10 Tallest Wrestlers Ever (And How Giant They Really Were)

7. Ron Reis €- 7'2''

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One man who was seemingly as tall as he claimed was Ron Reis, otherwise known as Reese, Big Ron Studd, the Super Giant Ninja, and the Yeti. This final moniker was Reis' most infamous. Despite the name, the Yeti (above) entered the arena dressed as a mummy, before making his way to the ring where he helped The Giant administer a particularly wiggly bear hug to 'Hollywood' Hulk Hogan.

Somehow, the Super Giant Ninja character was equally as ridiculous, but during his brief stint as Reese he proved himself to be a decent worker for a man of such incredible size. Thus one could argue that in another place and at another time, Reis could have gone on to achieve far greater success. But as it stands, his biggest claim to fame (worth bragging about at least) was that he was a legit 7€'2"€. Rumor has it that he actually wore lifts in order to outsize the Big Show, but either way it would have taken some sizeable platforms to make up that gap between him and Show€

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