This WWE Giant Was The World’s Largest Athlete, But Now He’s Undergone A Major Transformations Undergone A Jaw-Dropping Transformation

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Since the 1990s Big Show has been one of the biggest names in wrestling – literally. Standing over seven feet tall and tipping the scales at 400 pounds for much of his career, the WWE star is known as a giant by name and giant by nature. However, in 2017 he revealed an incredible transformation.

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Big Show was born Paul Donald Wight II in Aiken, South Carolina, in February 1972. As a child, he had acromegaly – a condition that is often caused as a result of the pituitary gland making too much excess growth hormone. So Wight was much larger in stature than other kids his age growing up.

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