How rich is Paul Wight?
Paul Wight Net Worth:
Paul Wight Net Worth:
Big Show Net Worth $20 Million
Among the largest show wrestlers in the American history, Big Show’s net worth stands as tall as the man himself at $20 million. But the greens didn’t pour in the sky, Big had to make every penny of it, with his fit and gigantic assembled he had to label his power in the world of professional wrestling. Produced in Aiken, South Carolina, and christened Paul Randall Wight Jr., the 42 years was destined for a more enormous name apt with his body structure, and consequently with his success and amazing display of power he earned himself the ring name ‘Big Show’.
For chunk of his networth, the credit would go to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as he became a powerhouse in the Smack Down brand. Then started his networth’s story at WCW, and after in 1999 he went ahead and signed a contract together with the World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment for next ten years. Eventually in his illustrious career he went on to become the only wrestler to have won WWE and WCW Championship twice, ECW Champion once, plus some other tournaments across the way. His popularity made Hollywood coming running to him, and he was offered roles in films which he accepted and appeared in few of TV including, Reggie’s Prayers, Jingle All the Way, The Waterboy, etc. Though adorned the TV screen as well with shows like Thunder in Paradise, and the most recent ‘Psych as Bigfoot impersonator Ed Dixon’, in 2013. His supply of income comes from WWE, and wrestling, and his yearly salary is estimated to be $1,000,000. Though, incomes additionally pour in from other sources like TV shows, and pictures.
Paul Wight in actual life, Big Show is a renowned actor and professional wrestler who is now signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). His net worth is estimated to be around $20 million. This makes him the only professional wrestler to have won these four titles. Throughout his entire professional wrestling career, Big Show in addition has won 1 WWE Intercontinental Championship, 1 WWE United States Championship, and 3 WWE Hardcore Championship. Big Show is recognized as the 24th WWE Triple Crown Winner and 16th Grand Slam Winner in the annals of WWE. After Edge and Kurt Angle, he is the third professional wrestler to have won every male WWE Championship. On his whole wrestling career, he’s held a total of 23 tournament titles. Outside the ring, Big Show is also a known actor. Big appeared on shows like Star Trek: Enterprise, Royal Pains, Burn Notice, Knucklehead, as well as the Waterboy.
Big Show has been married twice. He has one kid from his first marriage and his second marriage resulted to the arrival of two children. Big Show picked their house in Miami, Florida, in the year 2007. It is 9,500 sq ft (approx) of huge $3.7 million structure, which does justice to the giant Big Show. The French Chateau replica house was constructed in 2002, also it beholds 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 3 fireplaces, media room, exercise room, master suite, plus a guest house. There’s another home which Big Show bought near Tampa, in town of Odessa, in 2001 at $680,000, and from none other than buddy and fellow wrestler ‘The Undertaker’, Mark Calaway.
|Birth date:||February 8, 1972|
|Birth place:||Aiken, South Carolina, United States|
|Height:||7 ft (2.134 m)|
|Weight:||425 lbs (193 kg)|
|Profession:||Wrestler, Actor, Athlete|
|Education:||Wyman King Academy in Batesburg-Leesville, South Carolina,|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Bess Katramados (m. 2002), Melissa Ann Piavis (m. 1997–2002)|
|Parents:||Paul Wight Sr.|
|Awards:||WWE United States Championship, WWE Intercontinetal Championship, WCW World Heavyweight Championship, World Heavyweight Championship, WWF/E Championships, ECW World Heavyweight Championship, WWE Hardcore Championship|
|Nominations:||Slammy Award for Match of the Year, Kids' Choice Award for Biggest Slime Of The Night|
|Movies:||Vendetta, Knucklehead, Little Hercules in 3-D, Jingle All the Way, Reggie's Prayer|