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X-Pac On Whether He Has A Problem With Factions Copying The nWo

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During a recent interview with Fightful, Sean Waltman (aka X-Pac) talked about groups in pro wrestling who copy the legendary nWo (new World order) faction, that he was a member of from 1996 to 1997 and again in 2002 (and 2010 if we count The Band in TNA).

Here’s what Waltman had to say about The Bullet Club using the ‘Too Sweet’ hand sign:

“When all that stuff started getting big, I thought it was great. Some of my friends have had various opinions and their opinions have changed at times, but I think overall we’re flattered by it and it’s great. It’s not taking any money out of my pocket, somebody else doing the sign and making a buck, you know?”

He then spoke about the blue World order (bWo), which was an ECW faction, that was a parody of the nWo:

“You can have a couple different reactions to something like that. I just thought it was funny, you know? I thought it was cool… If somebody’s parodying you, then you’ve done something worthwhile. So I liked it. I thought it was funny.”

Last but not least, Sean mentioned the Latino World Order (LWO), a group that existed in WCW, but recently returned to WWE TV with new members:

“Let’s be honest, better than ever, right? It’s pushed and treated seriously. LWO, I thought they jabroni’d it in WCW. I thought they jabroned LWO down there compared to how they’re presenting it in WWE right now.”

For his runs with the World Wrestling Federation as The 1-2-3 Kid / X-Pac (1993-1996 & 1998-2002) and World Championship Wrestling as Syxx (1996-1997), Sean Waltman is considered a legend in this business and is a 2-time WWE Hall of Famer after being inducted as a member of D-Generation X in 2019 and as a member of the new World order in 2021.

His biggest accomplishments were winning the WWF Tag Team Championship (4x), the WWF European Championship (2x), the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship (2x) and the WCW Cruiserweight Championship (2x).

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