WWE Top 5: There haven’t been many Superstars who can boast the size, raw power and near-unlimited upside of Big Cass, whose skyscraper height puts him in the penthouse alongside legends like Andre the Giant and Big Show.
In terms of his size alone, he’s a prospect the likes of which the WWE Universe hasn’t seen in a generation, but where does Cass rank amongst the tallest Superstars to ever set foot in WWE? See where he sizes up alongside titans both legendary and obscure.
Let us check out the 5 tallest and active WWE Superstars in 2020
5). Baron Corbin 6.8 ft.
Baron Corbin made a very big debut, when he won the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania. He was drafted to SmackDown Live, where he went on to become the United States Champion. He also won the Money in the Bank briefcase in 2017 but could not cash it in. At WrestleMania 34, Baron Corbin made it to the final 2 of the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal again but was eliminated by Woken Matt Hardy.
4). Braun Strowman 6.8 ft.
The Monster Among Men Braun Strowman is surely something which WWE superstar would like to face. He loves to destroy his opponents in half and squashed their bodies. He stands over 6.8 ft. tall and having 420 pounds which makes him to look like a monster figure.
3). Big Show 7.1 Ft.
The World’s Largest Athlete Big Show is one of only two WWE Superstars who can match Cass at seven feet flat; Kane also tops out at the same towering height. The Devil’s Favorite Demon hasn’t been seen for many months now in WWE, which means Cass only has one other seven-footer to contend with, at least for the time being.
2). Kane 7.1ft.
The Big Red Monster was known for his towering height and physique the moment he was seen for the first time. Standing taller than even The Undertaker, the crowd was shocked at how dominant Kane looked.
Holding the record once for the most eliminations in one Royal Rumble match, and of all time, Kane was a force to reckon with.
1). Jordan Omogbehin 7.3 ft.
Jordan Omogbehin has become a familiar face for WWE viewers over the past few weeks – and he’s been around long than you might realise.
The towering man first appeared over the summer behind a mask as Akira Tozawa’s Giant Ninja, but more recently he’s been seen alongside Shane McMahon as the Raw Underground bouncer.
It’s been an unusual way to introduce a rising star, but WWE clearly wants to get him on camera as he’s been a pretty constant presence on the red brand.
Although he’s not yet been officially named on camera, Shane’s bodyguard is actually NXT developmental star Jordan Omogbehin, who stands at an incredible 7ft 3in tall.