Sean Waltman was born on 13th July 1972, in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA, and is a professional wrestler who wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation (now WWE), under the ring names 1–2–3 Kid and X-Pac between 1993 and 2002. Waltman won numerous titles in his career and was a member of the group of wrestlers called The Kliq. Sean`s professional career started in 1989.
Have you ever wondered how rich Sean Waltman is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Waltman’s net worth is as high as $500,000, an amount earned largely through his successful pro wrestling career. In addition to being active in the ring, Waltman has also voiced himself in several wrestling video games, which has also improved his wealth.
Sean Waltman Net Worth $500,000
Sean Waltman grew up in Minnesota and was raised by his single mother. He had a turbulent childhood; he was molested on numerous occasions and as a result, he dropped out of school in ninth grade. The love for wrestling secured him jobs including setting up rings before becoming a wrestler in 1989. Waltman joined the school’s wrestling team before he dropped out but decided to work under Boris Malenko, Masami Soronaka, Joe Malenko and Karl Gotch, who helped him to start his career as The Lightning Kid.
Early in his career, Waltman won the PWA Light Heavyweight title, the PWA Iron Horse TV Title, and the GWF Light Heavyweight Championship. Jerry Lynn played a major part in his success, and from 1992 Waltman worked with Larry Sharpe and Dennis Coralluzzo. In November 1992, “The Kamikaze Kid” Bill Wilcox landed on Sean’s head during his suicide dive attempt, causing a blood clot near his brain. The doctors advised Waltman to quit wrestling after being hospitalized for three days, and he was unable to work for several months.
In May 1993, Waltman competed as The Kid on Monday Night Raw and defeated the huge favorite Razor Ramon, and later joined as a new member of his team. Sean took the 1–2–3 Kid name and participated at the 1993 Survivor Series, and won the WWF Tag Team Championship in January 1994. Before left the WWF in May 1996, Waltman joined Ted DiBiase’s Million Dollar Corporation and lost in his last match to Savio Vega.
In September 1996, Waltman joined World Championship Wrestling as a member of New World Order (nWo), and in February 1997 he won the WCW Cruiserweight Championship against Dean Malenko at SuperBrawl VII, under his new name – Syxx, which only increased his net worth. However, Waltman lost his title to Chris Jericho at a webcast house show in Los Angeles, California in June 1997, and subsequently suffered a neck injury in October 1997, so he was unable to wrestle, but later returned to WWF in March 1998. He stayed active until 2000 when he suffered another neck injury in a fight with Chris Jericho, but won the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship after defeating Jeff Hardy in June 2001.
In September 2002, Waltman debuted as Syxx-Pac for TNA Wrestling, and then in 2005 he joined MTV’s Wrestling Society X. From 2007 to 2008, Waltman worked with Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, and in August 2009, Sean became the GLCW Heavyweight Champion by defeating Skull Crusher, increasing further his net worth. He returned to WWE in 2011, and most recently, Waltman fought alongside Billy Gunn in a victory over Prakash Sabar and The Proletariat Boar of Moldova in September 2016.
Regarding his personal life, Sean Waltman was married to Terry Waltman from 1991 to 2002 and has two children with her. Subsequent relationships have been short-lived, in some part due to his and his partners’ drug use, in which he apparently still indulges.
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