Big Show Net Worth 2021

Full NamePaul Donald Wight II
Age49 Years
ResidenceTampa, Florida
Net Worth$16 Million
Source of IncomeProfessional Wrestling, Movies and TV Actor
EndorsementsWWE Merchandise
CharitySpecial Olympics, Connor's Cure
Marital StatusMarried to Bess Katramados (2002 - Present)

Paul Donald Wight II a.k.a The Big Show is a professional wrestler and actor currently signed to WWE, under the SmackDown brand. Wight started his wrestling career in World Championship Wrestling (WCW), under the ring name, The Giant. He was introduced as the son of André the Giant. The Big Show is a 7-time world champion, with 2 WCW World Heavyweight Championships, 1 ECW World Heavyweight Championship, 2 World Heavyweight Championships and of course, 2 WWF/E Championship. He is the only professional wrestler to have won these four championships

  1. Big Show Net Worth 2021
  2. Big Show Weight
  3. Big Show Salary
  4. Big Show Wife
  5. Big Show Movies
  6. Big Show Shooting Stunt

Big Show Net Worth 2021

As of today, The Big Show's Net Worth is estimated to be approximately $16 million. The Big Show is one of the most successful and accomplished wrestlers of all time. At just 49 years of age, the Big Show has been able to achieve what people haven't been able to get in a lifetime.

Big Show Weight

The Big Show is a Big Man. The Big Show was always one of the heaviest wrestlers at WWE. The Big Show was obese even before he started to wrestle. Actually, he was obese even before he entered his teen years. By the age of twelve, Wight was already 6 ft 2 in tall and weighed around 220 lb. Wight was 7 ft 1 in tall by the time he was 19. He was growing at such an alarming rate that it was required for a surgery to be performed on his pituitary gland. He once weighed around 500 pounds. At that point, the Big Show was no longer obese, but he was 'morbidly' obese. But now he has lost a lot of weight and is trying to adapt to a healthier lifestyle. Big Show currently weighs 174 kg or 383 pounds.

Big Show Weight Loss

The Big show has embarked on his weight loss journey. While only a few years back the WWE Superstar was known to turn over a Jeep. According to the earlier records, the Big Show was registered to be 7-foot tall, weighing 500 pounds. The Big Show was so huge that he was nicknamed 'The Giant'. But it's almost a year that Paul Donald Wight has embarked on his weight loss journey. The 46-year-old wrestler has lost almost 100 pounds. He currently weighs 174 kg or 383 pounds.

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Big Show ABS

As it turns out to be WWE Superstar the Big Show has cracked the code to weight loss for himself. His recent social media posts reveal a much fit, lean and even chiseled to abs photographs of the Big Show. The wrestler once weighed in the 500 lbs ballpark is now much stronger and much leaner.

Big Show Salary

The Big Show's Net Worth as we see it today can be almost entirely attributed to the salary which he receives at the WWE. The Big Show is one of the best wrestlers and entertainers at WWE. He receives an annual salary of $850,000.

Big Show Wife

The Big Show got married his first wife, Melissa Ann Piavis, on February 14, 1997. However, the couple separated in 2000. They got a divorce on February 6, 2002. The Big Show and Melissa together have a daughter. On February 11, 2002, The Big Show got married to his second wife, Bess Katramados in 2002. Bess and Paul are the proud parents of two children.

Big Show Movies

The Big Show is one of the very few professional wrestlers who had an elaborate Hollywood career outside the ring. The Big Show's Net Worth is surely complemented by his acting career in movies and his television appearances.

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1996Reggie's PrayerMr. Portola
1996Jingle All The WayHuge Santa
1998McCinsey's IslandLittle Snow Flake
1998The WaterboyCaptain Insano
2006Little Hercules in 3-DMarduk
2010MacGruberBrick Hughes
2010KnuckleheadWalter Krunk
2015VendettaVictor Abbott
2016CountdownBig Show
2017The Jetsons & WWE: Robo-WrestleMania!Big Show
2019Fighting with My FamilyBig Show

TV Shows

1994Thunder in ParadiseHimself
1997Figure It OutHimself
1999Cousin SkeeterHimself
1999Shasta McNastyHimself
1999The Unreal Story of Professional WrestlingHimself
2000The Cindy Margolis ShowHimself
2001The Weakest LinkHimself
2000Saturday Night LiveHimself
2000–05Late Night with Conan O'BrienHimself
2002TV TotalHimself
2002One on OneMiles
2003–04Hollywood SquaresHimself
200410 Things Every Guy Should ExperienceHimself
2004Star Trek: EnterpriseOrion Slave #1
2005–07Hogan Knows BestHimself
2005Late Night with Conan O'BrienHimself
2006Video on TrialHimself
2007Hannity & ColmesBig Show
2008Rome Is BurningHimself
2009VH1 Top 20 CountdownHimself
2009Are You Smarter than A Fifth Grader?Himself
2009Are You Smarter than a 5th Grader?Himself
2009E:60Big Show
2009The Tonight Show with Conan O'BrienHimself
2009Dinner: ImpossibleHimself
2010Extreme Makeover: Home EditionHimself
2010Late Night with Jimmy FallonParticipant
2010Royal PainsDonald Green
2010The 7PM ProjectHimself
2011–15WWE Tough EnoughBig Show
2011–13Supah NinjasTwo Ton Harley
2011Kids Choice AwardsHimself
2011Burn Notice'Griffin Black
2011The Tonight Show with Jay LenoHimself
2011American Country AwardsHimself
2012Kids Choice AwardsHimself
2012Larry King NowHimself/Guest
2013PsychBig Ed Dixon
2014Bonus ContentHimself
20142014 Teen Choice AwardsHimself
2016Lip Sync BattleHimself/Guest
2017The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonParticipant
2019Happy!Big Pink
TBAThe Big Show ShowBig Show

Big Show Shooting Stunt

In December 2016, the rumours of WWE Superstar, The Big Show being shot dead hit the internet like a storm. According to the false rumour the WWE officials confirmed were left with no other option but to kill the Big Show dead after a 7-year-old boy wandered into the steel cage of the aggressive wrestler. This was a rumour which just wasn't funny at all and was spread in bad taste.

People Also Ask

What is Big Show’s real name?

Paul Donald Wight II performs under the ring name of Big Show.

Is Big Show Andre the Giant’s son?

During the initial years of his wrestling career in WCW, Big Show (then called The Giant) used to be introduced as the son of WWE Hall of Famer, Andre the Giant. In reality, there exists no relation between the two.

Does the Big Show still wrestle?

Big Show has not been actively competing in the ring for some time due to his hamstring injury. However, he aligned himself with The Bar towards the end of 2018 and he defeated Kofi Kingston in an edition of SmackDown.

Is the Big Show still in WWE?

Yes, Big Show is still signed to WWE but he has been missing screen time to recover from a hamstring injury.


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