Justin Credible was also part of the Kliq, a highly influential group of wrestlers backstage at the World Wrestling Federation, consisting of Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and Sean Waltman (X-Pac). Along with Lance Storm, who trained him in Canada in Stu Hart's Hart Dungeon alongside the latter, he formed a highly successful tag team in ECW known as the Impact Players.
He started in the WWF under Aldo Montoya's Ring Name and remained there until 1997 when he moved to Extreme Championship Wrestling, where he remained until 2001.
He then returned to the WWF during the Alliance vs. Team WWF feud. Since 2007, Credible has wrestled on the independent circuits and also made a TNA appearance against Raven at the Genesis PPV in a loss. Credible returned once again to WWE where he was briefly on the ECW roster. In 2010 he participated in Hardcore Justice losing against Steven Richards.