Wrestling superstar ‘Big Show’

Photo: www.wwe.com/superstars/big-show

Wrestling superstar ‘Big Show’ in South Africa: Dates, booking information and ticket prices

Catch ‘Big Show’ and other wrestling superstars on tour in South Africa this April and in May.

Wrestling superstar ‘Big Show’

Photo: www.wwe.com/superstars/big-show

WWE wrestling superstar ‘Big Show’ (Paul Donald Wight II) is coming to South Africa!

Big Concerts reported that ‘Big Show’ will be part of the WWE live tour of SA that will feature events in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg in April and in May.


‘Big Show’ last appeared in South Africa back in 2011 and the superstar, who is also an actor, recently made a return to the ring after a nearly two-year absence.

What to expect at the WWE live tour in SA

Fans attending WWE live will see their favourite superstars including Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Bobby Lashley, The O.C., Ricochet,  Aleister Blackand more. 

“We are excited to return to South Africa and present four action-packed live events for our passionate fans in the region,” said Stefan Kastenmuller, WWE Senior Vice President and General Manager. “Fans can look forward to experiencing a night of family-friendly entertainment that will create lifelong memories.”

This will also be the first WWE live event in Durban since August 2013, and the first in Johannesburg and Cape Town since April 2018.

Watch ‘Big Show’ live in SA: Dates and Ticket Information

  • Wednesday, 29 April at 20:00
  • Grand Arena, Cape Town
  • Thursday, 30 April at 20:00
  • Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
  • Friday, 1 May at 17:00
  • Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg
  • Saturday, 2 May at 13:00
  • Ticketpro Dome, Johannesburg

Tickets range from R500 to R3000 per person. Tickets are available to purchase at Computicket.

About ‘Big Show’

With accolades that stretch as far as his gigantic reach, ‘Big Show’ is one of the most decorated and feared superstars to ever step foot inside the squared circle. He is said to be the first star to capture the WWE, WCW and ECW championships and even won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 31.

Still knocking heads more than two decades after his in-ring debut, ‘Big Show’ remains a monstrous threat.

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