Sean Waltman has had a lot of big moments during his time in wrestling, but he has a #1 career highlight that stands out the most.
Speaking on a recent edition of the “Insight With Chris Van Vliet” podcast, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer said his big win over Razor Ramon as the 1-2-3 Kid is by far his career highlight. The former X-Pac added that there’s “no close-second moment” to it.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On the match being his career highlight: “There’s no close-second moment that was as important as that one was in my career. Really in my life too, that was so huge it was life-changing, the trajectory of my life changed because of that moment, it was huge. It had so much impact it was a unique way of introducing somebody.”
On the match itself: “It was after I got the big win I went to Japan for a couple of weeks and did a super junior tournament to finish up my obligations. It wasn’t a great match, he just beat the sh*t out of me, man, and then just slipped on a banana peel with the moonsault, right?”