Big Show the match and the title shot. In retaliation, Wight price Triple H his qualifying match with Kane later that evening. At New Year's Revolution, Triple H defeated Big Show after hanging him in the head with his sledgehammer and a Pedigree.The ballot was gained by Shawn Michaels, which means that the opposite two wrestlers competed for the World Tag Team Championship. At Taboo Tuesday, Big Show teamed with Kane to defeat Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch for the World Tag Team Championship. On the June 27 episode of Raw, Big Show was drafted to the Raw brand within the 2005 WWE draft lottery; stopping him from collaborating in a scheduled Six-Man Elimination match for the SmackDown!As a end result, Big Show and Snitsky had been positioned in a match at Unforgiven, by which Big Show defeated Snitsky. On the September 26 episode of Raw, Big Show defeated Snitsky once more in a Street Fight. At WrestleMania 21, Big Show faced Sumo Grand Champion Akebono in a worked sumo match; the match was added to the present to attract a strong pay-per-view viewers in Japan, where Akebono is taken into account a sporting legend. In the weeks preceding the match, Big Show pushed over a jeep driven to the ring by Luther Reigns to point out that he was able to shifting the marginally heavier Akebono.Subsequently, Big Show was considered one of eight participants within the 2006 Road to WrestleMania Tournament, the winner of which might obtain a shot at the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 22. On the February 13 episode of Raw, Big Show faced Triple H within the match semi-finals in a match that led to a double count-out. As a result, Big Show and Triple H confronted Rob Van Dam (the winner of the opposing semi-finals) in a Triple Threat match to find out the winner of the tournament on the February 20 episode of Raw.Big Show subsequently feuded with Carlito Caribbean Cool and his bodyguard, Matt Morgan. In August, Big Show was reinstated by new General Manager Theodore Long, as he interfered throughout a Lumberjack match between Eddie Guerrero and Kurt Angle on the September 9 episode of SmackDown!. Big Show had a option to face both Guerrero or Angle at No Mercy, selecting to fight Angle, turning face.