Sean Waltman (popularly known as X-Pac in WWE) joined Wrestling Inc.’s managing editor Nick Hausman on the Wrestling Inc. Daily. He went onto discuss becoming a three-time Hall of Famer.
Sean Waltman does not want to be inducted solo
Waltman said when the nWo inevitably go into the Hall of Fame, he will join elite company as one of the few two-time Hall of Famers.
He also said that if he ever went in as a singles star he would become the only three-time WWE Hall of Famer, of which there are currently eight but the other seven have had individual inductions. However, the former WWE star does not have interest in going solo.
“I’ve said this, and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, I have no desire whatsoever to stand up there by myself to give an acceptance speech for another Hall of Fame. I don’t like that situation, standing there in front of thousands and thousands of people. It’s one thing to stand there and have a match, but I’m not the, it was never my thing. I was never the big jabber-jawer. I had some things to say sometimes, and I think they came off [as] authentic, and I think that’s why people liked me, but I was not getting ‘Promo of the Year’ awards, ever.”
Waltman was first inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame two years ago, at WrestleMania 35 weekend when he was inducted alongside D-Generation X.