Justin Credible by Rob Schamberger © 2013 Rob. All rights reserved.

Justin Credible

Justin Credible painting by Rob Schamberger

Acrylic and spray on 24″ x 24″ wood

Justin Credible is a wrestler who, through hard work and skill, managed to carve out a spot in the business at a time that it was dominated by giants. After being trained at the legendary Hart Dungeon, Credible aka Peter Polaco was signed by the WWF and debuted as Aldo Montoya, the Portugese Man O’ War. He worked there through the mid-90’s before leaving for ECW, where he was repackaged as Justin Credible. In the Land of Extreme he had a singles feud with Tommy Dreamer before joining with Lance Storm to for the tag team the Impact Players. They held tag team gold before he got a shot at the ECW World Title, defeating Dreamer for the belt.

When ECW folded, he returned to WWF/WWE, forming a stable with X-Pac and Albert as the X-Factor. He would leave that group to join the Alliance during the WCW/ECW Invasion angle. He then largely competed on Heat, making some Raw appearances before again leaving the company in 2003. He then hustled on the independent circuit, while also appearing for TNA and Ring of Honor. In 2006 he briefly returned to WWE when they relaunched the ECW brand before again returning to the independents.

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