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Sean Waltman Reflects On His Transition Into The Syxx Gimmick + More News

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Sean Waltman was a recent guest at the “For The Love of Wrestling” convention to take part in a Q&A session.

During the Q&A, the former X-Pac commented on his time working in WCW and taking on his Syxx character.

You can check out some highlights from the Q&A session below:

On his time in WCW: “It was just crazy because it wasn’t as organized, but a lot of times that wasn’t necessarily a bad thing… At least for us, because it was just fun and kind of chaotic… We’d end up going out –- don’t get me wrong, it was frustrating, but ’cause there was a lot of great talent there, we’d all just go out and still end up with great shows somehow. Yeah, it just worked. Like even though sometimes they shouldn’t have, they ended up working.”

On his transition into his Syxx gimmick: “I went from being 1-2-3 Kid, who a lot of people knew, then I go become part of the nWo and it just was a whole different thing. Everybody knew who you were. I was blown away by it.”

Tommy Dreamer says AEW has done a good job with the recent booking of Adam Copeland and Christian Cage.

Speaking on Thursday’s episode of the “Busted Open Radio” podcast, Dreamer commented on AEW giving Cage and Copeland new phases of their careers, and more.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On AEW giving Cage and Copeland new phases of their careers: “My other praise of AEW is both guys were done. Adam Copeland had an amazing WWE career, an amazing WWE run… I’m sure you could have still seen this in WWE, it just was a much-needed change.”

On where Copeland would have been in WWE: ”If Adam Copeland still stayed in WWE, where would he fit in… If he was still there, he would have turned heel and been a heel against somebody because they were so stacked on babyfaces. But then where does the storyline go? That doesn’t fit for him anymore. So, a great move.”

On WWE’s handling of Cage in 2021: “WWE could have done this. They just chose not to. And Christian was — his return, that same Royal Rumble, Christian showed up. Then it was just like more of a one-off than anything. It proved that he can still go.”

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