Sean Waltman Talks Seth Rollins’ Comments On Jon Moxley Interviews, Rollins-Ospreay Beef

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Former WWE star Sean “X-Pac” Waltman took to his podcast, “X-Pac 12360,” to discuss several professional wrestling topics. Waltman offered his thoughts on WWE Universal Champion Seth Rollins response to Jon Moxley’s interviews following his WWE departure, and his thoughts on the Rollins-Will Ospreay Twitter beef.

Here are the highlights:

Rollins’ response to Jon Moxley’s post-WWE interviews:

About Seth, I can understand why he said that. And yes different people are equipped to deal with things differently, people are wired different. I mean just like some people over the years had to resort to using substances to get through. And some people, didn’t. And the ones that didn’t will go, ’Well I don’t know why he did it.’ Well you’re different. You’re not wired the same.

People have different experiences in that company {WWE}, you can be working for the company at the same exact time and have a totally different experience.

The Rollins-Ospreay Twitter beef:

I don’t have a problem with it, and even if I did, who give’s a fuck? Seth coming out and saying he’s the best and that they’re the best . I mean that’s what you do…I don’t have a problem with either one of them saying what they said. Will Ospreay is the f**ken shit, good argument, really good argument for him being the best on the planet. I am just being brutally honest, after watching his shit lately, even the in-between the moves shit he is on a level where only a few other people are.

I think he is the most valuable guy New Japan has, that’s not Japanese, by a long shot…. He’s (Seth Rollins) just being him, you know for better or worse, you can like it or not like it. He has a pretty good argument, he’s one of the best out there, one of the elites… My feelings are this is just fine. It’s just back and forth bantering, shit talking. Big fan of both of them.

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