Strongest WWE Wrestlers 2018 : Wrestling is one game which requires a minimum amount of power and strength. Apart from the strength, one should also be quite tricky and quick in their moves so as to master this game. You could attain success only if you train hard and do your workouts and get a perfect body shape along with enough strength.
10 Strongest WWE Wrestlers 2018
WWE or the World Wrestling Entertainment is the greatest professional wrestling company in the world which was founded by Toots Mondt and Jess McMahon in the year 1952 as Capitol Wrestling Corporation or CWC. Professional wrestling is an athletic sort of entertainment based on the description of a combat sport. Here you will be bale to find a list of strongest wrestlers of 2018 for the lovers of WWE.
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10. Ryback Allen Reeves – Height: 6ft 3in, Weight: 291 lb
Ryback or Ryback Allen Reeves was born on November 10, 1981, and is an American professional wrestler who is presently wrestling on the independent circuit with the ring name ‘The Big Guy’. He is well-known for his tenure with WWE under the ring name ‘Ryback’. Ryback Allen Reeves is one of the most muscular men in the whole WWE and is very strong as well. This is mainly because he has been doing his workouts ever since he was 12. He had the talent to be a massive star based on his looks and strength. However, he has not produced natural ability as a wrestler to elevate him.
9. Cesaro – Height: 6ft 5in, Weight: 232 lb
Claudio Castagnoli was born on December 27, 1980. He is better known by his ring name ‘Cesaro’ which has been shortened from Antonio Cesaro. Cesaro is a Swiss professional wrestler who is presently signed to WWE and is performing on the Raw brand. He was earlier known for his work in the ROH or the Ring of Honor, several independent promotions incorporating Pro Wrestling Guerrilla or the PWG and Combat Zone Wrestling or CZW, and also the Japan-based Pro Wrestling Noah. Cesaro does not have a body similar to the rest of the wrestlers in the list. However, he is strong and can swing a 400 plus pound Khali about the ring with no effort. Many assert that he is the most powerful wrestler in the world.
8. Roman Reigns – Height: 6ft 3in, Weight: 265 lb
Leati Joseph “Joe” Anoaʻi was born on May 25, 1985. He is an American professional wrestler and a former professional Canadian football player. He is also a member of the Anoaʻi family. He is signed to the World Wrestling Entertainment, where he performs under the ring name ‘Roman Reigns’ on the Raw brand where he is the present United States Champion in his first reign.He has a set of remarkable in-ring skills. He is a strong contender and his punch followed by the mighty spear will put anybody flat on the ring. Roman now keeps the record of eliminating most contestants in a Royal Rumble match with twelve eliminations in the year 2014. Kane eliminated eleven participants.
7. Kane – Height: 7ft, Weight: 323 lb
Glenn Thomas Jacobs was born on April 26, 1967. He is better known by the ring name Kane. Kane is a Spanish-born American professional wrestler. Other than that, he is also an actor and an insurer. He is signed to WWE, where he is presently working on the SmackDown brand. Jacobs commenced his professional wrestling career on the independent circuit in the year 1992. He wrestled in promotions like Smoky Mountain Wrestling or SMW and the United States Wrestling Association or USWA before joining the World Wrestling Federation which is now the WWE in 1995. Jacobs played several characters till 1997, when he was repackaged as Kane, the insane and monstrous younger brother of The Undertaker, with whom Jacobs would alternatively fight or team as The Brothers of Destruction.Kane has been in WWE for nearly 20 years and is also known as “The Red Machine.” Brock Lesnar’s once stated that Kane was the most strong wrestler in the WWE.
6. Big E Langston – Height: 5ft 11in, Weight: 345 lb
Ettore Ewen was born on March 1, 1986. He is an American professional wrestler and is also a former powerlifter and an American football player who is presently performing under the ring name Big E, which is the shortened from his previous ring name Big E Langston. He is now signed to WWE where he is one-third of The New Day along with Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston, where they are the present WWE Raw Tag Team Champions. All three perform on the Raw brand.
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5. Big Show – Height: 7ft, Weight: 450 lb
Paul Donald Wight II was born on February 8, 1972. He is an American professional wrestler and also an actor. He is well-known by his ring name ‘Big Show’. He is signed to the WWE, where he has performed since the year 1999. He presently wrestles on the Raw brand. He started his career in World Championship Wrestling or the WCW, where he was recognised by the ring name ‘The Giant’.
Big Show is a huge man and he is labelled as “The World’s Largest Athlete”. He was already more than six feet tall and weighed nearly 220 lbs because of Acromegaly by the time he reached 12. This was due to the excess growth hormone produced. He had to undergo surgery in early 90’s after which his growth stopped.
4. Braun Strowman – Height: 6ft 8in, Weight: 385 lb
Adam Scherr was born on September 6, 1983. He is an American professional wrestler and also a former strongman who is currently signed to the WWE on the Raw brand under the ring name ‘Braun Strowman’. Before joining the WWE, Braun Strowman was a professional strongman contestant and bagged several championships, and one of them is the Arnold Amateur Strongman world championships.
3. John Cena – Height: 6ft 1in, Weight: 251lb
John Felix Anthony Cena Jr. was born on April 23, 1977. He is an American professional wrestler. Other than that, he is also an actor, a rapper and a reality television show host signed to WWE, where he is consigned to the SmackDown brand. He is presently on a break due to the filming of the second season of American Grit. And when we get the list of the strongest wrestlers, Cena can never be missed since he is one amongst the most powerful wrestlers in the world. John Cena has enough strength to lift wrestlers such as Mark Henry, Big Show, and also the Great Khali on his shoulders to deliver Attitude Adjustment. He has even lifted Edge and Big Show at the same time in his shoulders during the WrestleMania.
2. Brock Lesnar – Height: 6ft 3in, Weight: 686 lb
Brock Edward Lesnar was born on July 12, 1977. He is an American professional wrestler and also a martial artist and a former amateur wrestler. Apart from all that, he is also a professional American football player presently signed to WWE on the Raw brand. He is a former UFC Heavyweight Champion, a four-time WWE World Champion, and also a NCAA Division I Heavyweight Wrestling Champion. This guy is a beast and has the strength to outpower any wrestler without any effort. Brock Lesnar is a man with power as well as the size of a heavyweight and also has the speed and quickness of a featherweight.
1. Mark Henry – Height : 6ft 4in, Weight: 399 lb
Mark Jerrold Henry was born on June 12, 1971. He is an American powerlifter, strongman, Olympic weightlifter and a professional wrestler who is presently signed to WWE on the Raw brand. He was a two-time Olympian in the year 1992 as well as 1996. Moreover, he is gold, silver, and bronze medalist at the Pan American Games in the year 1995. He was WDFPF World Champion as a powerlifter and a two-time US National Champion. He is also a raw world record holder in the deadlift and squat. He is recognised for the biggest raw squat and raw powerlifting total ever achieved by a drug tested athlete, regardless of weight class. As far as the strength is concerned, Mark Henry is the strongest guy ever to have wrestled in the World Wrestling Entertainment.
Quick look at the 10 Strongest WWE wrestlers of 2018
- Mark Henry
- Brock Lesnar
- John Cena
- Braun Strowman
- Big Show
- Big .E.Longston
- Roman Reigns
If you want to compete at the highest levels of wrestling, then you have to be in good shape and should also have high strength. To win in competitive wrestling, you have to feed a rare blend of functional, power, quickness, endurance, technical skill and even mental fortitude.