Sean Michael Waltman July 13, is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed with WWE under a Legends contract, but also appears frequently on the independent circuit. Waltman then renamed himself the Kid. For the next two years, Waltman's character played the role of the natural underdog and displayed a rebellious attitude until the Raw before Survivor Series where he was the guest referee in a match between Razor Ramon and Sycho Sid and turned hee l. He continued using the Kid name until his departure for World Championship Wrestling in
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When it comes to professional wrestlers, some of the very best always seem to have a story attached to their childhood that could have prevented them from ever making it to the top. That could include being discouraged to wrestle by friends or family or even suffering an illness or injury that almost curtailed a career inside the squared circle. For Sean Waltman, he fell very much into the latter category. He joined the World Wrestling Federation way back in , but before that journey even began, he suffered a horrific injury that threw everything into doubt. Whilst working for the infamous Larry Sharpe over in New Jersey, an opponent's horrible attempt at a suicide dive went wrong—and he landed on Waltman's head. He was unable to work for four months and was even advised to give up the trade completely.
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Sean Michael Waltman born July 13,  is an American podcaster and retired professional wrestler. Waltman declared himself retired in July In parallel, he was inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame as a part of the class under the X-Pac name as a member of D-Generation X D-X , and will be inducted a second time as a part of the class , this time under his real name and as part of the New World Order nWo ; this will make him the first person to be inducted two years in a row. Waltman is recognized by WWE as the only wrestler to have been "an active member of both the nWo and DX during their heydays" in the s. Waltman joined the school wrestling team in ninth grade, but quickly quit rather than cut his hair. He was hospitalized for three days, could not work for four months, and was advised to give up wrestling completely. He reminisced that he was lucky to have an opponent with a vested interest in an impressive match, rather than as was then typical a disinterested WWF veteran jobber like Virgil or Jim Powers. Kid accepted the challenge, but grabbed the money and ran from the arena during the match.
X-Pac has many stories to tell that may help listeners relate, inspire them in their own lives, or just be entertained. And of course, there will be guests. So plan on seeing his group of usual suspects along with a mix of wrestlers, celebrities, and comedians.