|Omos Quick Info|
|Height||7 ft 3 in|
|Date of Birth||May 16, 1994|
Omos is a Nigerian professional wrestler who is best known for his stint with the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.) (2019-Present). As of April 2023, he had won the WWE Raw Tag Team Championship (once) and The Rock 25th Anniversary Battle Royal (2021). As of April 2023, Omos was the 3rd tallest wrestler in WWE history – only behind Giant Gonzalez and André the Giant.
Omos, Jordan Omogbehin, Big Jordan, Giant Ninja, The Nigerian Giant
Omos had attended the Atlantic Shores Christian School, a religious school in Chesapeake, an independent city in Virginia, United States. He played basketball in high school and continued to play the sport (at the center position) after joining the University of South Florida (USF), a public research university with its main campus located in Tampa, Florida. There, he represented the South Florida Bulls basketball team.
He then took a transfer to Morgan State University, a public historically black research university in Baltimore, Maryland, and played for the Morgan State Bears basketball team from 2014 to 2015. He then took another transfer to King University, a private Presbyterian-affiliated university in Bristol, Tennessee, and turned out for the King Tornado basketball team, as a forward, from 2015 to 2016.
- Siblings – He has an older brother.
- 35 – South Florida Bulls
- 42 – Morgan State Bears
In 2023, Omos had a net worth of approximately $1 million according to Sportskeeda.
7 ft 3 in or 221 cm
183 kg or 403.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Omos has dated –
- Cheyenne Quailey (2012-Present) – Omos began dating Cheyenne Quailey in 2012 when he was a high school student. On March 17, 2023, he declared his interest to marry his longtime partner.
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Nigerian (Yoruba) descent.
- Toned physique
- Gigantic frame
- Close-cropped hair
- Sports a thick beard
- Wears a gold necklace
- Born in Lagos, Nigeria, Omos went to the United States on a scholarship when he was about 15 years old. His family stayed in Nigeria though he had an older brother who was living in the American state of Indiana.
- About 5 years later, in 2014, he had an opportunity to meet basketball legend Hakeem Olajuwon while on a trip to Houston, Texas, with his university’s basketball team – the South Florida Bulls. Hakeem, just like Omos, was born to Nigerian (Yoruba) parents in Lagos.
- Since he played college-level basketball until 2016, it came as a shock to many when it was reported in January 2019 that the WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.) had signed Omos and 6 other athletes to train at the WWE Performance Center, the official professional wrestling school system of the WWE.
- He eventually made his in-ring debut in July 2019 in a house show. A house show is a professional wrestling event produced by a major promotion that is not televised, although it may be recorded.
- In 2022, Omos was ranked 120th in the PWI 500, an annual list of the 500 best professional wrestlers in the world, published by Pro Wrestling Illustrated magazine.
- A polyglot, he is fluent in English, French, and his native Yoruba language.
- Omos is a melophile and loves hip-hop music – a genre of popular music that originated in the Bronx borough of New York City in the early 1970s.
Featured Image by Omos / Instagram