7 Tallest Superstars in WWE History

3. Giant Silva

This was a forgotten big man mainly due to his losing streak, he lost more matches than he won and was constantly losing tag team and handicap matches in his stay with the company. He could not make much of an impact like others in this list, but he was a monster sealing the third spot with a height of 7’2.

He was a member of the Oddities stable in the WWF, he was never considered a singles star though. He was constantly teaming up with Golga or Kurrgan in losing causes. His only highlight in his stay with the company was SummerSlam 1998 where his team won a 3 on 4 handicap match, but he was released in February 1999. His run lasted hardly a year.

He soon joined NJPW and met a fellow giant Giant Singh (Great Khali) and was constantly involved in tag team matches with him.

Updated: July 16, 2017 — 4:23 pm

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