X-Pac says he was able to sit back and watch some of the WrestleMania matches he missed this past week after recovering from his sickness. He thought Triple H did a terrific job in his match against Batista. He notes that Triple H has to be one of the best performers of all time when it comes to working with an opponent who’s nervous or uncomfortable, and he can speak from experience in that case.
X-Pac was a big fan of Lacey Evans’ work on RAW this past week. He didn’t think WWE made the right decision by putting her in the number one position at the Royal Rumble, but since then they’ve gotten back on track with her booking. Her debut at the Rumble put her in a bad spot and she had a couple of hiccups, but things are looking up now.
He does admit that he’s concerned about her Moonsault finishing move. He points out that it only takes one slip or fall and all the good things she’s done will get clouded by that one bad spot. He doesn’t think she needs to drop the move altogether, but she shouldn’t rely on it all the time. He thinks her “Women’s Right” punch could be a great finish.
X-Pac notes that he’ll be returning to the Performance Centre in June for a 2 week stay as guest coach and he’s really looking forward to that. He feels important when he works as a coach there, and he adds that it’s pretty special when he sees some of his pointers or recommendations make its way onto NXT programming.
That sums up this week’s episode of X-Pac 1, 2, 360. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya next week for another recap!