10. The Big Show - 7'0''
The first name on this list is a man that many may have thought would rank far higher. One of the few giants still active today (just about), Big Show is billed at a whopping 7'0". That might sound impressive, but he's even been listed slightly taller than that before. During his earlier days in the WWE he was regularly announced as 7'2", though this was likely to add credence to Kane's 7'0" billing.
Back in WCW as The Giant he was introduced at 7'4". These days, many internet forums are awash with claims that a rounded seven feet is still something of an exaggeration. But much like his fluctuating weight, there's potential for his height to have changed by an inch or two over the course of his long career. During his recent years it may seem somewhat generous, but I think it's fair to say that at some point in his career, Big Show has measured in at 7'0". That's enough to earn him a spot in our top 10.