The Phat-Daddy lives by his motto..."Mo'
pins equal mo' wins!" Biggie Biggs remains the fun-loving big-man for over 20 years in the squared circle. Biggs
is a veteran of the IWF and possesses a fighting spirit unmatched by anyone in the IWF Centre. Biggs can go hold
for hold, move for move, or straight up brawl if he needs to. He loves his rap music, he loves his fans, and most
of all he loves a good fight. When he executes his signature CHOP, it takes his opponents', and the fans breath
away. Now that's #ChopDaddy Approved.
Biggie Biggs is the first IWF Triple Crown Winner, having
held the Heavyweight, American, and Tag Team Championships. He held the IWF American Championship three times,
and the Tag Team Titles five times with five different partners. He is also the 2005 Commissioner's Cup Tag
Team Tournament winner with Aaron Stride. Biggs continues to compete in other organizations across the Country. Biggs
ranked annually since 1999 in Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Top 500 wrestler list. Competed for WWE in Connecticut
at live events in 1999 and 2000.
Biggs is also an assistant coach and motivator at IWF Wrestling School in Nutley, NJ. He believes there is no other place on planet Earth like the IWF Centre. Biggie was inducted into IWF Hall of Fame Class of 2017 in June 2017 as part
of the Federation's 20th Anniversary celebration.
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 395 pounds
Hometown: East Brunswick,
Birthday: June 13
Titles: IWF Heavyweight | IWF American (3x) | IWF Tag Team
Awards: Commissioner's Cup 2005
| IWF Wrestler of the Year 2002