According to the WWE, as of June 2014, superstar wrestler Big Show weighs 425 pounds. Standing 7 feet tall, Big Show uses his incredible size and strength to execute his signature moves, which are the choke slam and the colossal clutch.
Big Show was born Paul Donald Wight on Feb. 8, 1972, in Aiken, S.C. Trained as a wrestler by Larry Sharpe, he made his debut in WCW, where he was known as The Giant. He wrestled against several WCW superstars, including Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage, before joining the WWE, which was then the WWF, in 1999. That year, Big Show won the WWF Championship Belt in a three-way match against Triple H and The Rock at Survivor Series.