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  Isle of Wight Hotels & Accommodation – Isle of Wight Tourist Information (IOW)
The Isle of Wight is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break, at any time of the year.
Plan your Isle of Wight holiday with the official tourist board guide to accommodation, places to visit, outdoor activities and events on the Isle of Wight.
Alternatively, if you are looking for somewhere to be spoilt then indulge yourself in the Isle of Wight's fine restaurants, art galleries and historic houses.
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 HamTests.co.uk - Mock Amateur Radio Tests - Awarded RSGB Kenwood Trophy 2008
by Paul - Saturday, 26 April 2008, 10:45 PM I will be taking the Advance section offline for a period of time upto Sunday 4th May 2008.
by Paul - Monday, 21 April 2008, 12:26 PM No, it wasn't an April Fool joke when we posted on the 1st April that we were to be awarded the RSGB Kenwood Trophy for “making significant contributions to Training and Development in Amateur Radio within the United Kingdom”.
by Paul - Tuesday, 15 April 2008, 12:38 AM OK so I missed it, but Hamtests.co.uk was 2 years old on 14th April 2008.
hamtests.co.uk   (662 words)

  Aiken Today || The Big Show is coming home
Paul Wight, right, aka "the Big Show," clashes with fellow wrestlers Test, center, and Rob Van Dam during a press conference Monday at the James Brown Arena in Augusta.
Wight had moments of insecurity about his size, but he parlayed his height and athletic ability into success at Wyman King Academy, a small private school in Batesburg-Leesville.
Less than a year after his debut, Wight was an instant superstar in professional wrestling, which at the time was the highest-rated programming on cable television.
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  Paul Wight - Facts, Information, and Encyclopedia Reference article
He also visited Wight's mother and forced her to reveal that Wight's father was a different man, leading Boss Man to refer to him as a "bastard" on every possible occasion (this would later become one of Wight's nicknames, with a piece of WWF merchandise even bearing the slogan "Big Nasty Bastard").
In May 2005 Wight suffered "injured ribs" on the right-hand side of his torso and was temporarily sidelined after Carlito Caribbean Cool's bodyguard Matt Morgan used the F-5 to drive him through the announcers' table (Carlito was displeased by Wight's refusal to become his bodyguard).
Wight had a fight scene against Hulk Hogan in a Thunder in Paradise episode where he was credited as "The Giant Paul Wight".
www.startsurfing.com /encyclopedia/t/h/e/The_Giant_0b06.html   (3166 words)

  Paul Wight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Paul Wight became involved in professional wrestling when Danny Bonaduce introduced him to Hulk Hogan at a charity basketball event in early 1995.
He also visited Wight's mother and forced her to reveal that Wight's father was a different man, leading Boss Man to refer to him as a "bastard" on every possible occasion (this would later become one of Wight's nicknames, with a piece of WWF merchandise even bearing the slogan "Big Nasty Bastard").
Wight was one of eight participants in the 2006 Road to WrestleMania Tournament, the winner of which would receive a shot at the WWE Championship.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Paul_Wight   (4673 words)

 The show must go on: in basketball, professional wrestling and life in general, Paul Wight has had his share of ...
Paul Wight II was born on February 8, 1972, in Aiken, S.C., to Paul, an airplane mechanic, and his wife, Dorothy, a deputy sheriff.
Wight was offered a basketball scholarship his junior year to attend Wyman King Academy, a Christian school located in Batesburg, S.C. There, Wight continued to reap the benefits of countless hours spent on the basketball court During his junior and senior years, Wight averaged 30 points, 20 rebounds, and 11 blocks a game.
Wight was a two-time all conference player for King and led the team to a final four and runner-up finish in the state tournament.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0FCO/is_5_3/ai_81826838   (1072 words)

