One of my favorite times in wrestling history was when the New World Order (nWo) was formed within World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in the late 1990's.
One of members of nWo was Sean 'X-Pac' Waltman, who made an appearance on "The Tomorrow Show with Keven Undergaro." One of the things he talked about was his position within the nWo.
"I wasn't f--king around back then Kev (Undergaro), I was kind of mean. I didn't give a f--k, at all. I mean, I'm not going to lie man. I was a different guy at that point, mean in the ring, I was f--king mean too. You have to be when you're my size, you have to be. Even at WWF too. If you ask Kevin [Nash] and Scott [Hall], I was the guy you needed to be afraid of in the ring, not those two in our matches. I was a buzzsaw out there, high impact, high energy, I was quick."
I would love to hear what Hall and Nash have to say about Waltman's comments stating that he was the enforcer of the nWo. I have to imagine that they would agree with him. He was a pretty nasty guy at that stage in his career.
You can watch X-Pac's full interview below. He also talked about Raw 25 as well as his past conflicts with Ric Flair.
The 45 year-old Waltman was worked for WCW from 1996-1998 and was a part of the nWo while wining the WCW World Tag Team Championship along with Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. He also won the WCW Cruiserweight title.
Waltman of course also spent time with WWE and recently talked on one of their biggest stories after the company released up and coming star Enzo Amore after he was accused of raping a woman during his podcast X-Pac12360.
"Obviously he may or may have not done this, I am hoping it's the may not part... It will play out, the investigation will take its course and either charges will be filed or they won't be. He should have got on top of this instead of stuffing it under the rug. And also quit putting yourself in situations every week of your life where something like this can happen, where you're leaving yourself open for anything to happen."
I think we all agree with what Waltman had to say about Amore. Being a famous wrestler, he shouldn't have put himself in that kind of situation and he should have informed WWE of what was going on from the beginning. If he had done so, he would likely still have a job.
Waltman spent time with the WWF/WWE from 1998-2002 and from 2011 until 2015. He made his last appearance at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn. He also helped Triple H win his match against Sting at WrestleMania 31. Since then, he's been releasing a weekly podcast on Blog Talk Radio along with Johny Fairplay.
Feel free to comment below and tell us whether you agree with Waltman that he was the enforcer of the nWo.