Big E (WWE Superstar): A former football player, powerlifter, Ettore Ewen is currently a professional WWE Wrestler playing under the ring name of Big E. He has signed a contract with WWE association The New Day along with teammates Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston. All of them play on the Raw Brand. We will talk about his achievements and honours below.
Full Name: Ettore Ewen
Nickname: Master of the five-count, (Alpha) Unicorn
Profession: Professional Wrestler, former powerlifter and American Football Player
WWE Debut: RAW: December 17, 2012
Big E Finishing Move: Big Ending
He posted a group in 2016 on his Instagram with a controversial hashtag, #BlackExcellence. The hashtag didn’t go well with the Twitterati’s, who lashed out on him. When the situation started getting worse, team member Kofi Kingston posted a long clarification letter on his social media. I the letter he explained how the hashtag used was not to draw a comparison between the races but rather a ‘motivational force’ for some people who, t this day, think that it is impossible to attain certain goals because of their ethnicity or skin colour.
Date of Birth: 1st Match 1986
Big E Age: 34 Years (as of 2020)
Birth Place: Tampa, Florida, United States
Address: Tampa, Florida, United States of America
Zodiac Sign: Pisces
School: Wharton High School, Tampa, Florida
College: University of Iowa. Iowa, U.S.
Educational Qualification: Bachelor of Arts
Mother: Margaret Ewen
Big E Girlfriend: N/A
Marital Status: Unmarried
Big E Height: 5’ feet 11” inches
Weight: 129 kg
Big E Chest: 50 inches
Waist: 36 inches
Big E Biceps: 22 inches
Eye Color: Black
Hair Color: Black
Net Worth: N/A
Wrestler: Bill Goldberg
Hobbies: Watching American Football, playing video games
When Big E was young he was state champion in high school wrestling. During his university days, he was known as the Ironman. But after graduation “Ettore Ewen” decided to change the career path and chose ‘Powerlifting’. He was so good at it that only in his first appearance at USA Powerlifting (USAPL) meet in 2010; he became the top heavy-lifter and broke all four Florida state raw powerlifting records in the 275-pound category.