Largest Wrestlers in WWE History
Big John Studd
A basketball star in his youth, Big John Studd entered professional wrestling under the tutelage of fellow giant Killer Kowalski in the mid70s. A legitimate 7foot1, Studd had the mass of an NFL linebacker with hands like baked hams. This size would help the Los Angeles native in his many battles against Andre the Giant throughout the mid80s. The crowning moment of Studds career, however, came in 1989 when he won the secondever Royal Rumble Match. This huge win was one of the many reasons the enormous grappler was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2004.