Wrestling News World reader DJ Quicksilver Tweeted me details of a confrontation with The Big Show on Monday morning in Columbus, Ohio (the host city of this week's Monday Night Raw).
According to Tweets made by Quicksilver on Twitter, Big Show became enraged and shouted obscenities after DJ informed his tour bus driver of sleeping regulations at a property that he secures. Apparently, Show was upset because he claimed the windows of his bus were dented because of Quicksilver knocking on them.
The following is from Twitter:
While it’s important to remember there are two sides to every story, Big Show is no stranger to controversy. Former WWE employee Andrew Green filed a lawsuit against WWE and Big Show over a backstage incident at Royal Rumble 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona. Interestingly enough, this alleged incident featured Show "shouting obscenities" and also making physical threats.
In that lawsuit, Green claimed he was unable to continue working for WWE because he was uncomfortable working around Big Show and other wrestlers. You can read more about that at this link.