 PAUL WIGHT : Encyclopedia Entry
Wight joined the Dungeon of Doom, who were at war with Hulk Hogan and his allies, and immediately began a heated feud with Hogan.
He also visited Wight's mother and forced her to reveal that Wight's father was a different man, leading Bossman to taunt him by exclaiming "You're a big nasty bastard, Paul Wight, and your momma said so!".
Wight began feuding with his former manager Shane McMahon after he was shown mocking Wight as slow, stupid and highly suggestible, taunting him with the Tex Avery-inspired taunt of "Which way did he go?".
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 Wight invited to the `Big Show' — again - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Paul Wight can blame his lack of success in WWE on his successful stint with WCW.
Wight didn't seem focused, and the WWF was anything but serious about allowing "The Big Show" to be a legitimate, money-drawing main-eventer given his dubious history.
Wight's probably not going to win, but he's being portrayed as a worthy challenger and someone who, according to his actions, has a more than a legitimate chance at victory.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/tribune-review/sports/s_101575.html   (832 words)

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Wight was not, but it did accelerate a meeting with Bischoff, who signed Wight in March 1995 and assigned him to WCW's training school, "The PowerPlant," in Atlanta.
Wight debuted on WWF programming on February 14, 1999, at the St. Valentine's Day Massacre pay-per-view, throwing Steve Austin against a steel cage with such force that the cage broke.
For a while, Wight was on the track back to his old self, and the WWF rewarded him with the world heavyweight title on November 14, 1999, at Survivor Series in a Triple Threat match against the Rock and Triple H, but it didn't last long.
www.atributetowrestlers.com /the-big-show-article1.html   (2349 words)

 Paul Wight at AllExperts
Wight lost to his opponent, Shawn Michaels, by disqualification after Triple H hit Michaels with a chair, intentionally costing Wight the match and the title shot.
Wight was one of eight participants in the 2006 Road to WrestleMania Tournament, the winner of which would receive a shot at the WWE Championship.
Wight went on to appear at ECW One Night Stand 2006 on June 11, 2006, attacking Tajiri, Super Crazy and the Full Blooded Italians after their tag team match before becoming a regular performer in the brand's weekly show.
en.allexperts.com /e/p/pa/paul_wight.htm   (4326 words)

 Welcome to myfoodcount.com - Measure your Health - Famous Acromegaly Sufferer - Paul Wight Jr. "The Big Show"
Paul Wight, Jr., also known by his ring names, The Giant and (The) Big Show, is an American professional wrestler.
Wight performed as "Big Nasty" Paul White for several weeks (a jab at "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash) and was eventually renamed "The Big Show" Paul Wight and acted as McMahon's bodyguard.
As a result, Wight and Triple H faced Rob Van Dam (the winner of the opposing semi-finals) in a triple threat match to determine the winner of the tournament on the February 20 episode of RAW.
www.myfoodcount.com /healthylife/famous/acromegaly/paul.html   (4861 words)

 Diamond Isle Sculpured Glass, Isle of Wight
Diamond Isle Sculptured Glass is located in the heart of the Isle of Wight at Arreton Barns Craft Village.
Two viewing areas allow you to closely watch molten glass being transformed into beautiful glass sculptures.
Updated the awards page showing the Smart Training Awards for 2008, the Island Life 2007 food and drink awards and the new IOW disability awards for 2007.
www.sculptured-glass.co.uk   (144 words)

 MEDIA: WWE fans adore Paul Wight, ring hero (Wichita [KS] Eagle)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Rusty Eck Ford's showroom was transformed into the Big Show's room for two hours Friday as the World Wrestling Entertainment star signed autographs for a couple thousand fans who lined up around the building.
Paul Wight, a Wichita State basketball player on an 8-20 team in 1991-92, is about as big as an Excursion.
What made Paul Wight so engaging as a Shocker basketball reserve was his outgoing personality.
www.pwbts.com /messages/11539.htm   (711 words)

 Actors - Paul Wight
Wight debuted in WCW during the 1995 Bash At The Beach.
Wight teamed with Ric Flair to defeat Hogan and Savage at the January 23, 1996 Clash of the Champions XXXII, but was decisively beaten by Hogan in a cage match at SuperBrawl.
Wight would join the nWo twenty three days later, citing Ted DiBiase's money as his primary motivation.
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 The Wrestling Oratory: Leaving Its Mark   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wight, at this time was among the top five faces, while facing the nWo at the time.
However, when you take a primary cog as Wight was for the face contingent the nWo's primary adversaries and inserts him into a lesser role of the opposing heel faction’s team he won't be taken seriously.
Wight probably felt depressed after the affects of gaining the extra weight, and I hope he could alter it in the future.
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 Raw Is War
McMahon first announced Paul Wight’s new name, the "Big Show." He then proclaimed that Undertaker was still in jail and that his future would be as a poltergeist.
He told The Rock that Paul Wight may not be as smart as they are, but he was a valuable member of the Corporation.
Wight and The Rock seemed to be able to keep their egos and check and work together as a team.
members.fortunecity.com /therock_wwf/raw.htm   (1953 words)

