X Pac Says ‘The Bloodline’ Is ‘Right Up There’ With NWO
WWE Legend X-Pac
On ‘The Bloodline,’ ‘NWO’ Comparisons
… ‘It’s Right Up There’
2/19/2023 12:40 AM PT
X-Pac, member of the legendary “New World Order” faction says Roman Reigns, Jimmy and Jey Uso, Solo Sikoa, and formerly Sami Zayn‘s “The Bloodline” is “right up there” with NWO … and he understands why fans compare the two groups.
We spoke to Pac, real name Sean Waltman, about the comparisons being made between the factions, and he admitted “the magnitude is similar” between the two groups and the impact they’ve had on wrestling.
Of course, many wrestling fans believe The Bloodline storyline is one of, if not the greatest, in WWE history.
As for NWO, it originally started out as a group in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) with Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall. Their goal was to take over WCW by any means necessary, destroying everything in their path.
In 1996, Waltman joined NWO in WCW, becoming the group’s sixth member. The WWE inducted NWO into its Hall of Fame in 2020, bestowing the honor on Waltman, Nash, Hall, and Hogan.
NWO will be featured on the season premiere of A&E’s docuseries “Biography: WWE Legends” on February 19 … and Waltman’s pumped for the show, which will examine how the group changed the sports entertainment landscape.
“It’s nice to have been a part of something that people want to see tv shows made about it, Pac said. “It feels really freaking good.”
“You look up when you watch Raw or Smackdown and it’s still tons of NWO shirts spread in the crowd and they stick out like a sore thumb.”