Matt Morgan Height

Famous retired pro-wrestler, Matt Morgan is known for his size. He was a legit giant of the wrestling world. His billed height was 7 feet. "Billed height" means it was how tall he was supposed to be with shoes on.

Without shoes? Well, the wrestling world has some crazy-heeled boots, but from what we have seen of Mr. Morgan, we think only three inches of heels of his boots would have justified his 7-feet listing.

Matt Morgan was very tall, in fact, he was even taller than WWE legends like The Undertaker (6'7½") and Kane (6'8") but he was shorter than Big Show who was really 7 feet tall in his prime (Big Show looks a bit shorter now -- around 6'10").

After carefully looking at Mr. Morgan and comparing his height to that of people like Brock Lesnar (6'2"), Nathan Jones (6'10"), Big Show (7" in his prime), etc, we think that the best number to describe the height of Matt Morgan would be 6'9".

The real height of Matt Morgan is

6'9" or 205 cm

Matt Morgan standing with Mark Henry and Big Show
Matt Morgan with the world's strongest man, Mark Henry (6'2"), and the great Big Show (7" in his prime)

For reference, here is the average human height around the world.

Country Male Female
Indonesia 5'4" 4'11"
India 5'5½" 5'½"
Mexico 5'6½" 5'1½"
China 5'6½" 5'1½"
Japan 5'7½" 5'2½"
Brazil 5'8" 5'3"
Russia 5'9" 5'3¾"
United States 5'9¼" 5'4"
United Kingdom 5'9½" 5'4¼"
Canada 5'10" 5'4½"
Australia 5'10" 5'4½"
Germany 5'10½" 5'5"
Sweden 5'11" 5'5½"
Netherlands 5'11½" 5'6"

Data was collected from official sources wherever possible. A more detailed chart can be found here.

A Few Interesting Facts About Matt Morgan's Life

When he was five, Matt Morgan was diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Disorder (popularly known as ADD), which eventually led to him getting involved with CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder), a national non-profit organization that aims to improve the lives of people affected by ADD. 

Matt had some unusual escapades on a farm as a child. In order to inform the chicks, for whom he was caring, about the horrors of mortality, he picked each one up in turn and showed them the weaker, dying chicks that didn't survive the hatching process. Once out of curiosity, he also pushed a chicken into the sow enclosure. He was discovered when he naively asked the farmer what would happen if the chicken went into the sow pen.

Matt (along with a select group of humans like Stephen Hawkings and Stephen Colbert) has also contributed a sample of his DNA to project The Immortality Drive -- a time capsule in the form of a large memory device that intends to preserve human DNA in a time capsule, in case some global cataclysm should occur on Earth. This drive was launched to space on October 12, 2008.