3 largest monsters in modern WWE history
Size has its advantages when it comes to professional sports. In the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), different wrestlers have made their names in the arena for various reasons. It could be their physique, talent or persona. Even gimmicks such as The Brood's Vampire-Gothic or The Undertaker's supernatural antics made them stand out.
Others have been known to literally tower above the rest and show great fits of strength. These wrestlers are renowned giants in the WWE. With a combination of height, size and strength, they have used it to obliterate opponents on many occasions. It has not been surprising to see squash matches when these guys are involved.
#3 Braun Strowman
He is billed at 6 ft 8 and weighs over 380 pounds. Strowman calls himself 'the Monster Among Men' and has the results to show for it. He has been responsible for some of the most epic WWE scenes in modern sports entertainment. He is known for showing inhuman strength be it flipping ambulances and vehicles or bringing down an entire metallic stage set on opponents.
As much as Brock Lesnar is the most dominant force in WWE today, Strowman has been booked to physically dominate Lesnar in promos just to add to his credentials. His star has risen since he broke out of the Wyatt Family and is one of the few men who can be a serious challenger to Lesnar's Universal title.
At the moment, he is one of the most beloved stars in the WWE. His running powerslam finisher is considered devastating and has put away opponents. Strowman has shown his strength by easily lifting fellow big men Big Show, Kane and Baron Cobin at will. It comes as no surpsise that he holds several records in WWE.
These include: the most single Royal Rumble eliminations at 13 and most eliminations in a single Elimination Chamber match at five.