WWE star Big Show is a little bit of a heel, but he’s not the first.
The Canadian grappler was the most heel-cups-heavy champion in WWE history, winning three titles from 1985-1992, when he was on the verge of becoming the next Randy Orton.
Now, it looks like the heel will be a regular in the WWE.
According to Wrestling Inc, a website that tracks WWE, heel cups have been popping up at all of the top heels in WWE over the past few years.
In 2015, the company launched a collection of the most notable heel cups, which are named after each heel’s last name.
There are nine of the current collection, with the two remaining on the shelves.
In 2016, the brand also released a series of heel cups named after the heel of their current roster.
One of the biggest trends that’s popped up lately has been the inclusion of heels with their names written on the cups.
The first one is from Daniel Bryan, who has his name written on both the top and bottom of the cup, as well as the heel’s ring name.
Bryan’s Cup is a collection that’s currently in stores at Target, Walmart, Amazon, Home Depot, and the Walmart Supercenter.
The other two are from CM Punk, who recently teamed with the Big Show to become the first team to win the Intercontinental Championship at WrestleMania 30, and Daniel Bryan.
The WWE is also debuting the WWE Collection of the Most Hittiest Sticks, a collection featuring a pair of wrestlers that’s likely to get a lot of attention.
The collection features a pair from WWE’s roster that have been considered the most unlikable, and includes a pair named “The Big Show” and “Big Country” that were both the subject of a popular song by the band Flock of Seagulls.
They’re both known for being extremely mean, but they’ve also been accused of being homophobic.
The “Big Show” is also known for his signature heel grab, while the “Big County” is known for having a tendency to pull his hair back in a high-pitched wail.
The company has also recently launched a series called “The Greatest Sticks,” which will feature a pair that’s known as “The Mule.”
That’s the name of a wrestler in the “Mule” segment of the company, who is a member of the group that’s best known for their infamous heel grab.