Debut and DominationEdit
Chris would debut as a Heel in January 2011 defeating local athleates until he challenged for the HCW Extreme Championship in Febuary but would fail.He would then take a hiatus. On the March 12,2011 edition of HCW Inferno Chris would make his debut for that show attacking the debuting Edge backstage.
Face Turn and DepartureEdit
Masters would later turn Face after being attacked twice by the debuting Tyler Reks. After months of inactivity, Masters would be drafted to Raw, and would have several non-high profile matches against MVP and Carlito before taking a hiatus over the summer. In August Masters would team with The Undertaker in a losing effort against Justin Gabriel and Zack Ryder after Undertaker was distracted by The Miz. 8 nights later on Raw, Masters would announce his contract with WWE had expired but got one last chance against the title at Destination Death PPV against Vince and Creed Masters has to win the match to get a new contract. At Destination Death, Masters failed in winning the title as Vince cheated by hitting Masters with a wrench.
Masters would announce he would sign back with WWE joining ECW Revival as a heel joining the ECN. After the disbandement of the ECN, Masters would start a feud with Bobby Lashley. MAsters would then be made a dual branded superstar with RAW.
After returning to RAW SuperShow as a heel, he returned to using The Masterpiece" by Jim Johnson as his entrance music.