In March 2017 Credible found himself in legal trouble when he was arrested for disorderly conduct and threatening in the second degree in a domestic dispute with his wife Jill Marie Polaco. However the idea changed to the "Portuguese Man O' War" character since he didn't like soccer.  Credible successfully defended the title against Dreamer in the third Stairway to Hell match between the duo at Heat Wave. He was released from his contract on June 5, 2006.  He received another opportunity for the title against Corino and Sandman in a Tables, Ladders, Chairs and Canes match at the company's final pay-per-view Guilty as Charged, where Sandman won the title. Polaco befriended The Kliq, an influential group of upper card wrestlers, after Razor Ramon offered to mentor him. , Polaco was rehired by World Wrestling Entertainment in June 2006.
Corino and Credible eliminated Sandman and Lynn respectively and then Corino defeated Credible to win the title. He defeated Lynn at the final Hardcore Homecoming event in a Steel Cage match. Along with Lance Storm, he won the ECW World Tag Team Championships twice and defeated Tommy Dreamer to win the ECW World Heavyweight Championship in April 2000. , After spending nearly two years in the WWF as an enhancement talent, Polaco was hired by Pat Patterson to a full-time contract in late 1994. He also was to time ECW world tag team Champion with partner Lance Storm Also known as the Impact Players. Upon winning the World Heavyweight Championship, Credible vacated his half of the World Tag Team Championship and berated his mentor and tag team partner Lance Storm, leading to a rivalry between the two. Credible faced Matt Tremont in a winning effort at CZW show in August 2016. Polaco defeated Dreamer to win the title after Dreamer's valet Francine turned on Dreamer.
 From this point, Francine became Credible's valet. On the Raw brand, Credible wrestled mostly on Sunday Night Heat and lost many singles matches he was in, but managed to become an eight-time Hardcore Champion. He speaks Portuguese fluently. He has appeared several times for Ring of Honor, where he was a member of The Carnage Crew, and for Xtreme Pro Wrestling, where he feuded with Shane Douglas. , In the midst of his rivalry with Tommy Dreamer, Polaco aligned himself with his mentor Lance Storm after the duo lost a three-way dance against Dreamer at House Party.  Credible defeated Jerry Lynn by debuting a new finisher called That's Incredible.
, Impact Players continued their rivalry with Raven and Dreamer as they began pursuing the ECW World Tag Team Championship.
 Later that year, he won the World Heavyweight Championship at CyberSlam and held it for five months.
X-Pac and Polaco tried several times to win the Tag Team Championship, but were unsuccessful. His parents emigrated to the United States from Portugal three years before he was born. His mask drew criticism by fellow wrestlers, who called it a "jockstrap".
He was the first person in the match and the last one eliminated. Polaco retired on November 20, 2015, after facing long-time rival Tommy Dreamer at a Pro Wrestling Syndicate event. Jill Marie is on Facebook. In WWF/WWE, he was an eight-time WWF/E Hardcore Champion, as well as a former Intercontinental Champion. At the Hardcore Heaven pay-per-view, Credible was scheduled to defend the title against Dreamer and Storm in a three-way dance but he refused to defend the title against anyone except Storm and threatened to throw the World Heavyweight Championship.  Storm and Credible continued to feud with Dreamer until the duo formed a tag team at Crossing the Line called The Impact Players. He headlined the company's flagship event November to Remember twice. Credible first began working in the WWF as an enhancement talent in 1993 and signed a full-time contract with the company in 1994 where he wrestled as Aldo Montoya.
On March 29, 2009 he became the Big Time Wrestling Champion, defeating "Hurricane" John Walters with Ric Flair as special guest referee, but Credible was stripped of the title in August of the same year. I hate to sound cliché, but when you're sober, good things start happening.".  The feud with Dreamer and Douglas ended when Douglas left the company in mid-1999. Polaco remained on the Company's "B" shows, forming a team with Raven, until Team Alliance lost at Survivor Series. , Justin is also the topic of an upcoming documentary The Price of Fame which also includes Ted DiBiase and Sean Waltman. Peter and his wife Jill Marie Polaco née Jurecki were married on June 4, 1997. , Polaco received the biggest push of his career at the CyberSlam event on April 22, when he and Jason attacked rival Tommy Dreamer and Raven after Dreamer defeated Taz to win the ECW World Heavyweight Championship. All rights reserved. Today, I weigh 230 — pretty healthy, in my opinion. Credible defended the title against Storm in a singles match, during which he injured Storm's valet Dawn Marie with a That's Incredible. In 1997 he was sent to ECW as part of a talent exchange between the two promotions and found success with his new Justin Credible heel persona. It was hard to hold out but I am at the point where I need the money. , Polaco traveled to Alberta in 1992 to train at the Hart Brothers Training Camp, nominally run by Keith Hart.  Throughout this time, Montoya became more of a lower card wrestler and even asked for his release in 1997 when he was only being booked twice a month.