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During this time, Wight – now known as The Big Show – eventually gained a lot of fat, and started to decline in health. Big Show actually was sent to WWE’s then-developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling, to lose weight and work on his in-ring skills. “My highest was 537 [pounds],” Big Show told Conan O’Brien. “I got down to ...


Giant or Big Show, Paul Donald Wight is not nearly as big as he used to be. For more than a year, the 46-year-old wrestler has been on a dogged weight loss journey.


Early life. Paul Donald Wight II was born on February 8, 1972 in Aiken, South Carolina.Wight used to have acromegaly, a disease of the endocrine system. By the age of twelve, Wight was 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) tall, weighed 220 lb (100 kg), and had chest hair.In 1991, as a member of the Wichita State University basketball team at age nineteen, Wight was listed at 7 ft 1 in (2.16 m).


Secrets behind Big Show’s dramatic weight loss. ... stemmed from a tumour that formed on his pituitary gland during childhood — and the 45-year-old, whose real name is Paul Wight, decided ...


Big Show, who is also known as Paul Wight, has been away from the ring since November 2018. The 7-foot WWE superstar has been recovering from his hamstring injury and hip surgery, but that doesn't mean that he has simply been sitting idle at home. Instead, Big Show has been grinding in the gym to get in tip-top shape, and the results have been staggering.


A post shared by “The Big Show” Paul Wight (@wwethebigshow) on Feb 15, 2017 at 9:38am PST “Right now my schedule’s pretty light, but if I’m home three days, I train every day. If I’m ...


Paul Donald Wight II is better known as the WWE's villain-turned-hero The Big Show. But the 7ft 'giant' is on a mission to get a little smaller - shedding 70lbs and toning up. Here's how he did it.


1.4m Followers, 314 Following, 100 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from “The Big Show” Paul Wight (@wwethebigshow)


The Big Show’s body didn’t look perfect once he started to lose weight. Fat came off in weird places, like his upper shoulders, thighs, and butt. ... — “The Big Show” Paul Wight ...


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