X-Pac, whose real name is Sean Waltman, recently spoke about whether he will actually join the WWE Creative Team if he ever got a chance. X-Pac was a member of the legendary WWE faction, Degeneration X. He worked with Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Billy Gunn and Chyna in the group.
He entered the Hall of Fame with all of the Degeneration X members, and is still regarded as one of the best performers in the WWE of all time. As there is a power shift in the WWE, X-Pac spoke about whether he will actually join the WWE Creative Team if the WWE actually asked him to join.
X-Pac States That He Always Ready to Help If WWE Needs Him
"If they asked me, 'Hey man, we could really use your help with this,' I wouldn't say no, but I just don't see where I'm this f**king creative genius that's going to go in there and, you know, bring some revolution," Waltman explained to K&S Wrestle Fest.
"That was me, personally, I was that way years ago, but that was years ago, man. Like, we need young people, we need young, fresh minds that know what the f**k – what's hip. Like, I learn from young people ... I like to think I'm self-aware enough to know I'm not [ready for that].
I can help with things but here's the thing, man, I have a really nice balance in my life right now and I have a nice relationship with WWE and f**king everyone for that matter, as far as I'm concerned, and I don't want to f**k that up."
X-Pac’s first major win in the WWE happened in 1993 during an episode of WWE RAW. He beat Razor Ramon, who was at that time one of the best WWE stars at that time. He went on to win the WWF European Title 2 times, the WWF Light Heavyweight Title, the WCW Cruiserweight Title, and the WWE Tag Team Titles 4 times.
X-Pac was not only a member of Degeneration X, he was also a member of NWO when the faction became a part of the WWE. X-Pac ended his career earlier than the other members of NWO and Degeneration X. He started taking other non-wrestling roles, and he is not seen on WWE TV regularly anymore.