Brock Lesnar won the world heavyweight championship at the age of 24
Who ever is the champion now owns it.
No because he has left wwe.
Yes Jeff Hardy has been world heavyweight champion but it was only for about three to five minutes.He won the world heavyweight title at wwe extreme rules paperview 2009.Jeff beat edge to become world heavyweight champion in a ladder match but after the match cm punk cashed in money in the bank and beat Jeff.So Yes Jeff has been world heavyweight championYes Jeff Has Held Theworld heavyweight championship belt twice
yes at wrestlemania 22
He was world heavyweight boxing champion from 1952 until his retirement in '56.
Well there are several weight divisions in which the first champion was white, but the first ever white UFC champion was Mark Coleman who became the first ever UFC undisputed heavyweight champion of the world on Februrary 7th, 1997 at UFC 12.
Ali was the first three time world heavyweight champion.
Yes, he's been it twice
from the starting of wwe the undertaker has been heavyweight champion.
He is a 4 time WWE Champion, a one time World Heavyweight Champion and one time WCW Champion in WWE.
In my opinion yes. kane has been wwe champion and ecw champion but i think yes to the world championship.
Iron Mike Tyson was the youngest heavy weight champion ever at 20 years old.
No he was not but he was us champ and heavyweight champion but not intercontinetal
Randy Orton was the youngest World Heavyweight Champion
Chris Jericho beat The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin to combine the wwf world heavyweight championship, european championship, and cruiserweight championships to create the current wwe world heavyweight champion. As of March 15 2012 Daniel Bryan holds this title
Yes as of curently right now John Cena is the world heavyweight champion. John Cena is going to defend his title against Jbl (John Bradshaw Layfield) at the Royal Rumble. (January 25)
Yes. Once He is a full 100% he will definitely go for the heavyweight championship that Edge stole from him at Backlash with the help of Big Show
Jack Johnson the 1st ever Black Heavyweight Champion
Twice world heavyweight champion, and the oldest to ever win the title aged 45 (Holyfield recently won a "lesser" title at 47 though).
no He has been champion since April 13, 2008
He was the first ever FTW (F**k the World) ECW (Extreme Championship Wrestling) Heavyweight Champion, and he won 13 belts before he joined the WWF/E (3 time ECW World Heavyweight Champion, 2 time FTW ECW Heavyweight Champion, 3 time ECW World Tag Team Champion, 2 time ECW Television Champion, a 1 time IWCCW [International World Class Championship Wrestling] Light Heavyweight Champion, a 1 time CWA [Century Wrestling Alliance] Light Heavyweight Champion and [disputed] an Empire States Heavyweight Champion in amateur wrestling. He technically also has 14, due to being an ECW Triple Crown Champion. The Triple Crown is counted as his 13th, as the WWF then nullified his third ECW World Tag Team Championship reign). So, in short, FTW is for the championship he created and 13 is for the titles he's won.
Mike Tyson was the youngest man to ever win a heavyweight boxing title but Floyd Patterson is the youngest ever undisputed world champion, though Patterson never fought in the multi commission ruled era of the WBC, WBA, & IBF.
George Foreman was 46 when he was still the IBF Heavyweight Champion, and he was 48 years old when he was still the WBU Champion of the World. Archie Moore W15 Glulio Rinaldi-47 years old, Light Heavyweight (1961). Boxrec and other sources have him born on December 13, 1916, which would have made him 44, not 47.
Marciano had the shortest reach for a heavyweight champion ever (68 inches). He was also one of the smallest heavyweight champions ever. He stood 5'11 tall.