Sean Waltman Responds to Eric Bischoff Claiming Waltman Was a ‘Competent Performer When Sober’

On the latest edition of “X-Pac 12360”, host Sean Waltman addressed comments made by Eric Bischoff on a recent edition of his “83 Weeks” podcast. Below are some interview highlights, and the entire show can be heard in the above video player or downloaded at this link.

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Responds to Eric Bischoff’s 83 Weeks Podcast Comment Saying Sean ‘Reneged’ On His Agreement:

What happened was as I’d been there a while, I was performing at a high level, I was getting paid $250,000 a year and I was being used in a spot where guys typically were getting paid double that. So, I wanted a raise, not wrong for asking for it, you can be told ‘no’ so that’s all that was. You’ll hear Eric {Bischoff} say I reneged, never not once. You can’t renege, the deal is already done, there’s no way I could have reneged. I just wanted a raise, I thought I deserved a raise, he had given raises to Scott {Hall} and Kevin {Nash} during that time so that’s why I felt it was okay to do that.

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Responds to Eric Bischoff’s 83 Weeks Podcast Comment Saying That Sean Was A Competent Performer When Sober:

What Eric {Bischoff} said, ‘he was a competent performer when sober’, all that, I’m almost positive he said that in his book which came out quite a while after this happened. So, yeah it was a shitty thing to say in his book but I don’t take that personal and it was said after I came out, and we came at him pretty hard. So, I absolutely don’t have a problem with that except for the fact that when I worked for WCW I was one of the cleanest guys working for them, I didn’t even touch alcohol, I didn’t touch any pills, all I did was smoke pot, that’s it. And trust me that was the least of the shit that was going on around there.

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Talks About His WCW Letter of Termination In Response To Eric Bischoff’s 83 Weeks Podcast:

If I am going to go by what the letter of termination said, it said I was fired for non-performance, for not being able to perform. It’s kinda shitty but maybe they technically had a leg to stand on. I don’t know, we’re not litigating that right now. I can produce the documents but I don’t think it’s worth that…

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Talks About The Letter of Intent Eric Bischoff Discussed in 83 Weeks:

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Here’s the thing, a letter of intent or deal memo which was legally binding. All of the main terms of the agreement were in it including; the dates, the money, all of that real important shit. It was all in the deal memo and it was signed or else I wouldn’t have been getting paid the whole time. It was well over a year.