Omos has become one of the biggest names in the WWE arena for his unique personality and physique. His height which is 7 feet 3 inches is seen as a great milestone by the WWE audience. Omos is the tallest and heaviest star that ever stepped in the WWE ring. This leaves the audience flabbergasted by his personality and is thus referred to as a giant.
Tolulope Omogbehin or Omos as the WWE enthusiasts know him, hails from a Nigerian origin. However, this was not the place where he spent most of his life at. While he was a teenager, he went out of the country and headed straight to the United States. He then completed his further studies in Virginia and started playing basketball.
Basketball proved to be a very integral factor in benefitting him with his physique. He continued playing the sport despite the multiple obstacles that came his way. As heart attacks, pituitary tumors, and gigantism stood in between Omos and his will, he was determined enough to break through the chains. He dedicated a good three to four years to the sport before finally stepping into the world of professional wrestling in 2019.
How Did Omos get into WWE?
The WWE management is very keen to pick stars with unique characteristics. Looking at Omos, he was a certain pick for the management. The company signed Omos in 2019 and sent him to their Performance Centre. Soon after, in the same year, he made his first television debut where he debuted alongside Akira Tozawa.
Omos has dedicated himself to multiple roles since his WWE debut. However, he made his first in-ring debut in 2021. He joined AJ Styles for a tag team and the duo went ahead to become one-time WWE RAW Tag Team Champions. However, the duo was soon split and he started performing in solo matches. Fans have always been enthralled to see the giant step inside the WWE ring and showcase some unexpected maneuvers.
Despite not being very agile, Omos has the power to captivate the audience with his presence. The management is also aware of his positives and thus leaves no chance of making the best out of him. This persona has brought him in front of the top names of the division such as Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley. Brock Lesnar would also add to this list after the two meet in a face-off at WrestleMania 39.