Former WWE Celebrity Chris Masters has revealed some elements of his coaching to grow to be knowledgeable wrestler that didn’t go to plan.
On the most recent episode of Inside SKoop with Dr. Chris Featherstone, The Masterpiece went into element on the early years of his wrestling journey, together with the time he spent at Final Professional Wrestling. This was the identical promotion that was frequented by many younger up-and-coming professional wrestlers, together with a younger John Cena.
Here’s what Chris Masters needed to say on his time in UPW:
“Lots of people got here out of UPW… Nevertheless it was a who’s-who after I first acquired there round that point… and all people had a glance, is what it got here right down to. I used to be solely fifteen, perhaps sixteen years outdated on the time. So I had no enterprise even being there. And that’s why I ultimately ended up getting injured and I took a few years off to mature and concentrate on my conditioning and all that stuff.”
It is clear that Chris Masters would shake off these early points as he would go on to have a really profitable profession in WWE and the trade as an entire.
Chris Masters was impressed by different stars who visited UPW
Throughout his time in coaching to grow to be a professional wrestler, Chris Masters says he was all the time excited to see recognizable names cease by to supply some real-life expertise. One such identify that Chris Masters talked about was that of Rob Van Dam. The ECW icon would take pleasure in a stellar profession and would seize the WWE Championship at ECW: One Night time Stand 2006.
“It was like a who’s-who man. Sylvester Terkay, Lisa Marie I believe got here out of there. Simply so many… RVD popped in. I do not forget that fairly vividly as a result of it’s superior, particularly whenever you’re new to the enterprise, to see a man like that.”
You may watch the complete clip between Dr. Chris Featherstone and Chris Masters right here:
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Printed 17 Feb 2021, 00:35 IST