Read a discussion article on this subject on Bleacher Report that got me thinking, I realized that this could be a very good subject for us here on the forum. Show has been one of the WWE's most memorable and reliable wrestlers for the past 10 years. So many stars have been pushed to new heights in their careers by feuding with Show (Cena one of the most shining examples.) Show has been one of those wrestlers that have been willing to job to almost anyone and he has a guaranteed Hall of Fame career. But is it time for Show to retire? The reasoning behind such a bold statement is that Big Show's size has disadvantaged other big men wrestlers, and impedes their advancement up the ranks. This might seem contradictory to the idea that Big Show has put many wrestlers over, but this is about the type of wrestler that Show is able to help. A feud with Show is great to enhance a guy that is smaller than Show. The David and Goliath feuds Show has with smaller guys was the first step on the previously mentioned Cena to where he is today (this was before Cena hulked up to his current size) and Daniel Bryan was recently propelled into the main event by double feuding with Show and Henry. Close to a dozen of other wrestlers have been given the same opportunity over the years with varying results. These men battle against the odds, and get to show the will and determination to overcome the impossible, which is a vital element for any smaller wrestler in the current WWE. However, big wrestlers don't get the same rub from taking on Big Show as they get overpowered by a bigger, stronger opponent. These types of wrestlers don't even get the kudos when they hit a big move on Show, as it's almost expected because smaller guys have already achieved it. Looking weak, especially in a powerhouse wrestler's first legitimate feud, can stop a superstar's momentum dead. In worst case scenarios, it has even ended careers. The one big guy that has gotten out of this recently is Sheamus, he has yet to face Show in a feud and is now already a established main eventer, him being run over by Show now would not hurt him. Brodus Clay's massive momentum was recently stopped by Show as another example. With so many bigger guys coming through FCW's program and a real need for them on the WWE roster, Show must stand aside and let them develop. Big Show has had a great career and deserves one last major feud to go out on, but the future will be much brighter if his career comes to the end soon. Discuss.