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Height: 6 foot 2
Weight: 235 pounds
From: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Finishing Move: Un-Prettier
Career Highlights: Intercontinental Champion; World Tag Team Champion; Light Heavyweight Champion; Hardcore Champion; European Champion

Christian made his WWE debut in 1997. His first match set the tone for his remarkable career, as he won the WWE Light Heavyweight Championship.

Originally part of the Brood, Christian soon decided to partner with Edge and compete in the tag-team division. At WrestleMania 2000, the two etched their place in history by defeating the Hardy Boyz and Dudleys in a thrilling Ladder Match for the World Tag Team Championship. This would not be their last, as they went on to win the Tag Team titles a remarkable seven times. When he joined the Un-Americans in 2002, he won it twice more, once with Lance Storm, and then later won it one more time with Chris Jericho.

In addition to his tag-team success, Christian has flourished as a single performer. At WrestleMania X8, he captured the Hardcore Championship. On September 23, 2001, he defeated Edge for his first Intercontinental Championship. Christian’s second Intercontinental Championship reign came on May 18, 2003, at Judgment Day, when he won a Battle Royal featuring past Intercontinental Champions. The third time was when he took it from Booker T in August 2003, a month after Booker and won it from him.

In early 2004, Christian stole Chris Jericho’s love interest, Trish Stratus, and secured bodyguard Tyson Tomko to serve as an enforcer. Although neither move endeared him to the fans, Christian could care less. As his opponents have found out, underestimating his talent and will to win can be costly. Surely, it’s only a matter of time before he can claim the one championship he wants most: The World Heavyweight Championship. (excerpt from WWE.com)

My Prediction: I think he will soon return to refuel his fued with Chris Jericho and compete for the rest of the year as a second tier competitor.