10. Rikishi (6’1″, 425 lbs)
Rikishi, whose real name is Solofa Fatu Jr., is a member of the famous Anoa’i wrestling family, which includes The Rock, Roman Reigns, The Usos, and many more.
He debuted in WWE in 1992 as Fatu, one half of the tag team The Headshrinkers, who won the WWF Tag Team Championship in 1994.
He later changed his gimmick to The Sultan, a masked wrestler who was managed by The Iron Sheik and Bob Backlund.
However, he achieved his greatest success and popularity as Rikishi, a sumo-inspired wrestler who wore a thong and performed the Stink Face, a move where he rubbed his buttocks on his opponent’s face.
Rikishi was a fan favorite during the Attitude Era and formed a tag team with Scotty 2 Hotty and Grand Master Sexay, known as Too Cool. They won the WWF Tag Team Championship in 2000.
Rikishi also had a brief main event run, when he revealed that he was the driver who ran over Stone Cold Steve Austin at Survivor Series 1999 and aligned himself with Triple H and Kurt Angle.
He challenged The Rock for the WWF Championship at No Mercy 2000 but lost.
Rikishi is a one-time Intercontinental Champion, a two-time Tag Team Champion, and a one-time World Tag Team Champion.
He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015 by his sons, The Usos. Rikishi is one of the heaviest wrestlers in WWE history, weighing 425 lbs at his peak.
He is also one of the most agile and athletic big men, as he could perform high-flying moves such as the Banzai Drop and the Superfly Splash.
He is widely regarded as one of the most entertaining and charismatic wrestlers of all time.
9. Abyss (6’8″, 350 lbs)
Abyss, real name Christopher Parks, was a TNA legend for 17 years. He started as Justice, a masked contender for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship in 2002.
He soon became Abyss, a fearsome and cruel wrestler inspired by Kane and Mankind. He wore a black mask and outfit and used thumbtacks as his signature weapon. His catchphrase was “Oh, my God!”
Abyss clashed with TNA’s top stars, such as AJ Styles, Sting, Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, and Samoa Joe.
He also had a kayfabe brother, Joseph Park, who was actually Abyss with a different look.
Abyss was a hardcore specialist and participated in some of the most extreme matches in TNA history, such as Monster’s Ball, Barbed Wire Massacre, Full Metal Mayhem, and Lethal Lockdown.
Abyss briefly worked as a producer for WWE in 2018. He is a former NWA World Heavyweight, X Division, Television, and World Tag Team Champion. He is the fourth TNA Triple Crown and the second TNA Grand Slam Champion.
He was inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame in 2018. Abyss is one of the biggest and best wrestlers in TNA history, standing at 6’8″ and weighing 350 lbs.
8. Viscera (6’9″, 500 lbs)
Viscera, real name Nelson Frazier Jr., had many different personas in WWE. He started as Mabel, a tag team champion with Men on a Mission in 1994.
He became King Mabel after winning the King of the Ring in 1995. He fought Diesel for the WWF Championship but lost.
He left WWE in 1996 and came back in 1998 as Viscera, a follower of The Undertaker in the Ministry of Darkness. He wore a black leather outfit and white contact lenses and was The Undertaker’s enforcer. Viscera was a strong and scary wrestler, who used his massive size to dominate his opponents. He battled with The Big Show, Kane, and The Acolytes.
He left WWE in 2000 and returned in 2004 to Raw. He became Big Daddy V, a villain who was managed by Matt Striker.
He joined ECW in 2007 and clashed with CM Punk, Kane, and Mark Henry. He left WWE in 2008 and wrestled in the NWA until he died in 2014.
Viscera was a WWF Tag Team, Hardcore, and King of the Ring Champion. He also won the 2005 Slammy Award for Best Love Machine, for his funny and flirty gimmick as the World’s Largest Love Machine. Viscera was one of the heaviest wrestlers in WWE history, weighing 500 lbs at his peak.
7. Omos (7’3″, 406 lbs)
Omos, real name Jordan Omogbehin, is a new and huge WWE star who has made a big impact in his short career.
He joined WWE in 2019 as an NXT security guard and wrestler. He moved to Raw in 2020 as AJ Styles’ bodyguard.
He wore a black suit and sunglasses and towered over everyone. He intimidated and attacked anyone who crossed him.
Omos had his first match at WrestleMania 37, where he and AJ Styles beat The New Day for the Raw Tag Team Championship.
He amazed the fans and critics with his strength, agility, and charisma.
He crushed The New Day and pinned Kofi Kingston with one foot. He and AJ Styles were the first to win the titles in their first match.
Omos has defended the titles against The Viking Raiders and faced other big men, such as Braun Strowman, Drew McIntyre, and Bobby Lashley.
Omos is currently the tallest wrestler in WWE, standing at 7’3″.
He is also one of the best big men, as he can move, jump, and strike well and is highly regarded as one of the most promising and potential wrestlers of present generation.
6. Big Show (7’0″, 441 lbs)
Big Show, whose real name is Paul Wight, is one of the most legendary and accomplished wrestlers of all time, who has had a long and illustrious career in WWE.
He debuted in WWE in 1999 as The Big Show, after jumping ship from WCW, where he was known as The Giant.
He was introduced as Vince McMahon’s secret weapon and challenged Stone Cold Steve Austin for the WWF Championship at St. Valentine’s Day Massacre, but lost.
He later turned face and won his first WWF Championship by defeating Triple H and The Rock at Survivor Series 1999.
He formed a tag team with The Undertaker, known as The Unholy Alliance, but they did not win the WWF Tag Team Championship.
