Trivia: WMAC Masters

  • Actor Allusion: Just about everything about "Superstar" Ho Sung Pak is meant to remind you that he played Liu Kang; not only did his fighting gear resemble a Palette Swap of Liu Kang's, he used the same Bruce Lee kiais even though his specialty was said to be Kung Fu and not Jun Fan, and even his picture on the Versus Character Splash was of him doing the pose for Liu Kang's fireball. Fortunately it only went that far, with Pak's character written presumably closer to his real personality.
  • Cast the Expert: Basically the whole point of the show; what better way to cast a show about a fictional martial arts league than with real martial artists?
  • Hey, It's That Guy!:
    • Several Power Rangers stunt actors are featured in this show. The second season has Michael Chaturantabut (The Wizard), who would become a Power Ranger himself, as Chad Lee/Blue Lightspeed Ranger.
    • Hakim Alston (The Machine) Ho-Sung Pak (Superstar) and Chris Cassamassa (Red Dragon) are also tied to the Mortal Kombatverse: Superstar portrayed Liu Kang in the first two games and Shang Tsung in the first one; The Machine was the first guy to die in the tournament in the movie, after losing to Liu Kangnote ; and Red Dragon portrayed Scorpion in the movie and the TV series Conquest.
    • Taimak aka "Bruce" Leroy Green had a cameo in one episode as a disgraced ex-Master thrown out for lying about being part-Aztec.
    • New York radio sports commentator/WWF product shiller and irritant of wrestling fans everywhere Todd Pettengill cameos in a flashback, broadcasting directions for Olympus as part of a scavenger hunt across the Big Apple during his radio show.
  • Real-Life Relative: Superstar and Star Warrior are brothers (Ho Sung Pak and Ho Young Pak, respectively) and are acknowledged as such in the show.
  • Keep Circulating the Tapes: Unfortunately, there hasn't been any kind of video release since it first aired, and even then it was only three tapes holding one episode each, and this doesn't seem to be changing any time soon. However, a dedicated fan did manage to tape every episode and uploaded all of them to YouTube.
  • Unrelated Brothers: Warlock and Wizard are not related in real life. The trope is also inverted with Cyclone and Black Widow who are siblings in real life but are not acknowledged as such on the show.
  • Written-In Infirmity: Wanna know why Jukido attacking Panther was entirely offscreen? During the filming of a fight in the first season, Erik Betts broke his hip when he landed on it the wrong way and had to leave the show.