Height: 5 foot 10
Weight: 220 pounds
From: The Caribbean
Signature Move: Backstabber
Career Highlights: WWE Tag Team Champion; Intercontinental Champion; United States Champion; host of "Carlito's Cabana"
Associates: Primo Colon
WWE Debut: Nov. 2004
Entrance Video: WATCH

The WWE Tag Team Champion Carlito spits in the face of people who don't want to be cool, and apparently, many WWE Superstars fall into the category.

Exceptionally opinionated and full of himself, the second-generation Superstar (who is the son of the legendary Carlos Colon) projects quite the smooth demeanor. Armed with an apple in hand, Carlito isn't afraid to unload a mouthful of apple and spit it into your face if you’re not cool enough in his eyes.

Of course, WWE Superstars haven't taken well to Carlito’s cooler-than-thou attitude, which has oozed from the Caribbean native since his dramatic debut in October 2004, when he defeated John Cena for the United States Championship in his very first night on SmackDown.

Carlito found his voice in his own show when "Carlito’s Cabana" debuted in 2005. Irritating and disrespectful to countless Superstars on the Cabana, Carlito maintained his spot as one of the most loathed Superstars on SmackDown.

Fate brought the cool customer and his Cabana to Raw through the Draft Lottery in June 2005, and Carlito made an impact from the get-go. In his first Raw match, the Bad Apple won the Intercontinental Championship from Shelton Benjamin. He would lose the title to Ric Flair at Unforgiven later that year.

By way of the 2008 WWE Draft, Carlito returned anew to SmackDown, teaming up his emerging younger brother Primo to capture the WWE Tag Team Championships.

Carlito is full of potential that has yet to be fully realized. Maybe there is a World Championship in his future. For Carlito, there’s no doubt that – that would be cool.