The Big Show, Titus O’Neil and Dean Ambrose will make their WWE debuts in 2017, with the former two being announced Monday at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
In addition to the two new faces, WWE also announced that John Cena and Seth Rollins will return to WWE after being sidelined for more than a year due to knee surgery.
Cesaro will join the company on May 26 at the WrestleMania 30 pay-per-view, which takes place in Las Vegas.
Also announced Monday is the return of Taker, the new member of the Intercontinental Championship who won it with a pinfall against Sami Zayn in January.
The former champion will take on a newly signed Rusev at WrestleMania 33 on July 27.
Also on the main roster, John Cena returns to the company after a lengthy absence, becoming the first wrestler to do so since Sting in 2005.
He will face former champion John Cena in a match at the Superstar Shake-Up on March 18.
Also back in the ring for the WWE is Bray Wyatt, who will be defending the Intertitle for the first time against Kevin Owens at Wrestlemania 33.
Wyatt, whose feud with Owens took a turn for the worse after Owens was eliminated from the WWE Championship picture, will return at WrestleManias 33 on March 25 to face Owens for the Intertitles.