X-Pac 1, 2, 360 Recap w/ John Morrison – X-Pac’s Weekend Arrest, Shooting Backstage Fights, Return to WWE, More!

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X-Pac opens today’s show by discussing the rumours that Billy Corgan is on the verge of purchasing the NWA. He says he’s confused as to why Corgan didn’t just start his own wrestling promotion if he was determined to own a wrestling company. On the other hand, he admits that there is some value in the NWA brand if Corgan got it for a reasonable price.

X-Pac gets into his arrest from this past weekend, and the events leading up to it. He says he checked into his flight without any issues but as he tried to board the plane his ticket was flagged. From there, he was held while Federal police checked his bags. He showed them his marijuana as well as his prescription, but one cop in particular seemed to have it out for him right away.

This officer claimed that X-Pac had too much marijuana to be considered only for self-use. From there his other medicine was tested, and before he knew it he was held for 10 hours and was then transported to jail for possession of narcotics. He spent two days in jail before being bailed out. He says that the ‘meth’ charges are clearly a mistake from the on-site testing, and everything will be proved in the coming days.

He adds that he had $736 on him, and apparently this was a hint that he might be dealing drugs. He laughs at that notion and adds that Triple H texted him saying, “$736? You’re the world’s worst meth dealer!”

When the state police arrived they didn’t even want to take X-Pac into custody, but the Federal police officers were determined to have him detained. At one point while testing the drugs, X-Pac overheard one officer from the other room saying, “We have to make this look right”. Overall, he’s sure the tests will come back showing that this was all a huge mistake and he will be cleared of all charges in the coming weeks.

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