 Sam's Corporate Column   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Paul Wight is the newest member of Team Corporate.
Paul Wight was in the WCW as the Giant.
Paul Wight made his WWF debut at St. Valentine's Massacre.
www.pressenter.com /~leitchag/ryan/sam.htm   (94 words)

 The Big Show
Paul Wight's career in professional wrestling has gone the way of a rollercoaster, starting at the top, then continuously moving up and down, usually with incredible heights and startling drops.
Wight only spent a short time with the Powerplant, as Hogan later mentioned in his autobiography that they didn't want Wight to become a great mat wrestler; he was meant to simply be a Giant, similar to Andre, Hogan's passed-on friend.
Paul Wight's next major feud came to be when his father apparently died, causing great heartache for the ex-giant (it was actually an angle, as Wight's father had been gone for years).
www.accelerator3359.com /Wrestling/bios/bigshow.html   (24518 words)

 A New Show Debuts - television personality Paul Wight, a.k.a. "the Big Show" Wrestling Digest - Find Articles
Just ask Paul Wight, who after standing on top of the tallest peak, made the long, unenviable descent into the deepest valleys.
In the business for six years, Wight has been both WWF and WCW heavyweight champion, yet somehow he started out on the wrong foot and has been paying for it since, culminating in his demotion a year ago.
Wight steadfastly denies saying the slur, and the incident was one big misunderstanding.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m0FCO/is_3_3/ai_78264740   (1007 words)

 Paul Wight information - Search.com
Wight is currently wrestling on the RAW brand of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
On the April 24, 2006 edition of RAW, Wight was attacked by Kane after Wight mentioned the date 'May 19'.
Wight has numerous tattoos, including a tiger on his right biceps and his wife's name on the back of his neck.
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 No cottage on the Isle of Wight as Paul hits 64 | www.azstarnet.com ®
"Paul McCartney wrote the song when he was 16, and you know when you're a teenager you don't think 64 is ever going to happen to you," noted Ann Stevens, who hosts "Breakfast With the Beatles Show," a Sunday morning radio program in Dayton.
Maureen Starkey had been divorced from Ringo Starr, but he stayed by her bedside when she died of leukemia in 1995.
When the teenage Paul penned "When I'm 64," he could never have foreseen the media firestorm when he actually reached the milestone.
www.azstarnet.com /allheadlines/133930   (479 words)

 bigshowofbtg - Paul Wight - Pictures   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He's so awesome to me, always sticks up for me, spoils me...I don't know what I did to deserve him as a friend, but I won't complain.
"Paul's been with the company for a long time, and he's done some excellent work for us.
"Paul came along when I least expected it and has been the best thing to ever happen to me. I'm a lucky man to be loved by somebody as wonderful as he is."
www.greatestjournal.com /userinfo.bml?user=bigshowofbtg   (350 words)

 SLAM! Wrestling Guest Column
Ok, so granted that Paul Wight is not being given the best dialogue to work with in the world.
Paul Wight is in a bad place, being big, but not as big a name as he was before.
Paul Wight is better than the storylines he's been given.
www.canoe.ca /SlamWrestlingGuestColumn/jan21_dec.html   (976 words)

Wight emerged through the ring, and tossed Austin into the fencing, landing the "rattlesnake" on the arena floor for the victory.
- At Backlash 2000 in Washington, D.C., Wight, dressed as Hulk Hogan, and defeated Kurt Angle.
- In the summer of 2000, the WWF assigned Wight to Ohio Valley Wrestling for conditioning.
www.gerweck.net /paulwight.htm   (979 words)

 Paul Wight Multimedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Paul Wight tore into the World Wrestling Federation—literally.
Since then Wight has proved that his big debut wasn’t a fluke.
Wight, still in his 20s, has had such an amazing impact in only a few months.
www.angelfire.com /biz3/wwfnewsrumors/wight.html   (137 words)

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