Scott Hall & X-Pac Talk Goldberg/WWE, Bryan Calling Miz Soft, More

Former WWE star Sean Waltman, aka X-Pac, has released the first episode of his new show, X-Pac 1,2,360. The episode features a revealing interview with good friend and fellow NWO member Scott Hall, plus pro wrestling news and more, and you can watch the full episode below. The following are some highlights:

X-Pac responds to Daniel Bryan’s “soft style” comments:

Bryan mentioned something about the soft WWE style, before it changed. I never worked that style. I take exception to that part, because my body, my X-rays, MRIs, CT scans, will tell a different story than a supposed soft style that we were working.

On Bill Goldberg possibly returning to the WWE:

The only thing I can say is, why not? It’s win/win for both sides. Who cares about the past, you know? Nobody in wrestling should ever say the word never, because everybody ends up eating that particular word and Goldberg’s not going to be any different. Neither is CM Punk eventually.

Scott Hall reveals Vince McMcahon knew about the infamous Curtain Call hug:

Vince knew it was going to happen. I was talking to Vince when Shawn came in and said, hey blah blah blah and he went, is it important to you, and he said yes. And he said, OK make it happen. He said, I want Razor to come out, and I’m sitting right there.

X-Pac also breaks the news of Mr. Fuji’s passing to Scott, as they talk about Hulk Hogan, Cody Rhodes, Ryback and more. The 1-2-3 Kid is joined by producer James Franck and co-host Christy Olson on X-Pac 1,2,360, from Maria Menounos’ AfterBuzz TV.

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