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Who is the WWE champion right now?

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As of March 2014, the current WWE World Heavyweight champion is Randy Orton. At the very young age of 33, Randy is already a veteran in the wrestling business and has earned the reputation of being a heel.

Randy Orton comes from St. Louis, Mo., and is the son of "Cowboy" Bob Orton. He is billed as weighing 235 pounds, and his height is 6 feet 5 inches. He is currently on his eighth reign with the WWE title. He has also carried the World Heavyweight title four times, as well as the WWE Tag Team titles with the retired Edge and the Intercontinental title.

Sources:

  1. randy-orton.com

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