WWE Hall Of Famer X-Pac Discusses Triple H & Sting’s Match At WrestleMania 31

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WWE Hall Of Famer X-Pac Discusses Triple H & Sting’s Match At WrestleMania 31:- The announcement that WCW icon Sting will be competing in the WWE for the first time, against Paul “Triple H” Levesque, was one of the main events of WWE WrestleMania 31. Since Triple H won by lying, it has grown to be more and more of a depressing memory for many people.

 

WWE Hall Of Famer X-Pac Discusses Triple H & Sting’s Match At WrestleMania 31

 

Sean "X-Pac" Waltman

 

There was a lot of outside intervention during the fight, with Sting mysteriously getting assistance from the NWO, his bitter foes. Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, a former member of D-Generation X, was another man active on Triple H’s side. In a recent appearance on “Busted Open Radio,” Waltman described the events leading up to WrestleMania that year.

“Hunter approaches Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and me following the WWE Hall of Fame and asks if we can take you to the stadium. “We would like to discuss a few things,” Waltman stated. “Until the previous evening, guy, we were unaware that’s what we were doing. Additionally, it was a pleasant little reward.”

 

Waltman wouldn’t blame anyone for thinking that the match was Vince McMahon’s approach of putting the “final nail in WCW’s coffin,” when he was asked about it. Waltman began by stating that he is a good buddy of Levesque before expressing his opinion that Levesque probably felt some joy from the victory over Sting as well.

 

As the match came to an end, Triple H pinned the former six-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion after hitting Sting with his famous sledgehammer. Before becoming hurt in a match against Seth Rollins, Sting wrestled in a few more WWE contests in the months that followed. Following that, Sting remained anonymous until making his AEW debut in 2020. He then wrestled for more than three years until announcing his retirement last month.

 

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