Hancock started off his career training in the Revolution Pro Rudos Dojo. He would make his professional debut in November 2002 in the "Fight For The Revolution" Battle Royal, under the ring name Chris Bosh. Bosh started his career as a clean cut babyface but would soon turn heel and join up with Rising Son and Disco Machine to form the Aggressive Thrill Attraction (A.T.A.), in Revolution Pro Wrestling. They feuded with The Aerial Xpress (Scorpio Sky and Quicksilver) as well as Super Dragon. Chris Bosh would go on to defeat Super Dragon for the Mexican Lucha Libre Heavyweight Championship, RPW's main title. He would remain champion until the company's final show, where he lost the championship to Top Gun Talwar.