Top 10 Fattest WWE Superstars

When you think of the way wrestlers used to look back in the 1980s and early 90s, then you would think that the ideal size for a wrestler was around 300 lbs.

The WWE likes to have some of the biggest wrestlers in the world as part of their roster because they are good at playing the bad guy and make it a lot easier to build up an underdog.

We’re talking about Superstars like Big Show who is billed as the “World’s Largest Athlete” or The World’s Strongest Man Mark Henry, who weighs around 400 lbs.

These wrestlers are classed as the heavyweights of the business and while they are not the most attractive superstars to look at, they have as much of a right to be practicing their craft inside the squared circle as many of the crafted bodies of today’s generation.

The Royal Rumble alone up to 2014 prides itself on having seen 208,993 lbs inside the match, which is an astronomical amount of weight for a match that had only been presented 27 times at that point.

The following is a list compiled of some of the biggest wrestlers to step through those WWE ropes and make a name for themselves inside WWE’s industry.

10. Bam Bam Bigelow

Bigelow had a wrestling career that spanned more than 21 years before his untimely death in 2007, where he worked with many wrestling promotions including ECW and WCW, but it is his time in WWE that is in focus here.

Bigelow tipped the scales at 390 lbs whilst standing at 6 ft 4 inches and became known by the nickname “The Beast from the East.”

Bigelow had two stints in WWE but is better remembered for his second run where he was a finalist in the 1993 King of the Ring tournament, eventually losing out to Bret “The Hitman” Hart.