Sean Waltman Sounds Off On X-Pac 12360 Podcast

Sean Waltman Reveals Offer NWA Made To Him, Talks Neville Returning To Dragon Gate

The folks from the X-Pac 12360 Podcast recently sent along the following recap of their latest show, which as always, featured former WWE Superstar Sean “X-Pac” Waltman as the host. Featured below are some of the highlights from the show.


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Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Thoughts on Working For The NWA After Dave {Lagana} came on the show he mentioned to me if I was interested in participating and I put some serious thought into it. And I am just not sure right now, not that I won’t be in the future. Just like with the Battle Royal {from All In}. Maybe sometime in the near future, I’ll feel comfortable doing that. I am comfortable going and having matches but on a bigger stage and that many people watching I’d want to be sharper. {Would You want to Face Cody? } Of course in my mind I would but I’d have to have some singles matches before I even think about that. Before I even seriously considered it. I talked to Nick Aldis in private about it or he mentioned it to me and when he did I thought about it. And I am like I don’t think I can do it, you know, do it justice at that time. I am grateful for that and it’s flattering and it makes me feel good.

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Thoughts on Neville Returning To Dragon Gate I am guessing that he’s not gonna put all his eggs in one basket, the thing these days is not to do that, it’s too have a lot of different things going on. That’s just not wrestling folks that’s life these days, anything you’re doing, diversify. Do not give one particular entity all the power…. Anywhere that he shows up is a huge positive for whatever promotion he turns up in… The only reason you’re not talking about him as the best in the world is because he hasn’t wrestled in a while. Watch him enter that conversation rather quickly moving forward.

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman’s Thoughts on Jazz and the NWA’s Women’s Title Even if it’s just there to pass the torch to someone else, I haven’t seen her {Jazz} lately but I can imagine that she can still go. If that’s the case and she can still go, then maybe let’s keep it on her for a minute. It’s compelling because she has a story. And that’s what so great about the ’10 Pounds of Gold’ and as Dave {Lagana} was talking about when he was on the show a few weeks back, the way they’re presenting the NWA product is so different and so cool.

Scott Norton Credits Masa Saito For Success in Japan Masa he made my career. He told me when I came to Japan, “You trust me, Scott?” and I said I do. He says, “You listen to me and I’ll take you brother, right to the top.” And as long as Masa is there I was his guy, man. And I mean he never lied to me and you know that doesn’t work in this business. Masa was a friend. He was my sensei man he taught me everything… Years later when Masa retired he picked me for his retirement match. That was an honor, brother. In Japan to me that was unbelievable. And it was a hell of a match, a huge a fair. It was just a big deal what he did for me in my career. And he put me over in his retirement match. He did for me what no one else possibly could have. That’s why I always stayed true to Japan.

Scott Norton Talks About His New Book And His Future in Wrestling I finalized the book about a year ago it’s called Scott Norton’s Strong Style it’s about my life story and everything… Beginning of next year it’s finally going to happen and I am super excited about it… Hopefully one day I step back in the ring over in Japan and it’s all come together at the same time and it will be good brother. I mean I am kinda just buying my time right now, trying to time everything out and I am staying busy as I can in the ring. And next year is gonna be a big year for me, it’s gonna be a lot of fun.

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