When WWE signed the professional 7-foot-Three Jordan Omogbehin, hopes had been naturally excessive.
Names like Andre the Big, The Undertaker and The Large Present are a few of the best massive males to ever grace skilled wrestling.
However Omos is without doubt one of the legit largest. Generally WWE exaggerates heights, however completely no want with the Nigerian-born star.
Omos made his in-ring debut for WWE on evening one in every of WrestleMania 37 this weekend as he tagged with AJ Kinds to problem New Day for the Tag Group championships.
AJ Kinds, one of many best in-ring performers of his era, was a wise option to put with the still-novice Omos and Kinds would work the vast majority of the match.
The primary half of the competition noticed Kinds remoted by New Day and the primary narrative was stopping Kinds from tagging within the gargantuan Omos.
Ultimately, when Xavier Woods went to the highest rope, it gave Kinds simply sufficient time to scurry throughout the ring and tag within the NXT export.
Omos proceeded to decimate arguably the most effective tag groups of their era. He was impervious to ache and chopped down the New Day with ease.
He landed a few nasty backbreakers on every man earlier than serving to Kinds land a Phenomenal Foreman from his big shoulders.
A two-handed chokeslam was the tip for Kofi Kingston and Omos collected the 1-2-3, incomes a WWE championship in his debut match.
On the identical time, Kinds turned the first-ever grand-slam champion in each WWE and TNA/IMPACT.
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