"Money" Talks, Big Show Stalks! Camp Notes and Quotes on Mayweather-Big Show
MAYWEATHER and BIG SHOW AT ODDS! Lou D'Amico, the legendary Director of the Race and Sports Book at the Plaza Hotel & Casino in downtown Las Vegas, set an opening line of -110/Pick-em when the Floyd "Money" Mayweather - Big Show WrestleMania 24 match was first announced. "Early interest had people backing Big Show..
Article posted on 19.03.2008
After all, he is the only man to ever hold all three major titles -- World Heavyweight Championship, WWE Championship and the ECW Hardcore Championship, said D'Amico. "The early action on Big Show moved the number to Big Show - 140 / Mayweather Even. But as the story has gotten bigger, the tide has shifted to Mayweather and the line now stands at Mayweather -150 / Big Show +110"...
CONAN HAS A REALLY BIG SHOW!
Big Show will appear on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," This Friday! March 21 (12:30 p.m. ET / 11:30 p.m. CT), to discuss his upcoming WrestleMania 24 match against Mayweather...
HATTON'S HAT'S OFF TO MAYWEATHER!
The Sun's Simon Rothstein reported that two-division world champion Ricky "Hitman" Hatton received a visit at his Manchester, England gym from wrestling great Stone Cold Steve Austin earlier this week and their discussion turned to the upcoming match between Mayweather and Big Show. "Floyd is the best pound for pound fighter in the world and very quick," said Hatton, whose only professional loss was served up by Mayweather last year. "Big Show may have a massive height and weight advantage, but he's got to catch him first." Austin added: "Mayweather, for my liking, runs his mouth too much...I think he's a little too cocky and arrogant. When Ricky fought Mayweather on PPV I bought it - and I was cheering for Ricky all the way."
Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Big Show put it all on the line when they face each other at WrestleMania 24, Live on Pay-Per-View, Sunday, March 30, at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida!!!
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