Reminiscent of legendary goliaths like Andre the Giant, Big Show is a feared competitor who will intimidate opponents with his size and stare alone.
The World’s Largest Athlete’s measurements are astounding. He weighs 383 pounds, wears a 22 EEEEE size shoe and boasts a 64-inch chest. It’s no surprise, then, that his in-ring debut in 1995 left a crater-sized impression in WCW after he defeated Hulk Hogan for the WCW World Championship.
From the moment he stomped into WWE in 1999, he ripped through the competition to amass a giant collection of titles, including the WWE Championship.
With accolades that stretch as far as his gigantic reach, Big Show is one of the most decorated and feared Superstars to ever step foot inside the squared circle. He is the first Superstar to capture the WWE, WCW and ECW Championships and won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 31.
Still knocking heads more than two decades after his in-ring debut, Big Show remains a monstrous threat. Best of luck to anyone who crosses his path.
Throughout Universe Mode
On Smackdown Live Episode 46, Big Show returned to interrupt and challenge Seth Rollins for a shot at the US Title but "The Architect" denied the challenge after ripping into Show, infuriating "The World's Largest Athlete". On Smackdown Live Episode 47, Still feeling the sting of Rollins' disrespectful words one week prior, Big Show surprised "The Architect" with a knockout punch before slamming Rollins thru the announce table at ringside, sending the message that he will respect the legends that paved the way. On Smackdown Episode 51, Big Show came up short in the first round of the King of the Ring Tournament, losing to Braun Strowman after suffering 2 running powerslams.
Championships & Accomplishments