The Big Show has been with the WWE since 1999 and has been wrestling since 1995 so it shouldn't be too surprising that he feels that his career is heading towards the sunset. He has no ill will towards anyone though and sends out good vibes to the many talented young men and women who have started on their paths to superstardom. You can read the entire ESPN interview here.
I’m not going to go out and try to be a world champion or have some kind of dominating title run. I’ve had those years, I’ve done that. I understand this is a new era and there’s a new changing of the guard. I know I still have some time left on this contract. It depends on how my role is going to change. WWE is home, it’s a family. I’ll always be a part of this as long as I can contribute in some positive way. But I know there’s a time when the sun sets on everything.