Former ECW Champion and WWE talent Justin Credible announced his plans to retire this November on a Twitter post.

Credible posted a photo to his Twitter this weekend informing fans that his last match would be against fellow ECW original Tommy Dreamer. Successful independent wrestling promotion Pro Wrestling Syndicate will play host to the match on November 20.

Credible noted to promoters that he would fulfill any obligations that he had left. Credible had exited the wrestling scene briefly before returning in 2013.

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The 41-year old Credible broke into wrestling in 1992 after traveling to Canada to train at the famed Hart Family Dungeon. He was signed by WWE in 1994 after appearing on several shows as PJ Walker. Credible was then given an infamous Aldo Montoya gimmick.

Credible asked for his release in 1997, and was allowed to go to Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he flourished, and would go on to become ECW World Champion, as well as a two-time ECW Tag Team champion.

Credible would two more stints in WWE, from 2001-2003, and for a couple of months in 2006 under the revived ECW brand. Credible was also a part of the TNA roster in 2003, as well as appearances in 2005 and 2010. Outside of that, he's not appeared on the national wrestling scene other than WWE Network interviews. He did, however, have a successful Youtube series, Pro Wrestling 101.