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CHRIS SABIN


REAL NAME: Joshua Harter
RING NAME: Chris Sabin
BIRTHDAY: February 4, 1982
HOME: Detroit, Michigan
HEIGHT: 5'10"
WEIGHT: 205 lbs.
TNA DEBUT: April 2003
FINISHING MOVE: Cradleshock/Hail Sabin

Chris Sabin used to work for Impact Wrestling and he also takes time to work in other independent wrestling organizations. Chris Sabin was one of TNA's most charismatic assets, which has also made him one of the best X-Divison Superstars in the wrestling industry. He does know about our site dedicated to him & fully supports us. Thank you so much Chris Sabin.


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Ring of Honor’s Chris Sabin has had a career that has
spanned nearly two decades. As a former X-division champion,
tag team champion and heavyweight champion in Impact Wrestling
he has run the gauntlet of wrestling achievements. However,
since his transition to Ring of Honor, Sabin has reunited his old
tag team with Alex Shelley, the Motor City Machine Guns.
But certainly isn’t one to rest on his laurels.

During our discussion, Sabin shared how committed he is to
his craft, and how, after competing for as long as he has,
injury has slowed him down a bit. It hasn’t stopped him, however.
Sabin continues to push the boundaries, demonstrating athleticism
against everyone and anyone in North America and the world.
He is a part of New Japan Pro Wrestling Best of the Super Juniors
tournament, has big plans for the tournament and is excited
for what it could mean for him. Along with his
passion for professional wrestling, Sabin shares his
love of music and video games as well. His future is as
bright as it ever was, as he is surrounded by family, friends
and still has his desire to succeed driving him forward.



For your early training, Scott D’Amore is credited with training
you as part of Border City Wrestling. What can you say from that
learning experience that you carry with you today?

I wouldn’t be where I am in wrestling today if it wasn’t for Scott.
Scott helped me out so much in the early parts in my career.
I met Jeff Jarrett through Scott D’Amore. I met Simon Diamond,
who got me into the Super 8 tournament back in 2003. Basically,
Scott really helped me out with connections and getting my name out there.
I give Scott a lot of credit for that.

The school I first started off at back in Michigan was the NWA Great
Lakes pro wrestling school, which ended up shutting down after
a few months. That is when my buddy Amazing Nate took me
over to Scott D’Amore’s school and introduced me to him.
I then started to go there every week. I basically finished my training there.
I learned not just the fundamentals of headlocks and locking
up and taking bumps, I learned more about how to work.


For a number of Ring of Honor talent that return to the company,
it is much like coming home again. How would you compare your
first period of time with the company to your second?

Well I was never really with the company consistently,
I did one off shots here and there starting in 2003. I was never
really an actual Ring of Honor guy until I signed with them in 2016.
I have been in there between 2003 and 2004 and 2008, 2010,
so I have been able to be somewhat of a witness to the growing of the
company throughout the years. Each time I showed up, the company
was growing and growing, and to see where they are today compared
to where they were when I started back in 2003,
it has just been some amazing growth.

I think that one of the things that makes Ring of Honor
unique is that the talent has always been extremely hungry and
always had this drive to prove themselves. It is a very
competitive locker room, let’s just say that, for sure I will
definitely say that. I feel that it has always been. If you
look at the talent that has come through Ring of Honor over the years,
you obviously have to be at the top of your game, you can’t
just be an average talent guy. You have to be extremely good
at what you do and extremely talented in pro wrestling to be able
to have a spot in Ring of Honor, and it has always been like that.

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