Russo welcomes Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman to the show.
Russo asks Waltman what keeps him busy these days and Waltman says he’s been really working on himself over the last year. He has amazing people around him and he’s made several personal breakthroughs. He considers himself very blessed at the moment, but his breakthroughs resulted from him having to cut ties with a lot of people who he loved but were bad influences.
He has started his own podcast entitled ‘X-Pac 1, 2, 360’, and he considers that to be medicine for him. He has been able to get a lot of old friends to come on his show and they’ve had terrific conversations. He hasn’t spoken to some of those people in 20 years, so it’s been a great experience for him thus far.
Waltman discusses the multiple characters he portrayed over the years and the different personalities that each character displayed. Waltman says that when he broke into WWE as the Lightning Kid he had trouble sticking up for himself and he was a passive aggressive child for the most part. When he came back as X-Pac years later he had done a complete 180 degree turn.
He was so afraid of people stepping all over him, that he put up a huge wall and acted like a complete moron for the majority of the time. Looking back now, X-Pac can realize that he wasn’t a very fun person to be around at that point.