WWE: Who are the tallest superstars of all-time?
WWE entertains its fans with the best form of pro-wrestling. It is mostly the plot, coupled with the star's in-ring performance, which plays a crucial role. While there are various types of superstars, over the years, the WWE has seen a number of wrestlers who are extremely tall, and their giant persona mesmerizes the fans. Here we look at the tallest stars of all-time.
A 7'1" tall giant form India
We start the list with a popular WWE giant known by the name of The Great Khali. He hails from Punjab in India, while his official height is 7'1". It is this very height, coupled with his raw strength, that terrorized other superstars. Everyone remembers his debut, where he destroyed The Undertaker and thereby became a major force in WWE.
An unconvincing 7'2" giant from Brazil
He was certainly not among the most popular giant wrestlers, but nevertheless, he finds his name here. With a height of 7'2", Giant Silva was extremely tall. However, his lack of in-ring skills, inability to cut a proper promo and his bizarre persona did not let him win over the fans. In 2014, he was named the sixth tallest wrestler in pro-wrestling.
A rising 7'3" sensation
He might be popular as a basketball player, but Jordan Omogbehin is the newest giant to have joined WWE. He is currently plying his trades with NXT. While he has been training since 2018 to be ready for proper in-ring competition, it is his height that would force WWE to give him a huge push. How about being a Paul Heyman guy?
The legendary 7'4" giant who revolutionized WWE
Andre The Giant certainly remains as one of the legendary giant wrestlers of all-time. Termed 'The Eighth Wonder Of The World', Andre was WWE's top asset during his tenure, courtesy of his giant size as he was 7'4" tall. Due to his contribution, WWE inducted him into the Hall of Fame. Ironically, he had a troubled real-life, courtesy his size.
An 8'0" Argentine giant of all giants
And, we come down to the giant of all giants, as superstar Giant Gonzalez leads this special list. Standing at eight-feet tall, he made his WWE debut in 1993 and went after The Undertaker. However, he lacked a proper physique to perform inside the ring. Further, his introduction soon after the demise of Andre impacted his career negatively.Share this timeline