WWE SmackDown Debut Wrestlers: Where Are They Now?
You could write several books about X-Pac trials and tribulations and still not tell the whole story. He was rarely stronger than he was at the turn of the century, however, and from the ghastly X-Factor stable to his run in the ill-fated nWo revival, nothing Pac did in the remainder of his WWE run held a candle to his DX days.
X-Pac left WWE in 2002, and joined TNA shortly after. He worked his way through a number of smaller companies over the coming years before eventually mending fences and rejoining WWE in a backstage role in 2011, but he’s perhaps best known for his turbulent personal life these days.
Pac’s vices and personal issues are well-worn topics, as is his destructive relationship with Chyna. The duo filmed and released the “1 Night in China” sex tape in 2006, then a sequel three years later, before a predictably messy break-up. His last WWE appearance came at WrestleMania 31, when he, the New Age Outlaws, and Shawn Michaels helped Triple H in his match with Sting.
X-Pac kept a busy independent wrestling schedule in 2016, and looks set to continue down a similar path this year. In addition, X-Pac currently hosts a podcast titled “1, 2, 360” on afterbuzztv.com, where he interviews a variety of former and current pro-wrestlers about their time in the business.