Sean Waltman Open To Teaching At WWE Performance Centre Again
“I’m open to doing it again. I’m really busy but it’s something I really love doing”
Sean Waltman has revealed that he wishes to return to WWE’s Performance Centre in a coaching capacity.
The two-time WWE Hall of Famer has done several guest sessions at the PC, and with D-X buddies triple H, Shawn Michaels, and Road Dogg running the show, you can understand why Waltman would want to return and help out.
Speaking to Inside the Ropes’ Kenny McIntosh, Waltman said the following:
“Well, before the pandemic started, I was going down about once every month for a week, for a week or two each month, and I was helping coach down there and I loved it. I really loved it. You know, just, you know, obviously, things happen and that has it hasn’t been happening. I’m open to doing it again. I’m really busy and, you know, and that. But it’s something I really love doing. And, you know, as far as getting back in the ring, you know, I’m going to have a few more matches. I don’t know if it’s going to be there. I don’t know where it’s going to be. Maybe I’ll promote them myself. Yeah. You know, but yeah. No, NXT I just I’m one of their biggest fans.”
Waltman underwent surgery earlier this year, and recently celebrated the anniversary of his infamous upset win over Razor Ramon on WWE Monday Night Raw in 1993, with numerous stars telling the former 1-2-3 Kid how much of a difference maker that match was to their careers.