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Christopher "Chris" Mordetsky (born January 8, 1983) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters, who is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment performing on its Smackdown! brand.
Mordetsky competed in amateur bodybuilding in California and began his wrestling training in Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW), before being given a development contract to train in WWE's farm territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW).
When Mordetsky was finally called up to the main roster, WWE showed promo style introductory videos outlining him as The Masterpiece — touting him as having a body so perfect, it would appear he was sculpted out of stone.
At the start of 2007, Masters would restart his feud with Carlito which would lead to several matches between the two. The first was a one-on-one contest at New Year's Revolution ; which Masters won. In a rematch the next night on RAW, Carlito came out victorious.
On the January 15 edition of RAW , Ron Simmons, with interference from Super Crazy, almost became the third superstar to "win" the Master Lock Challenge. However, it would have not counted and still considered unbroken as it was not achieved by the wrestler alone. On an interesting note, Masters was not even able to apply it to The Great Khali due to Khali's size.
The Master Lock was finally (and officially) broken on the March 19 edition of RAW by ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley. After Lashley broke the Master Lock, the Master Lock Challenge was cancelled.
On the May 7 edition of RAW , Masters had the distinction of being the first challenger for Santino Marella's newly-won WWE Intercontinental Championship. Masters unfortunately was unable to defeat the newcomer, losing via a roll-up. On the May 14 edition of RAW , he lost yet again to Santino Marella, but on the May 28 edition of RAW , he faced Marella in his own Masterlock Challenge and actually won for the first time against Santino. On the June 4 edition of RAW , Masters was once again defeated by Santino by a roll-up pin. This match turned out to be his last match as a part of RAW.
On June 11 edition of RAW , Chris Masters was drafted from RAW to SmackDown! as part of the 2007 WWE Draft as a result of the referee's decision to declare Mike Mizanin as the winner of the match when Gene Snitsky refused to obey the referee's orders after the match.