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Shaun Waltman commented on the possibility of another match

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Sean “X-Pac” Waltman recently did a virtual signing for K&S WrestleFest.

During the signing, the WWE Hall of Famer revealed whether he plans to step into the ring again. His last wrestling match was on March 31 this year, where he lost to Joy Janela in Joy Janela’s Spring Break 6: Part 1, when Janela hit him with a low blow and a superkick for the win.

“So if I come back in the ring again, it’s going to be like a huge deal. It’s going to be something big, like the Royal Rumble or something like that,” Waltman said.

Prior to their match at Spring Break 6, Waltman returned to the ring on February 25 at GCW: Welcome to Heartbreak. Waltman teamed up with Janella to defeat Matt Cardona and Brian Myers. It was Waltman’s first wrestling match since the Mark Hitchcock Memorial Super Show at WrestleCon 2019, where he teamed up with Shane Helms and WWE Hall of Famer Jushin Thunder Liger to defeat Caleb Conley, Jake Manning, and Zayn Riley.

Waltman started his pro wrestling career in 1990. He attracted the attention of many fans May 1993 When he shocked the “WWE Raw” audience with a huge upset win over Razor Ramon. Waltman later cemented his legacy by becoming part of two of the most popular wrestling stables of the 90s, WCW’s nWo, and WWF’s D-Generation X. Also, during his career, X-Pac teamed up with Kane and he was a two-time WWE. Tag Team Champions.

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