WWE Big Show, Real Name, Height, Weight, Age, & Career
Big Show is an American professional wrestler and actor, He is currently signed to WWE on the Raw brand. where he was known by the ring name The Giant. He is currently inactive due to a hip injury.
What is the real name of Big Show?
Real Name: Paul Wight
Nick Names: Big Nasty Bastard, The Giant Big Show, The Big Showbowski, The World’s Largest Athlete
Profession: Professional Wrestler, Actor
What is the Height and Weight of Big Show?
Billed height: 7 ft 0 in
Billed weight: 383 lb or 174 kg
What is the Age of Big Show?
Date of Birth: 8 February 1972
Birthplace: Aiken, South Carolina, United States
Net Worth: $20 Million
Everything you need to Know about Big Show
Big Show began his career in World Championship Wrestling, where he was known by the ring name The Giant.
He is a seven-time world champion, 2-time WCW World Heavyweight Championship, 2 times WWE Championship, 2 time WWE’s World Heavyweight Championship and one-time ECW World Heavyweight Championship.
Paul Wight is also 11-time world tag team champion and WCW World Tag Team Championships multiple times with various tag team partners.
He is also Multiple times Intercontinental and United States Champion, he is the 24th Triple Crown and 12th Grand Slam winner in WWE history.
Paul Wight has headlined multiple pay-per-view events for WWE, including the 2000 plus WWE’s premier annual event, Including WrestleMania. In 2010, he had his first lead role in the comedy film Knucklehead, which was produced by WWE Studios.
Big Show Early Life
He worked various jobs including bouncing, bounty hunting, and answering phone calls. he met Danny Bonaduce in a live microphone amateur contest on his morning radio show.
They had a basketball game, as part of a World Championship Wrestling promotion for an upcoming show at the Rosemont Horizon.
He went to the Horizon show, where he met Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, and Paul Orndorff. He later met Bischoff there and came to a deal.
Wight had inquired about joining the WWE, during an autograph session. Bob Collins turned him away after he admitted he had no experience. He was only very minimally trained. While there, he made an audition tape and gave it to Mike Chioda. Chioda forwarded it to Pat Patterson, who did not bother watching it because he assumed Wight was another wrestler, Kurrgan.