No, Ms. Kuznetsova isn’t very tall by this article’s standards, though she is above average at five-foot-seven. No, we’re more interested in her weight. As you might be able to tell from the picture, Nataliya is a professional bodybuilder and clearly one who doesn’t hide the fact that she’s in gear. With such substances as steroids and estrogen blockers, she would be simply unable to build the kind of muscle that she is showing off in his picture.
The different chemicals that surge through men and women make it easier for men to gain muscle than women. The maximum weight that Nataliya has gotten up to is a little over two hundred and fifty pounds. Her legs have achieved a maximum circumference of an entire meter. A meter!
Paul Millar – 6’ 10”
This is a picture of Paul Millar kicking another man in the crotch, which means we might have finally found a soccer player that we actually want to watch play. While Paul Millar might be a mere six feet and ten inches, that’s pretty tall when it comes to this sport as well as real life. In fact, he’s widely recognized as the third-tallest player in the sport to date.
However, he’s had a couple of bad knee injuries, and people who are taller already have to deal with putting tons of extra pressure on their knees. Soccer players have to be quick and agile, and that means even MORE pressure on your knees and other important ligaments. Unfortunately, Millar never truly recovered from some of these injuries, which cut his career short.
Aaron Judge – 6’ 7”, 282 lbs
If you want to be a power hitter in the major leagues, that means you have to have a lot of muscle to get that ball into the bleachers. Aaron Judge, one of the more famous power hitters of recent years, clearly has plenty of muscle on his six-foot-seven frame. He also weighs three hundred pounds, making him both one of the biggest and one of the heaviest players in the MLB.
He boasts a pretty .282 batting average, and he’s also racked up over two hundred and fifty home runs while also getting more than nine hundred hits since he started playing with the Yankees in 2016. Maybe pitchers are just afraid of giving him anything other than easy pitches right over the plate.
Gogea Mitu – 7’ 4”
Being a big, tall boxer comes with a lot of advantages. That big reach and increased muscle mass help power up your punches, which might mean that Romanian boxer Gogea Mitu had a chance to be the best boxer ever. He was close to seven and a half feet tall, and he quickly became world-famous for his enormous stature. He was born in 1909, and his first match was against experienced Italian boxer Saverio Grizzo.
Mitu won in the first round by a knockout. In his second fight, he also won a knockout in the first round. However, his enormous stature (which was likely caused by gigantism) led to his early death at only the age of twenty-six. He only had those two bouts to remember him by.
Sim Bhullar – 7’ 5”
“That guy doesn’t look so tall,” you might be thinking. That’s because Canadian basketball player Sim Bhullar is, in this picture, surrounded by people who are likely six feet tall at the shortest. He’s actually one of the tallest players in the sport ever, reaching a gigantic seven-foot-five. In fact, he’s ranked as the sixth-tallest player on record, though he’s tied with a number of other players for that accolade.
Sim also has another credit to his name: he is actually the first player of Indian descent to play in the NBA. He didn’t actually play in the NBA for very long – he was with the Sacramento Kings in 2015 – but his size and skills have made him a popular figure around the basketball world.