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8. Brodus Clay
John Tenta, commonly known as Earthquake, weighed 468 pounds and was 6 feet 7 inches tall during his brief WWE career.
He was also known as Avalanche at the end of his wrestling career before he died of bladder cancer at the age of 42 in June 2006.
Bigelow had a wrestling career spanning more than 21 years before his tragic death in 2007. During that time, he performed for a variety of firms, including ECW and WCW, but it is his time with WWE that is being featured today.
The epithet "The Beast from the East." was given to Bigelow, who weighed 390 pounds and was 6 feet 4 inches tall.
5. Dusty Rhodes
Dusty weighed around 275 pounds at his peak in professional wrestling, but he was never defined by his weight because he was one of the happiest superstars who attracted wrestling fans and propelled himself to fame.
He's also a WWE Hall of Famer, and after his unexpected death in 2015, WWE dedicated an entire tag team tournament to him as a gesture of thanks.
4. Mark Henry
Mark Henry is still known as "The World's Strongest Man." despite the fact that he only won the title in 2002.
With a weight of nearly 400 pounds, he is one of the company's heaviest superstars.
Henry is a two-time Olympian and a two-time WWE World Champion, having won the ECW Championship in 2008 and the World Heavyweight Championship in 2011.
Mark Henry comes from a family of giants, and he appears to have followed in their footsteps, standing at 6 feet 4 inches tall.
The legendary Anoa'i family's "The Samoan Bulldozer," is perhaps best known for his role in WrestleMania 23's Battle of the Billionaires, which he actually lost. During his brief tenure, Umaga weighed in on a number of issues.
He weighed 350 pounds and was 6 feet 4 inches tall, making him one of WWE's most powerful forces.
Umaga died in 2009 after a heart attack, which was later determined to be the cause of his death.
2. King Kong Bundy
The 458-pound King Kong Bundy is best remembered for his achievements in WWE during the 1980s and 1990s.
During WrestleMania II, he fought Hulk Hogan in a steel cage for the WWE Championship. Before that, he was the fourth person to lose to The Undertaker at WrestleMania.
Bundy failed to win any belts during his two brief trips to the WWE, but he is remembered for his intimidating height and physical presence.
1. Big Daddy V/Viscera
A lot of people in WWE at the time called him Mabel. Viscera weighed 568 pounds when he was younger.
Mabel is best known for winning the 1995 King of the Ring tournament and then going on to headline SummerSlam the following year. After leaving WWE, he came back as Viscera.
Viscera, who stood at 6 feet 9 inches tall, was also one of WWE's tallest wrestlers. Viscera passed away from a heart attack in 2014, three days before his 43rd birthday.
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