5. Earthquake (6’7″, 468 lbs)
John Tenta, known as Earthquake in WWE, was a formidable wrestler in the early 1990s.
He joined WWE in 1989 as a fan who attacked The Ultimate Warrior and became Earthquake, a follower of Jimmy Hart.
‘The Earthquake’ wore a blue and gray singlet and had a Japanese flag tattoo, as he was a former sumo wrestler.
He was known for his Earthquake Splash and feuded with WWE’s top stars, such as Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts, Randy Savage, and Bret Hart. He also teamed up with Typhoon as The Natural Disasters and won the WWF Tag Team Championship in 1992.
He later turned good and fought with The Beverly Brothers, Money Inc., and Yokozuna.
He left WWE in 1994 and came back in 1998 as Golga, a masked Oddity and once again left WWE in 1999 and wrestled in Japan and the Indies until he died in 2006.
Earthquake was a WWF Tag Team and Sumo Wrestling Champion. He also won the 1991 Slammy Award for Biggest Rat.
Earthquake was one of the biggest wrestlers in WWE history, weighing 468 lbs. He died of bladder cancer at the age of 42.
4. King Kong Bundy (6’4″, 458 lbs)
King Kong Bundy was a WWE wrestler in the mid-1980s, known for his bald-headed and intimidating persona.
He joined WWE in 1985 as King Kong Bundy, a vicious villain who was managed by Bobby Heenan.
He wore a black singlet and had a shaved head and eyebrows. He asked the referee to count to five when he pinned his opponents, to show his dominance.
He finished his opponents with his Atlantic City Avalanche.
King Kong Bundy fought with WWE’s top stars, such as Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan, and The Undertaker.
He lost to Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship in a steel cage match at WrestleMania 2.
He also lost to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 11 and after some time, left WWE in 1988 and came back in 1994 as a member of Ted DiBiase’s Million Dollar Corporation.
He left WWE in 1995 and wrestled in the Indies until he retired in 2007. He died in 2019.
He was the first to face The Undertaker at WrestleMania, and the first to kick out of his Tombstone Piledriver.
King Kong Bundy was one of the largest wrestlers in WWE history, weighing 458 lbs.
3. Vader (6’5″, 450 lbs)
Weighing 450 lbs Vader was a legendary and influential wrestler in WWE, WCW, and Japan, who had an amazing and impressive career in the late 1980s and 1990s.
He joined WWE in 1996 as Vader, a fierce villain who was managed by Jim Cornette.
He wore a red and black mask and outfit and had a smoke effect from his mask.
He finished his opponents with his Vader Bomb. Vader fought with WWE’s top stars, such as Shawn Michaels, The Undertaker, Bret Hart, and Kane. He lost to Shawn Michaels for the WWF Championship at SummerSlam 1996.
He also lost to The Undertaker at Royal Rumble 1997. He left WWE in 1998 and returned to Japan, where he had a great career.
He also won three WCW World Heavyweight Championships and one WCW United States Heavyweight Championship.
He died in 2018. He was the first to win the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the IWGP Heavyweight Championship.
2. Andre the Giant (7’4″, 540 lbs)
Andre the Giant, or Andre Roussimoff, was a giant and iconic WWE wrestler in the 1970s and 1980s.
He joined WWE in 1973 as Andre the Giant, a kind and popular giant who the fans adored.
He wore a black singlet and had long curly hair and a beard and finished his opponents with his Giant Splash, where he would fall on their chest.
Andre the Giant was a strong and unbeatable wrestler, who never lost for 15 years in WWE.
He battled with WWE’s top stars, such as Hulk Hogan, Big John Studd, King Kong Bundy, and Jake Roberts.
He also teamed up with Haku as The Colossal Connection and won the WWF Tag Team Championship in 1989. He turned bad in 1987, and fought Hulk Hogan for the WWF Championship at WrestleMania III, in one of the most epic and historic matches ever.
He lost the match, but later stole the title from Hogan on The Main Event in 1988, with the help of Ted DiBiase and Earl Hebner.
He then sold the title to DiBiase, but the title was taken away by Jack Tunney.
Andre left WWE in 1991 and died in 1993 but was also the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1993.
Andre the Giant was the biggest wrestler in WWE ever, weighing 540 lbs.
He was also one of the most powerful and legendary big men, as he could lift and slam his opponents with ease.
1. Yokozuna (6’4″, 600 lbs)
Yokozuna, or Rodney Anoa’i, was an enormous and scary big WWE wrestler in the early 1990s.
He joined WWE in 1992 as Yokozuna, a sumo-like villain who was managed by Mr. Fuji.
He wore a red and black mawashi and had a Japanese flag on his arm. He finished his opponents with his Banzai Drop, where he would sit on their chest.
Yokozuna was a strong and unbeatable wrestler, who won the 1993 Royal Rumble match and fought Bret Hart for the WWF Championship at WrestleMania IX.
He stole the title but lost it to Hulk Hogan in a surprise match. He took back the title from Hogan at King of the Ring 1993 and kept it against Lex Luger, The Undertaker, and Bret Hart.
He lost the title to Bret Hart at WrestleMania X, in a match where Roddy Piper was the special referee.
He later turned good and battled with Owen Hart, The British Bulldog, and Vader. He left WWE in 1996 and died in 2000.
Yokozuna was a two-time WWF Champion and a two-time WWF Tag Team Champion.
He also won the 1993 Royal Rumble match and the 1994 Slammy Award for Biggest and Baddest.
Yokozuna was the heaviest wrestler in WWE history, weighing 600 lbs.