Big Show Height, Weight, Age, Career, Personal Life

Big Show Height: Paul Donald Wight II is a professional wrestler from America who is also known as Big Show is of height 7 feet and 0 inches, i.e., 2.13m.

The Big Show is a giant among other wrestlers who is also known as the largest athlete in the world. He is currently active on World Wrestling Entertainment as a member of the RAW brand.

Big Show is a former champion of WCW World Heavyweight Championship, WWF/WWE Championship, ECW World Heavyweight Championship, WCW World Tag Team Championship, Intercontinental Championship and so on.

Facts about Big Show

Full Name  Paul Donald Wight II
Ring Name  Big Show
Date of Birth  February 8, 1972
Marital Status  Married with Bess Katramados
Birthplace  Aiken, South Carolina, United States
Ethnicity  White
Profession  Professional Wrestler
Nationality  American
Net Worth  $20 Million
Height  Big Show Height 2.13 m (7 ft 10 in)
Weight  Big Show Weight 383lb (174 kg)
Horoscope  Aquarius

Early Life

Big Show, son of Paul Wight Sr., was born in Aiken, South Carolina, on February 8, 1972.

He was suffered from a disease of the endocrine system called acromegaly. The Show was quicked grown and was 6 feet and 2 inches with a bodyweight of 100 kg during the age of twelve.

Big Show Young
Big Show

Due to his massive weight and enormous height, he had to hire a bus driver for his travel. He had a benefit from his stature and was a better basketball player at Wyman King Academy.

Big Show as a brilliant basketball player, he won the Western Division of the Oklahoma Bi-State Conference and also scored thirty-nine points in his one year at SIUE.

Big Show Height, Weight, Age, and Net Worth

The giant big Show is living his 48th year of age with a bodyweight of 174 kg, i.e., 383 pounds. Big Show height is 7 feet and 0 inches, which is why he is a giant as well the largest athlete.

Big Show is not only a professional wrestler but also a great actor who had appeared on many movies and television shows. The total net worth of Big Show is $20 Million.

Big Show’s Wife Name and Personal Life

The Big Show has married twice till now, whose first wife was Melissa Ann Piavis. The couple got married on February 14, 1997, on the day of valentine.

But unfortunately, the couple got divorced on February 2, 2002, after five years in relation.

Big Show then soon married Bess Katramados only after five days of his first divorce. Show and Katramados have two children.

The Show was once charged with assault that he broked a jaw of Robert Sawyer in a fight at Marriott Hotels & Resorts in Uniondale, New York. He was later released of charge as he was initially abused and threatened by Robert.

Big Show Wrestling Career


Wight to reach his professional career has a long run that started with his friend Hulk Hogan. He used to work at bouncing, bounty hunting, and answering phone calls.

He had his first debut professional match on December 3, 1994, for World Wrestling Association. Big Show was defeated at the debut match by Frank Finnegan, who was WWA Heavyweight Champion.

World Championship Wrestling

The Show was signed on WCW in 1995 with a ring name “The Giant.” He won his debut match on WCW against Hulk Hogan after Hogan got disqualified by his manager, Jimmy Hart.

The Giant participated in World War 3, the sixty-man battle royal, where Sting and Lex Luger eliminated him.

Big Show won the World Heavyweight Championship against Ric Flair after a short feud with Loch Ness.

World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment

Big Show got signed with World Wrestling Federation of ten-year-long contract on February 9, 1999.

He was initially a Paul Wight as a member of Vince McMahon’s stable. Later he changed the name to The Big Show on his WrestleMania match against Mankind.

Big Show lost the match and was disqualified in the process of winning the WWF Championship. Vince McMahon then slapped Show, so he, in return, punched him and turned against McMahon.

He then teamed up with The Undertaker and won WWF Tag Team Championship against X-Pac and Kane.

Big Show won his first singles title of WWF Championship title against Boss Man at Armageddon.

Achievements and Championships

Big Show Champion
Big Show Champion

Pro Wrestling Illustrated

  1. Rookie of the Year in 1996
  2. Wrestler of the Year in 1996
  3. Ranked No.2 in the PWI 500 in 1996

World Championship Wrestling

  1. Twice the winner of WCW World Heavyweight Championship
  2. Thrice the winner of WCW World Tag Team Champion with Lex Luger, Sting and Scott Hall

World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment

  1. Twice the winner of WWF/E Championship
  2. ECW World Championship
  3. Three times the winner of World Heavyweight Championship
  4. Thrice the winner of WWF/E Hardcore Championship
  5. WWE United States Championship
  6. WWE Intercontinental Championship
  7. Three times the winner of WWE Tag Team Championship with Chris Jericho, The Miz, and Kane.
  8. Five times the winner of WWF World Tag Team Championship with The Undertaker (2), Kane, Chris Jericho, and The Miz
  9. Andre the Giant Memorial Trophy in 2015
  10. 24th Triple Crown Champion
  11. Twelveth Grand Slam Champion
  12. Five times the Slammy Awards

Social Media Presence

Facebook: 7.4 Million Followers

Instagram: 1.3 Million Followers

Twitter: 2.5 Million Followers

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