WWE News: Four-time WWE tag team champion comments on Neville's impending return
Neville's impending return has pleased this former WWE champion.
What's the story?
Former WWE Superstar, X-Pac, recently commented on ex-Cruiserweight Champion, Neville's return to the WWE.
Sean Waltman, who went by the ring name, X-Pac, was delighted to hear recent reports which suggested that Neville has sorted out his differences with the WWE and could make a return to a WWE ring soon.
In case you didn't know...
Reports last month suggested that Neville had walked out of the WWE and it was rumoured that he wasn't pleased with his time at the WWE, but the WWE denied rumours that he had quit.
He was set to face Enzo Amore for the Cruiserweight title but was then later replaced by Kalisto, who went on to win the title, only to lose it.
This past week, reports have indicated that Neville has had talks with Vince McMahon and that they could find a middle ground to make the return possible, as early as the end of this month.
The heart of the matter
Waltman, in his podcast 1, 2, 360, was pleased to hear that the WWE and Neville have reached an agreement and shed light on the reasons why wrestlers walk out of promotions.
The former DX member said that 'creative satisfaction' is as important as money for most wrestlers, and that the former is 'highly underrated': "I’m very happy to know that they have ironed everything out… Here’s the thing, it’s not about how much money you can make on the indies it’s about your sanity.
"It’s about when you get back there (WWE) and they start F’ing with you and burying you. You can go, crazy dude. Creative satisfaction is highly underrated. Highly, it’s right up there with money. Pretty close," said Waltman, in his podcast (H/T NoDQ).
It remains to be seen when Neville will return to WWE again. Meanwhile, Enzo Amore will defend his Cruiserweight title against
205 Live and the WWE need Neville more than the other way around. Enzo Amore doesn't have a strong enough competitor in the entire division and Neville HAS to return to the WWE to make the Division relevant again.