VIP AUDIO 11/17 – Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast – “X-Pac” Sean Waltman (pt. 1 of 2): How has WWE’s in-ring style changed in last 25 years, who does he like to watch most, how has wrestler-promoter power balance shifted, more (68 min)


SHOW SUMMARY: PWTorch editor Wade Keller presents a new interview with “X-Pac” Sean Waltman who talk about a wide range of topics including the wrestling hosted podcast boom and what it’s been like him to dive head first into that venture with some memories of his early career radio interviews and how he doesn’t feel he has to hold back in criticizing WWE and other pro wrestling products on his show, why he’s still wrestling today, how he looks at the wrestling industry now compared to 10 or 15 years ago, how the in-ring style has changed to cut back on concussion risks, his concerns about how wrestlers are trained now, what “WWE Style” was back in the late 1990s and how WWE style is different today, which wrestler he most likes to watch now, what a key is to a good match other than the variety of athletic moves, the power balance between pro wrestling promoters and wrestlers today compared to ten or twenty years ago, how have fans changed and are they are more critical than years ago, and more.

NEXT WEEK: The second segment of this interview (clocking in over 70 minutes) will feature an in-depth discussion on the Montreal Screwjob 20 years ago, including whether Sean stands by his conspiracy theory that floated the remote idea that maybe, just maybe Bret Hart and Vince McMahon were in on it together, plus the merits of squash matches in 2017, Triple H’s addition to the Clique back in the 1990s and whether he’s surprised he’s risen to the position he has in WWE, Braun Strowman’s rise in the last year, the future of Undertaker and potential opponents for him at WrestleMania next year, what makes A.J. Styles so special, what is John Cena’s legacy or can’t we tell yet, and the work-shoot approach to various promos such as Miz-Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns-John Cena, Rock-John Cena, and his favorite podcast interviews he’s conducted so far.


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