Today we will tell you about some of the tallest Esport Articles wrestlers in WWE, whose height is very tall, including the names of many wrestlers such as Braun Strowman, Big Cass, Kane, Undertaker, Big Show, Viscera, Mark Henry, etc. But you know who was the longest in the history of this company. If not, then let’s know.
1. Giant Gonzalez – 8 feet
This is a wrestler from the 90s whose real name was Jorge Gonzales and he lived in Argentina. By the way, a professional basketball player and also used to act together. He was the longest wrestler of this company. Giant Gonzalez is officially the tallest WWE Esports wrestler ever. He got involved in wrestling with WWF (old name of WWE) for only 7 months.
Gonzalez made his debut in 1993 at the Royal Rumble event. He was 8 feet tall but was originally 7’7″ tall. Argent was a part of WWE for less than a year. During that period he had a feud with The Undertaker.
They had two heated matches at Zzz’s Esports WrestleMania I and SummerSlam in 1993. He left WWE in the same year. González died in Argentina in 2010.
2. André the Giant – 7 ft 4 in
Andre the Giant was considered one of the most famous and longest wrestlers in wrestling history, he was a resident of France. Its full name was André René Roussimoff. After some time there was some disturbance in these hormones and it remained for a long time. Its people also started calling the country the eighth wonder.
Andre the Giant is one of the most famous Esports wrestlers in the pro-wrestling world. He will always be known as the first “Legendary” of wrestling. The French star made his debut with the WWF in 1973. He was billed as a “special attraction”.
He was a part of the first Esports WrestleMania and had several high-profile feuds in his career. André the Giant’s WrestleMania III match against Hulk Hogan is still considered one of the best. Andre left the WWF in 1991 and retired a year later. He died in France in 1993 at the age of 46.
3. French Esports wrestler who feuded with Hulk Hogan 7.4 Inch
7.4 long feet and Giant, who made his wrestling debut in 1966, had to face a lot of problems since childhood due to excess of authorized hormones.
His line and body were also the results of excess hormones.
Andre was the first Esports wrestler to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 1993. He became very famous with Hulk Hogan, but he died at the age of just 46.
4. Omos a Nigerian 7″3 inches
Omos is a Nigerian-American wrestler who currently works in WWE. He made his debut in 2020 and has been a part of the roster ever since. In his brief career, Olmos has partnered with veteran Esports wrestler AJ Styles.
Together they have dominated the tag team division and even managed to win the Raw Tag Team Titles once. He is 7’3″ tall and can carve out a wonderful career for himself in the near future.
5. Giant Silva – 7 ft 2 in
Paul César de Silva, better known as Giant Silva, is also a member of the Filter’s national basketball team. The third number in creation comes in history.
6. The Great Khali – 7 ft 1 in
India’s Dilip Singh Rana Guarantee known by the name of The Great Khali, entered the world of wrestling in the year 2006. He made his first debut against Undertaker. For your information, let us tell you that Dilip Singh Rana sometimes becomes a part of the police.
He was very popular in his early days and scored important victories over Undertaker and Rey Mysterio. She also became India’s first World Heavyweight Champion. He was in WWE till 2014 before leaving. He later made a few appearances.
7. Dilsher Shanki 7″1 Inch Indian Wrestler
Dilsher Shanky is another WWE wrestler who belongs to India. Standing at 7’1″, I count the world’s 10 tallest.
Apart from WWE, he has a career in many wrestling sports. He cuts a stunning figure. He signed with WWE in 2020 and wrestled for the first time in 2021 at the ‘Superstar Spectacle Event’.
Currently, he teams up with Jinder Palace and performs on WWE’s SmackDown brand.
8. The Big Show 7 ft
The “World’s Biggest Ath” is officially the 7th biggest wrestler in WWE. Big The Show made his WWF debut in 1999. they’ve had a lot over the years.
Huge rivalries with wrestlers include John Cena, The Undertaker, Randy Orton, Edge, and others.
Big Show was always considered the successor to The Giant. His most notable fight came at WrestleMania 24 when he faced Floyd Mayweather.
He left the company in 2021 and is currently working with AEW.
9. Ken 7 foot
The Big Red Pepper Kane is one of the most recognizable Superstars in WWE. He first made his debut in 1995 alongside other individuals. The “Ken” character debuted in 1997 and immediately rose to celebration.
Kane traveled with Undertaker and the two men regularly feuded with each other. They would also continue to be a tag team named “The Brothers of Destruction”. Kane last wrestled in 2021 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
10. Undertaker 6″ 8 inches
The Deadman is officially the 10th tallest wrestler to ever step foot in a WWE ring. He made his debut in 1999 at the Survivor Series pay-per-view as a part of Ted DiBiase’s team. Since then he has left a lasting legacy.
From this Wrestlemania streak to his championship reign, every part of The Undertaker’s career was a journey to remember. He officially retired from WWE in 2020.