Former WWE superstar Chris Masters has revealed some aspects of his training to become a professional wrestler that were not yet planned. On the final episode of Inside SKoop with Dr. Chris Featherston, The Masterpiece took up the details in the early years of his wrestling journey. , Including his time spent at Ultimate Pro Wrestling. This was the same promotion that was frequented by many rising professional wrestlers, including young John Cena. And this is what Chris Masters said in his time in UPW: “Lots of people got out of UPW … but who was who when I got there at that time for the first time … and everyone had a look, that’s what it came in. Only fifteen years old, maybe sixteen at the time. So I didn’t have a job until there. Which is why I eventually got injured, and I took a two-year vacation to mature and focus on my conditioning and all that stuff. ”Obviously, Chris Masters He would get rid of these early issues as he would go on to have a very successful career in WWE and the industry as a whole. Inspired by other stars who visited UPWD during his training to become a professional wrestler, Chris Masters says he’s always excited to see well-known names stop by to come up with some real ones. -Experience life. One such name that Chris Masters mentioned was Rob Van Damme. The ECW icon would enjoy a stellar career and would win the WWE Championship at ECW: One Night Stand 2006. “It was more like a man who he is. I think Sylvester Turkay and Lisa Marie got out of there. Just a lot … RVD popped in. I remember that vividly because it’s awesome, Especially when you are new to work, to see a guy like that. ”You can see the full clip between Dr. Chris Featherston and Chris Masters here: If there are any quotes from this clip use please give H / T to SK Wrestling. Posted on February 17, 2021, 00:35 GMT.