Thomas Train, a former WWE and WWE Superstar, has been promoting his new “dirty” training mask for more than a year.
The mask features a wide array of training gear that includes a full size, foam-filled training set, gloves, and a full-size, foam foam-covered training ring.
Thomas is also releasing a new collection of his classic training masks.
Tightening up his style, Thomas has also started a new series of training videos on YouTube.
The series of videos, titled “The Dirtiest Training Set,” is designed to show how Thomas trains while wearing the mask.
In the videos, Thomas trains barefoot and with gloves on, and is also shown doing his daily exercises.
“I want people to see the dirty, dirty training,” Thomas said in a recent interview.
“You want to get the sweat off and the training, the dirty training.
This is the dirty part of my game.”
Thomas says he has been training for this new training mask since January of this year.
“Every week, I’m like, ‘Wow, I can actually do this,'” Thomas said.
“I’m like: ‘I’ve been training in this style for a long time.’
It’s hard to do without.
I’m working every day and I’m trying to be like a professional.
But I’m not doing it the old way.”
Thomas said he has recently been doing some conditioning on the mask and is “trying to work on the edges” of his body to be able to be more comfortable with the mask, which he will eventually wear.
Thomas is the owner of The Dirtiest Gear Company, a clothing company in Florida.
The company has been making training masks since 2002.
The first version of the mask was designed for former WWE Superstars like Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Paul Heyman.
The mask is made from a proprietary foam that is created from synthetic fibers.
Thomas says that the mask can be worn all day, and will even help prevent injuries to the face.
“It can actually stop the swelling and the bleeding of the nose and ear and the throat,” Thomas told Newsweek.
“It’s a great, safe mask.
It really makes you feel comfortable.”
Thomas also told Newsweek that he has not worn the mask for much longer, but that he plans to do so soon.
“My next step is to try and get one made and put it on my face in a few weeks,” Thomas added.
“The next step for me is to do some more training on it.”
Thomas has not had any serious injuries to his face, but has been wearing the helmet to protect himself from the elements.
He told Newsweek he has experienced some bumps and bruises on his face but that these were minor.
Thomas said that his “Dirty Training” mask will cost $140 to make.