Ajmed Johnson

Top 5 black man who became WWE champions

WWE has been around us since 1963, which is counted as a long duration. During all these years, there is long list of champions in WWE’s history. List of WWE champions include white, Italian, Canadian, Mexican, Samoan and half black and half Samoan guy. Is this satisfactory and fair enough? Well Big NO!And while we are on this topic, why we cannot see any Asian guys in list. Yokozuna pretended to me Asian while he was Samoan guy. With the passage of time, it was becoming obvious and ridiculous that WWE never had any blank WWE champion. But this trend was over with time.Here is list of Top 5 black man who became WWE champions.

Mark Henry:

WWE-Mark-Henry

Mark Jerrold Henry was born in 1971. He is an American Olympic HeavyWeight lifter.Strong man and power lifter too. He is professional wrestler and currently he is assigned to WWE. Mark lives in Austin Texas. His Ring name is Markswoggle. He was guided by Loe Burke, Hart Wrestling famil and Lewis Hotchin.

He won several weightlighting championships in USA.In 1991, US National junior Weightlifting Championships, USA weightlifting American open Championships. In 1993 and 1994, he took part in US Olympic festival championship.

He started his career in WWE in 1996.In 2001-2002, he took part in Ohio Valley Wrestling , he also made in contributions for strongman competitions. In 2006, he took part in world HeavyWeight Championship.

In 2013, he won WWE championship title at Bank Of Money against John Cena.

New Jack:

New jack

His birth name was Jerome young. He was born in 1963 in Greensboro, North Carolina. He started professional wrestling career in 1992 in Memphis. In 1998, New jack took part in ECW event i.e. Extreme Championship wrestling.In 2013, he announced his retirement news from Professional wrestling, but later then in 2015 , he returned back to wrestling. He also wrestled for NCA events in 2003 and 2004. He was Extreme championship wrestling’s tag team champion for three times.

During his fight with Vic Grimes, he suffered from severe injury during the fight that caused blindness in one eye. That was extremely heart breaking and shocking news for all of his fans.

 Montel Vontavious Porter:

Montel Vontavious Porter

His birth name was Alvin Burke Jr. He was born in 1973 at Liberty city Miami, Florida US. He is professional American wrestler with known ring name as Montel Porter. He started his professional career in wrestling in 2001. He spent around 18 and half years at prison because he was accused of robbery and kidnapping which he started at age of 16 with name a graffiti gang. In prison he was turned to Islam and decided to change his name to according to Islam .Now his name is Hassan Hamin Assad. He was trained by Soulman Alex G and Norman Smiley for wrestling.

He became WWE wrestling champion for two times after lots of unsuccessful turns. He also won one award for Tag team Champion with Matt Hardy.

Shelton Benjamin:

shelton

His birth name was Shelton James Benjamin. He was born in 1975 at Orangeburg, South Carolina. He is also known as Shelton Benjamin X in the ring. He was trained by Ohio Valley Wrestling team. He started his career at Ohio Valley wrestling in 2000. He won Ohio Valley wrestling Championship title with Brock Lesnar and Redd Dogg. He won OVW southern Tag Team title for four times.

He won WWE intercontinental championship award three times. WWE tag team award two times with Charlie Hass. And He won WWE united state Championship title one time.Currently he is ring team champion of Ring of Honor World Tag Team.

Ahmed Johnson:

Ajmed Johnson

His birth name was Anthony Tony Norris. He was born in 1963 at Lake Alfred Florida. He started his career as Dallas cowboys in 2000-2001. He started his professional wrestling career in 1989.He was asked to WWF in 1995.

He became intercontinental champion at 1996 by defeating Goldust at King of the ring. He was first African American wrestling champion. In 1999, he signed a contract with WCW i.e. World champion Wrestling. In 1996, he won Kuwait Cup.

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