SEAN ‘X-PAC’ WALTMAN WEIGHS IN ON THE LIO RUSH CONTROVERSY AND GUEST HAMIN “MVP” ASSAD TO DISCUSS HIS TED TALK.
Hall Of Fame Superstar Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, weighs in on the Lio Rush controversy, and also has special guest Hassan “MVP” Assad on his podcast X-Pac 12360.
Wrestler Lio Rush has made numerous comments expressing that WWE has not sent him to attend any meet and greets, has not been paid for the merchandise that has his and Bobby Lashley catch phrases and that he has been sent out to appearances without being reimbursing his expenses for his hotel stays and rentals cars
X-Pac, agreed with Wrestler Mark Henry, stating “So I am going to defer to Mark Henry on this one and say I kinda agree with Mark on all of this… A lot of people are making that same amount of money and doing fine, or are getting by. Not getting rich, but when you first come into the company, it takes a while to start making money.”
In addition X-Pac also had a special guest live former WWE Hassan “MVP” Assad discussing his recent TED Talk “ When do I stop being a criminal?” He discussed before becoming a WWE Wrestler he had a past criminal record. Even though it’s been over 30 years since his past crimes and has consistently shown society that he is not that man anymore and has become a successful wrestler and role model and states “So all of these things that I’ve done specifically to try and show the world that I am a better person and improve the world that I live in, I still wear the scarlet letter of being a convicted felon.”
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