I apologize for unintentionally leaving off the Big Show.This was a overlook on my part.
So without further adieu, it's the Big Show
Billed as the worlds largest athlete, the Big Show made his in-ring debut in 1995.
Paul started his career in WCW and made a instant impact on the roster.
He quickly started feuding with Hogan and would win his first heavyweight title in 1995.
He also would get a more notable title win later when he went on to beat Ric Flair for the belt.
Paul would go on to fight and beat most of the WCW roster, during his four-year stay there.
In 1999, he would come to the WWE, where he would further his career.
He went on to fight the likes of The Rock, Stone Cold, HHH, and many more in the WWE.
What made the Big Show so special was his athletic ability for such a big man.
In fact in his earlier days he would often do spots of the ropes.These types of moves were seldom seen by a wrestler his size.
The Big Show has captured the WWF title twice since coming over.
That would make him a four-time heavyweight champ in total. It would be five times if you count his reign as ECW champ.
He also went on to win most every other title the company has had to offer.
He many not be as mobile these days, but he still moves pretty good.
He is on Raw, where he is still playing key parts in the WWE's story lines. This larger-than-life athlete can still put on a good match.
I'm sure once he does decide to retire he will be remembered as one of the WWE's top big men.