Turk is the youngest of four children, and his father is also a professional wrestler.
As a kid, he was constantly looking to his dad for advice on things, like wrestling and boxing.
“Dad would always tell me how to perform better, and how to improve my skills, which is why I started wrestling,” Turk told the New York Times.
“I would tell him, ‘If you see a fight like this, then don’t go in, and stay home.'”
His father also taught him to be humble, and he also got him to play the piano.
“When I was a little kid, I played the piano in my room,” he said.
“Dad used to sit down and sing ‘Amazing Grace’ to me when I was little.”
Turk’s dad, who died in 2008, was known as a hard worker who worked hard and did his part.
He also got his son to love basketball, which he’s still doing to this day.
Turk was also known for his love of music, and while he did have a band named Turk-L, he’s also known to have a very close relationship with his father.