He might be widely regarded as one of the most underappreciated WWE wrestlers of all time, but Sean Waltman isn't interested in being inducted into the company's Hall of Fame as a singles wrestler.
Speaking to Nick Hausman on the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast, Waltman said that even though he is set to become a two-time inductee once the New World Order joins the HOF, he doesn't want to make history as the first three-time inductee.
Here's what the former X-Pac told Hausman:-
"I've said this, and I mean this from the bottom of my heart, I have no desire whatsoever to stand up there by myself to give an acceptance speech for another Hall of Fame. I don't like that situation, standing there in front of thousands and thousands of people. It's one thing to stand there and have a match, but I'm not the, it was never my thing. I was never the big jabber-jawer. I had some things to say sometimes, and I think they came off [as] authentic, and I think that's why people liked me, but I was not getting 'Promo of the Year' awards, ever."
2019 saw Waltman score his first WWE Hall of Fame induction, as he, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chyna, Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn were honoured collectively as D-Generation X. Waltman was also set to be part of 2020's nWo induction group alongside Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash, though the ceremony was cancelled at the onset of the global health crisis. WWE is yet to officially confirm a rearranged date.
A former European, Light Heavyweight, and Tag Team Champion who played a key role in one of the Attitude Era's most iconic factions, and a history-making underdog as the 1-2-3 Kid, Waltman's HOF case is easy to make. Still, if he isn't interested, he isn't interested.