Shaq Walks Out At Wrestlemania 32 To Desiigner's "Panda"

Posted by , Apr 4, 2016 at 09:30am

Shaq faced off against The Big Show in a surprise appearance at Wrestlemania 32.


Just days after Adrien Broner walked into the arena flanked by Desiigner, enthusiastically rapping his break-out single "Panda," Shaq ran out to the sounds of "Panda" in a surprise appearance at Sunday night's Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas.

100,000 wrestling diehards roared as Shaq entered the fray for the 3rd annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale. He engaged The Big Show in a staredown. The Big Show stands at 7'0" and officially weighs 441 pounds, but he looked like a child next to Shaq Diesel, who hosted Monday Night Raw seven years ago. The two teamed up to get Kane with the double choke slam, but Shaq ultimately made an early exit from the ring. Don't get it twisted -- this was not the end of the Shaq-Big Show rivalry. It was just the beginning.

"We got double teamed, quadruple-teamed," he said in a post-match interview," but hopefully we can bring it back to Dallas in Shaq verse Big Show." As he made his way from the interview to the locker room, he delivered an ultimatum to the camera: "Coming for you, Big Show."

Also of note from last night -- Snoop Dogg became the first musician ever to get inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

Shaq faced off against The Big Show in a surprise appearance at Wrestlemania 32.

Just days after Adrien Broner walked into the arena flanked by Desiigner, enthusiastically rapping his break-out single "Panda," Shaq ran out to the sounds of "Panda" in a surprise appearance at Sunday night's Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas.

100,000 wrestling diehards roared as Shaq entered the fray for the 3rd annual Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale. He engaged The Big Show in a staredown. The Big Show stands at 7'0" and officially weighs 441 pounds, but he looked like a child next to Shaq Diesel, who hosted Monday Night Raw seven years ago. The two teamed up to get Kane with the double choke slam, but Shaq ultimately made an early exit from the ring. Don't get it twisted -- this was not the end of the Shaq-Big Show rivalry. It was just the beginning.

"We got double teamed, quadruple-teamed," he said in a post-match interview," but hopefully we can bring it back to Dallas in Shaq verse Big Show." As he made his way from the interview to the locker room, he delivered an ultimatum to the camera: "Coming for you, Big Show."

Also of note from last night -- Snoop Dogg became the first musician ever to get inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

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