Big Show Net Worth

One of the bright lights of the professional, Big Show has thrilled the WWE fan base with its entertaining brand of wrestling for the past two decades. Trained by such legendary figures as Triple H, Al Snow, and Glenn Ruth, Big Show continued his quest to gain more titles and establish himself as one of the greatest wrestlers of all time.

Big Show Net Worth$20 Million
Full Name Paul Wight
Date of Birth February 8, 1972
Source Of Income Professional Wrestling
Birth Place Aiken, SC
Father Name Paul Wight Sr.
Zodiac SignAquarius
Occupation Wrestler
Basketball Player
Nationality American
Martial Status Married
Wife Name Melissa Piavis ​ ​ ( m. 1997; div. 2002)​ Bess Katramados ​ ( m. 2002)​
Children 3

Big Show Early Life

Paul Donald White, born on 8 th February 1972 in South California, United States. Big Show attended Northern Junior College in Tonkawa Oklahoma where he excelled in basketball before enrolling at Wichita State University.

Upon graduation, due to his intimidating physique, Big Show started as a bouncer at a nightclub before making his debut in wrestling.

He was then introduced to veteran wrestler Hulk. Hogan, Big Show embarked on an exhausting journey of learning the ropes and gaining acceptance from industry veterans. In 1995, he joined World Championship Wrestling with the name of Ring Vishal.

After a three-year stint, he did a cross-over by the WWE in 1999 at the age of 27. He held a pen to deliver papers on a ten-year contract with the World Wrestling Federation. During his early days in WWE, Big Show had established names such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Kane among others.

White is a seven-time world champion, during his career he has also won two WCW World Heavyweight Championships and one ECW World Heavyweight Championship. He also has two World Heavyweight Championships and two WWE Championship titles. He remains the only professional wrestler to win all four championships.


He is also an eleven-time World Tag Team Champion. His five World Tag Team Championships came during his partnership with Chris Jericho, Kane and The Miz. He teamed up with the legendary Undertaker to win the Tag Team Championship twice.

Along with Kurt Angle and Edge, Big Show is only the third to win every men’s WWE Championship in wrestling history. During his trophy-filled career, he has won a total of 23 championship titles to his name.

As the Big Show brand developed, he diversified his creative energy into acting in commercials, acting in video games, and variety. He is a regular feature on video games vs. SmackDown. Raw. He also made appearances on the hit Sisko and Fox Browns remixes of Thong Song.

Hollywood shows have also appeared in shows such as Big Show, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, Star Trek: Enterprise, Royal Penn, Late Night with Jimmy Fonan, and Waterboy.

In 1998, Big Show sparked controversy after being accused of killing a man with his trademark “Knock Out Punch” at the Marit Hotel in New York. Upon investigation, a court headed by Judge Thomas Feynman found him not guilty.

Height, Weight, and Weight Loss

Growing up, Big Show had challenges with his body before he was diagnosed with physical and an additional growth hormone disorder. The implication of his condition was that at the age of 12 he was already 6 feet 2 inches. After a successful surgery to stop his rapid growth, which included corrective measures on his pituitary glands and the endocrine system, his growth abnormalities were arrested.

He is currently 7 feet shocked. His weight was 174 kg! Definitely not for messing with a man.

With the help of fitness expert Dod Romero, he set out on a journey to manage his body frame and weight. In 2017 he underwent successful hip surgery after developing a 3.5 cm hole in his hip. He lost some weight during treatment but with better dieting and fitness exercises, Big Show has a much more proportionate physique.

Big Show has been married twice. She married Melissa Ann Piavis on Valentine’s Day 1997. They have a daughter, Sierra White, born on October 2, 1997. After five years together, they completed their divorce on the eighth day on February 6, 2002. Anniversary of marriage.

Five days after her divorce from Melissa, formally, Big Show married former model Bess Katramados. An avid wrestling fan, Bees and Big Show have two children, a boy and a girl, both names not yet unknown.

Net Worth Of Big Show

With their worldwide pedigree, it should come as no surprise that Big Show cost $ 20 million. The bulk of their earnings come from the wrestling franchise WWE and their brand advertising.