Friday, September 29, 2023

WWE Attitude Era icon who was pals with Triple H and took on The Rock looks completely different without long hair but still looks ready

When you think of WWE then the much-loved attitude era comes to mind and with it, its most loved faction – D-Generation X.

Spearheaded by Shawn Michaels and Triple H, the New Age Outlaws, Chyna and X-Pac made up the group who repeatedly terrorised opponents and officials.

X-Pac is a cult figure in WWEYouTube

X-Pac, real name Sean Waltman, rose to superstardom during the 1990s going head to head with stars such as The Rock before becoming a four-time WWE Tag Team Champion.

Famed for his rock star look, X-Pac went on to become a two-time WWE Hall of Famer, with both D-Generation X and as part of the NWO.

The 51-year-old has made a handful of appearances on WWE programming since officially announcing his retirement from the ring in 2019.

Despite hanging up his boots, Waltman has kept a keen interest in wrestling and it appears he has put much of his efforts into staying in ring shape, in case he ever gets the call.

Judging by his Instagram posts, he is in arguably the best condition of his life sporting a chiselled physique.

A revamped look has also seen the now retired wrestler do away with the trademark long locks for a new shorter style.

He recently posted a picture alongside WWE legend Mick Foley and current star and NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch, appearing in good spirits.

Waltman has made a miraculous turnaround after well-documented issues with substance abuse.

@realxpacWaltman has kept himself in prime condition despite now being in his 50s[/caption]

@realxpacWaltman is still heavily invested in professional wrestling despite hanging up his boots[/caption]

@realxpacWaltman alongside the New Age Outlaws at the 2019 Hall of Fame ceremony[/caption]

@TheRealXPacHe recently posted a picture with WWE legend Mick Foley and Current star Becky Lynch[/caption]

The height of his battle took place during his relationship with fellow D-Generation X member Chyna [real name Joanie Laurer] who died in 2016.

Waltman did make a brief in-ring cameo in February 2022 for independent wrestling promotion GCW [Game Changer Wrestling] but has not wrestled since.

But as the saying goes, ’never say never’ – a quote 16-time World Champion Ric Flair can attest to.

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