"The WWE and Sean Waltman, aka X-Pac, have mutually agreed to part ways. Personally, Sean is one of my all-time favorite people in our business and one hell of a talented in-ring performer. I truly wish him nothing but success in the future."
Originally posted by rlbehanI wonder how Triple H feels about this. Did Vince clear this decision with him?
He just found out live on WWE Byte This. Heh, he said X-Pac has some problems and he hope to see him sort them out so he can come back soon. I'm sure he's going to go on a rampage and sledgehammer Jericho's head off as soon as he's off the air
Goodbye X-Pac, you'll be missed...I think.
"In a related note, millions of gamers have just shit their pants." -Billy from Planet GameCube after confirming the Nintendo/Square deal with NCL
Come on, I mean, X-Pac was annoying, but how good of a heel are you if you can get all the SMARTS to hate you too? I mean, aside from Kurt Angle, I am not sure anyone had more natural heel heat than Pac....
Craig Reade "Pool Boy" Chris Jericho stole my beard. That is right, I had it first.
I enojoyed X-Pac, but it is probably time that he and the WWE part ways. He put on a lot of really good matches, was in some of the biggest angles, and was the first big name to jump from WCW to the WWE in what many call the turning point of the Monday Night Wars. Sometimes I wish the WWE would do this more often with stale talent.
These commercials are superfine because they pay for the production costs of putting CHRIS MOTHERFUCKING BENOIT on my GODDAMN TV SCREEN! I will GO GREYHOUND! I am thinking OUTSIDE THE BUN! – Dean Rasmussen 8/1/2002 Smackdown Workrate Report
Finally there is some justice in the world. Im wondering what the hell took them so long to do this. I laugh my ass off thinking of his "Im a main event guy that draws money" comments he made after he joined NWO a few months back.
p.s. Somebody grab Euclid by the collar and tell him to come back here and edit his post!
When a chicken in this neighborhood gets angry, it will chase you down...
For a wrestling documentary, it's no "Beyond the Mat" but come to think what is. It's on Netflix streaming. I watched it the other day & it nothing I'd go out of my way to watch but if you have 90 minutes to kill it may be worth checking out....