Big Show is an American Professional wrestler and actor whose net worth is indeed at another level. He is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as an in-ring performer, and as a commentator for its web television show, AEW Dark: Elevation. He is best known for his tenure with WWE (formerly the World Wrestling Federation) from 1999 to 2021. The Big Show is a 7-time world champion, with 2 WCW World Heavyweight Championships, 1 ECW World Heavyweight Championship, 2 World Heavyweight Championships and of course, 2 WWF/WWE Championship. He is the only professional wrestler to have won these four championships.
Big Show: Net Worth
Big Show has an estimated net worth of around $16 million. The Big Show is one of the best wrestlers and entertainers at WWE. He receives an annual salary of $850,000. The Big Show’s Net Worth can be almost entirely attributed to the salary which he receives at the WWE. He has also had an elaborate Hollywood career and earned good money from his movies and acting career also. He has appeared in various movies and television shows. Big Show has also appeared in brand endorsements. Big Show has appeared in infomercials for Stacker 2. He also has very good investments in the real estate sector and owns a lavish house in Florida.
Big Show Net Worth: WWE Career
He started his WCW career with the ring name The Giant. He had one of the first fights with Hulk Hogan. After having a successful stint with WCW, The Big Show signed for WWE in 1999. He made his debut at WWE against Stone Cold Steve Austin. Big Show became known for impersonating other wrestlers. He became WWE champion between 2000-2003. Big Show became United States Champion between 2003-2005.
He then teamed up with Kane and they both had a very successful stint. Very Soon he became an integral part of the WWE’s RAW brand. He left WWE for a short period and returned to the WWE in 2008. He won tag team championships and reunited with Kane. Big Show became the World Heavyweight Champion between 2011 and 2013. He joined the authority in 2013 and remained a part of it till 2016. Over the next few years, he continued to win championships. He left the WWE in 2021 and joined All Elite Wrestling.
Big Show has also supported many charitable causes throughout his WWE and acting career. He is associated with the Make-a-wish foundation and also supports WWE supported charity Connor’s Cure. He is one of the most charitable WWE superstars of all time.