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#1 Posted on
Watching Backlash 2001 at a bar with my buddy, X-Pac came out for his match and had shaved for the first time in like 5 years or so. My buddy yelled "My God, he shaved! Now he looks even MORE like a giant penis!"

My favorite serious moment would be the time as the 123 Kid, in the summer of 1994 (July?) on WWF SuperStars, he took WWF Champion Bret Hart to the limit before losing.

(edited by DarrylTheHitman on 2.11.02 2334)


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I would say with him,winning the tag belts for the first time with Kane via the chokeslamming of X Pac into if I'm correct into Jeff Jarret



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#3 Posted on
The time I heard he was released from his contract. Man, that was cool.

And this isn't just a bandwagon thing. I've loathed Waltman since 123 Kid days.

If you want a specific example of a great X-Pac memory, it was seeing him job to Shane McMahon for the Euro title. Woot!



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#4 Posted on
Aww cmon, how could you not love the 123 Kid? (I should note I wasn't watching wrestling during his heel turn)
Anyways... my favorite Waltman memory is without a doubt his upset over Razor Ramon, still one of my favourite angles ever.
I also remember it was during a 123 Kid match that I first started to lose my "markdom", he was facing Owen and I remember noticing how weak Owen's moves looks compared to the Kid's (in that particular match), yet Owen still inexplicably won. Wrestling was never the same... ahh who cares.



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#5 Posted on
Him being the ONLY WWF wrestler booed at InVasion last year. That was amusing. I also really liked him cutting Jarrett's hair at SummerSlam '98, and the tag team he had with Sid for a time (sort of a proto-X-Pac/Kane team).




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#6 Posted on

    Originally posted by shinstrife
    I would say with him,winning the tag belts for the first time with Kane via the chokeslamming of X Pac into if I'm correct into Jeff Jarret


I believe that is correct. I know for a fact that it was the Jarrett/Owen team that the beat, not positive on who got pinned though.

I mentioned in another thread that I enjoyed X-Pac during his nWo run at first. So I'd say my favorite X-Pac moment was his ladder match with Eddie. And second behind that is when Rey Mysterio Jr. wrestled him and had to fend off him Hall and Nash, and he nearly won it.





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#8 Posted on
when he won the tag titles with hardcore holly (as 123 Kid)going over Tatanka and Bam-Bam-Bigelow at wrestlemania XI (not positive if it was that wrestlemania but it seems to be around that time)

For anyone who remembers this match it was the most perfectly booked uunderdog winning match ever. the crowd was going off their faces during the match and only got louder after 123kid pinned Bigelow. it was beautiful, he was beaten up all match, but is crawling over to Bigelow and manages to JUST drape his hand onto him.

This was actually the first time he won the tag titles, not the kane-x-pac team



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#9 Posted on

    Originally posted by miknight
    when he won the tag titles with hardcore holly (as 123 Kid)going over Tatanka and Bam-Bam-Bigelow at wrestlemania XI (not positive if it was that wrestlemania but it seems to be around that time)

    For anyone who remembers this match it was the most perfectly booked uunderdog winning match ever. the crowd was going off their faces during the match and only got louder after 123kid pinned Bigelow. it was beautiful, he was beaten up all match, but is crawling over to Bigelow and manages to JUST drape his hand onto him.

    This was actually the first time he won the tag titles, not the kane-x-pac team



'Fraid not. At WM11, Bigelow was in the main against LT (yes, Lawrence Taylor... wasn't bad for a celebrity match), and Owen hart took the tag straps with Yokozuna. I think it may have been 12, though. Don't quote me on that. He wasn't around by WM9, right? And that match didn't happen at 10...

Anyway, mine? Gonna have to go with the Invasion, when he was the only WWF guy getting booed.



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I'm fuzzy on the specifics as it was almost 10 years ago, but after 1-2-3 bear Razor that first time, they had some $10,000 challenge match or some such? It ended when Kid took the money and ran out into a car and sped away...

... during that match, Kid was on the top rope or something about to do a dive to the outside, slipped, and fell face first on the floor.

On a Raw match vs Bret Hart, Kid did a (hope I name this right) tope con hilo and overshot Bret, who instead of looking like he was getting hit, was just too obviously trying to catch the poor guy and preventing a crash and burn.

Mean memories, but I was never a Waltman fan as a star... he had some good matches (I REMEMBER watching his stuff in Global first-run!) for sure though!

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#11 Posted on
This was actually the first time he won the tag titles, not the kane-x-pac team


Actually, the first time he won the tag titles was with Marty Jannetty in 1994. They won the belts from the Quebecers and lost them back about a week later or so.

(edited by DarrylTheHitman on 3.11.02 1956)


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#12 Posted on

    Originally posted by miknight
    when he won the tag titles with hardcore holly (as 123 Kid)going over Tatanka and Bam-Bam-Bigelow at wrestlemania XI (not positive if it was that wrestlemania but it seems to be around that time)


It was at the Royal Rumble before WMXI. Kid pinned Bigelow, and the idea was that Bigelow had been shamed, and at ringside even Lawrence Taylor was laughing at Bigelow for getting pinned by Kid, Bigelow shoved him, and that's how that angle started.



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#13 Posted on
Wasn't his one week tag title reign with Marty Jannetty the first time he held the tag titles? I could be wrong, but I believe the Quebecers got it back from then to fend off the team of Owen/Bret Hart at the Royal Rumble PPV the next week. After that Bret and Owen started their fued which would place his first tag title reign slightly before Wrestlemania 10.


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The 123 Kid/Marty Jannetty tag team title reign was right before Royal Rumble '94.



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#15 Posted on
The DX parody of the Nation.

From the best of my memory.


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Hands down favorite X-Pac moment was his return to the WWF in 1998 the night after Wrestlemania. Everyone on the internet knew he was coming in, but it was still awesome when HHH did the point to the curtain and said, "...you look to your blood, you look to the clique." Out comes a not yet named X-Pac with Jim Ross exclaiming, "Well look who's back." Then there were the numerous great lines in his "shoot" interview that followed. "Hogan, you better not stop short, or Bischoff will be so far up your ass he'll know what you had for breakfast," and "You say I can't cut the mustard, well you SUCK pal," both come to mind.

Classic moment, and the first really big victory for the WWF in the Monday Night Wars.



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I will also go with X-Pac's title win with journeyman jobber Sparky Plugg over Bam Bam and Tatanka.

In fact, my first "Holy Shit" moment in history came when Bam Bam lifted Sean up off the ground during that Rumble match and Sean had the presence of mind to turn it into a rana. To quote Vince, "Whattamaneuver!"



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#18 Posted on
I have two:

favorite face memory: 123 Kid upsetting Razor Ramon. I sooooo hated Ramon and loved seeing him get beat by the ultimate underdog.

favorite heel memory: Edge's zinger on X-Pac "Just because you hang around with cool people, doesn't make you a cool person!"





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Definitely his Global wrestling days
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#20 Posted on
Mick Foley appeals to DX to leave HHH.

He tells Mr. Ass what a great athlete he is.

He tells Road Dogg that he's one of the most creative people he knows.

To X-Pac: "And you.... Well, no one likes you, anyway."



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