Throughout history, the wrestling industry has seen countless amounts of personalities compete over the years, which includes sizes from one extreme to the other. There are many different body types that get into the ring: cruiserweights, heavyweights, muscle men… and then there are the heaviest men: the giants.
The giant men in WWE history have played a significant role, as they serve as an attraction for fans to come see super-humans entertain them.
How these colossal individuals are able to navigate a ring and move around as much as they do is questionable. One thing to know about giant wrestlers, however, is they tend not to live long, most tending to pass away before they reach their fifties.
Who exactly are the heaviest wrestlers to ever step into the WWE‘s squared circle? Take a look at ten heaviest wrestlers in WWE history.