5 Things You Didn't Know
In such a short period of time, Omos has become one of the most daunting figures in WWE.
At just 27 years of age, standing tall at 7ft 3 in, and weighing over 400 pounds, Omos is a huge human being with a dominant presence inside the ring.
He is a former tag-team champion alongside AJ Styles.
WWE signed Omos in 2019 and served as a bouncer for Shane McMahon's RAW Underground, before making his debut and partnering alongside AJ Styles.
Omos was a basketball player in his highschool years, which spanned from 2014-2015.
Omos hails from Nigeria, however, later moved to United States with his family.
He played a center during his basketball stint for the University of South Florida where he finished his education.
Previous ring names:
Big Jordan Giant Ninja Jordan Omogbehin
He was trained by the WWE legend Kevin Nash.
He is also the winner of 25-man battle royal that took place on the 25th anniversary of The Rock's debut back at Survivor Series 1996.
Omos' real name is
Tolulope "Jordan" Omogbehin
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