You’re not on the listing, you’re not coming in (Picture: WWE)
Jordan Omogbehin (Omos) has turn into a well-recognized face for WWE viewers over the previous few months – and he’s been round lengthy than you may realise.
The towering man first appeared over the summer time behind a mask as Akira Tozawa’s Giant Ninja, earlier than being seen alongside Shane McMahon because the Uncooked Underground bouncer, and most just lately as AJ Kinds’ Affiliate.
It’s been an uncommon technique to introduce a rising star, however WWE clearly needs to get him on digicam as he’s been a reasonably fixed presence on the crimson model.
Now going by the identify Omos, the person is definitely former NXT developmental star Jordan Omogbehin, who stands at an unbelievable 7ft 3in tall.
The trainee might have a really shiny future (Picture: WWE)
The 26-year-old former basketball participant was signed up by NXT boss Triple H in 2018, and ever since he has been honing his craft on the Efficiency Middle.
Final summer time, he began to carry out in entrance of dwell crowds, and he lastly seems poised to make the step as much as the principle roster.
He’s definitely on the precise path, as the Giant Ninja’s Raw debut saw him go face to face with legendary superstar the Big Show earlier this 12 months.
The panorama of WWE has modified, which means Omogbehin actually does stand head and shoulders above everybody else on the roster.
Shockingly although, his billed peak solely places him third on the listing of the corporate’s resident giants.
Whereas Kane, Huge Cass and Huge Present himself stand at 7ft tall, The Nice Khali will get a spot within the high 5 by an inch.
Equally, 7ft 2in Big Silva falls simply quick (ahem) of Omogbehin, who is simply behind Andre The Big (7ft 4in) and Big Gonzalez (8ft) within the billed rankings.
It needs to be famous, WWE – and the wrestling world normally – is understood to magnify some heights, which means the latter was really solely a measly 7ft 7in…