On a recent edition of X Pac 1,2,360, Sean Waltman discussed his recent stint at the WWE Performance Center. Fightful was sent the following highlights from the show.
You can listen to the full episode in the video above.
Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Talks About The Performance Center and Being Happy for the Young Talent Who Have Access to the PC
It's heaven down there. For someone that's been in the industry for decades and came up a certain way and had to overcome certain things that we didn't have in the industry coming up. People go ‘Oh, these kids nowadays,’ but this is great that they have all this stuff. People my age doing that ‘kids nowadays ‘ stuff, c'mon be happy for these kids . Yeah we didn't have it, and yes we busted our asses and a lot of us paved the way for these things to happen. And yes, it would have been nice for us to have these things but we didn't. If people are going to go out there and risk their lives, especially nowadays with the way the bar is raised- the crazy things that they are doing in the ring, the risks. And the damage that everyone is doing to their body long term. They deserve the very best, and they have the very best stuff down there in Orlando. I'm just blown away by the whole thing. Be happy for them and for everyone coming up that has that at their disposal down there. You had to have brought something to the table, you have to had worked your ass off or worked your ass off in another field or sport to have caught their eye and end up at the Performance Center. Even if they are just taking a chance on your potential, if that's the case , if it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out. People come through there and some don't last long.
Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Talks About His Experience Down at the Performance Center
They work their asses off, that whole crew. There's a bond there, because they all get there and they do a live event, everyone's there at 5 o'clock. Everyone. From the first match to the main event and everywhere in-between, they are all helping put the ring up, set the chairs up, do all that stuff. I was more than happy to help do it too, no one let me and really they have a system down there. Everyone knows how to put the ring up and tear it down and honestly my help would have just slowed them down to be honest with you. And you can sit back and you could occasionally see some people can't hide the fact that they think they're a little above setting rings up and things like that you know. I don't mean to be cliche but those things build character.