Former WWE Superstar Chris Masters Saves Mother from Burning House

Hector Diaz@@iamhectordiazAnalyst IMarch 20, 2013

via WWE.com
via WWE.com

No one can escape the masterlock—not even a raging fire. 

According to TMZ, former WWE superstar Chris Masters, whose real name is Chris Mordetzky, saved his mother from a burning house. 

An uncle notified Masters that a neighbor had locked himself in his mother's Los Angeles home and threatened to burn the place down if anyone tried to come inside. After some negotiating, Masters decided to call the police. 

It was at that point that the neighbor started setting the house on fire. But rather than waiting for someone else, Masters sprang into action to save his mother.

Masters pulled a tree from the ground and tossed it through a window. He, along with local police officers, were able to get Masters’ mother to safety.

Masters tweeted about the situation and provided photos of the burned house as well. 

There is no information as to why the neighbor barricaded himself in mama Masters' home, but he is now under custody.

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One thing's for sure, mama Masters must be very proud of her son. 

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