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WWE Superstars' weights (from 156 lbs to 385 lbs): How much do Big Show, Braun Strowman & Roman Reigns weigh?

Akira Tozawa before and after his weight loss (left); The Big Show (right)
Akira Tozawa before and after his weight loss (left); The Big Show (right)
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Modified 19 Sep 2020, 00:00 IST
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In the same way that actors lose and gain weight for movie roles, plenty of WWE Superstars have altered their diet in an attempt to change their lifestyle and appearance.

The most famous example is, of course, The Big Show. The seven-foot Superstar was billed at 500 lbs for much of his WWE career before losing over 100 lbs as part of his drastic transformation in 2016-17.

In contrast, some WWE Superstars have been encouraged to gain weight in the early stages of their careers, including the likes of CM Punk and Street Profits member Montez Ford.

Now that WWE is no longer considered to be “The Land of the Giants”, Superstars of all shapes and sizes have achieved success over the last couple of decades in WWE – from Rey Mysterio and Daniel Bryan to larger Superstars like Goldberg and Brock Lesnar.

Excluding WWE’s female Superstars, whose weights are not announced before matches, let’s take a look at how much every current RAW and SmackDown Superstar weighs.

Disclaimer: Unless stated, all weights have been obtained from Superstars’ profile pages on WWE’s official website.

#6 WWE Superstars’ weights (156 lbs to 205 lbs)

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This list only focuses on Superstars from WWE’s top two shows, RAW and SmackDown, but there are still plenty of former 205 Live Superstars who appear in the first category.


The lightest Superstar on the roster right now, one-time Cruiserweight Champion Akira Tozawa, lost a lot of weight before joining WWE in 2016, as you can see in the Instagram post above.

It is worth bearing in mind throughout this article that WWE – and wrestling promotions in general – often exaggerate the weights of performers to make them seem bigger than they actually are.

Former WWE Superstar Austin Aries said in an interview with Chris Van Vliet in 2019 that he was once billed at 200 lbs, even though he is around 160-165 lbs and he has never weighed more than 190 lbs.

  • Akira Tozawa - 156 lbs
  • Kalisto - 170 lbs
  • Lince Dorado - 170 lbs
  • Gran Metalik - 175 lbs
  • Rey Mysterio - 175 lbs
  • Mustafa Ali - 182 lbs
  • Ricochet - 188 lbs
  • Drew Gulak - 193 lbs
  • Humberto Carrillo - 198 lbs
  • Dominik Mysterio - 200 lbs
  • Shorty G - 202 lbs
  • Angel Garza - 205 lbs
  • Cedric Alexander - 205 lbs
  • Xavier Woods - 205 lbs
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Published 19 Sep 2020, 00:00 IST
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