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The title says it all. Plus, to help people to figure out what Pokemon to catch with the Heavy Ball if one of these Pokemon is in their game. ;-)

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Similar questions (Linked below) have been asked before, although I'm not sure if they make this question against the rules, as those questions ask for just the heaviest Pokemon, and this question asks for the ten heaviest Pokemon. Also, some of those questions are outdated. I'll go ahead and flag this for moderator attention.
https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/105616/who-is-the-lightest-heaviest-tallest-and-smallest-pokemon?show=105616#q105616
https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/222995/what-is-the-heaviest-pokemon-ever?show=222995#q222995
https://pokemondb.net/pokebase/258332/what-are-the-6-heaviest-pokemon?show=258332#q258332
Ok sure, no problem, I'm a stickler for the rules, unless I don't know they exist. ;-p
It's just that when I typed in the title, it didn't show me the questions you listed, so I assumed it wasn't asked yet.

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As of the 7th Generation of Pokémon, here are the top 10 heaviest:

Cosmoem, Primal Groudon, and Celesteela are tied for the heaviest with a weight of 2,204.4 lbs.

Groudon is the 2nd heaviest and weighs 2,094.4 lbs.

Mega Metagross is the 3rd heaviest and weighs 2,078.7 lbs.

Mudsdale is the 4th heaviest and weighs 2,028.3 lbs.

Guzzlord is the 5th heaviest and weighs 1,957.7 lbs.

Stakataka is the 6th heaviest and weighs 1,807.8 lbs.

Altered Forme Giratina is the 7th heaviest and weighs 1,653.5 lbs.

Mega Steelix is the 8th heaviest and weighs 1,631.4 lbs.

Dialga is the 9th heaviest and weighs 1,505.8 lbs.

Origin Forme Giratina is the 10th heaviest and weighs 1433 lbs.


For the Heavy Ball, here are the modifiers for SM:

-20 if used on Pokémon weighing at most 220.2 lbs.
No modifier if used on Pokémon weighing between 220.5 lbs and 440.7 lbs.
+20 if used on Pokémon weighing between 440.9 lbs. and 661.2 lbs.
+30 if used on Pokémon weighing at least 661.4 lbs.

(So, if you use a heavy ball on one of these Pokémon listed above, there is a great chance that it'll go in it.)

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Surprising how Cosmoem is so heavy. Maybe because of its relation to black holes? Either way, thanks a lot!
Actually, it is based on a protostar, which has so much mass in such a confined space. Guzzlord is the one based on blackholes.