WWE Hall of Famer Sean Waltman spoke about recent wrestling topics on his newest episode of X-Pac 12360. You can check out the full podcast above, and see submitted highlights from the show below.
On reports of light attendance at the G1 Climax in Dallas:
“It's weird, people have a short memory of how fucking tough it was to put asses in seats not too long
ago, to where they're going, 'Oh, they can't even sell out the fucking American Airlines arena?' I mean, it
was over half full! […] AXS TV produced that, right? They're not in the wrestling industry where they're
used to having to, for cosmetic reasons, move people. They shot it like everyone else would shoot it. So
yeah, it probably would look better, aesthetically, if there were more people, but I thought the crowd
looked just fine. I thought it was very respectable.”
On Bobby Lashley vs. Rey Mysterio from this week’s episode of Monday Night Raw
"I hated it. I don't hate him getting sacrificed to Bobby Lashley, I hate him coming out and going, 'Open
challenge! Anybody in the back!', and then somebody coming out and [beating him easily]. Rey's a
legend, you don't need to do that."