Sean Waltman, more commonly known as 'X-Pac', has opted to stay silent in the week proceeding his former fiancée Joan Laurer's death.
Usually, Pac is very vocal and opinionated on Twitter and generally tweets every day, but his silence surely speaks volumes due to the turbulent relationship they shared.
Originally, back in the Attitude era, both wrestlers were part of the popular D-Generation X stable, but their relationship didn't develop further until after their respective WWE runs, during which time they were engaged to be married twice.
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It was also during this time that Laurer, known as Chyna in the WWE, first ventured into the adult movie business, appearing with Waltman in the indecorously titled '1 Night in China'.
Since then, however, their relationship turned about as sour as relationships can go. Both parties were very vocal about the other's use of, and reliance, on illegal substances.
Culminating last year on a Sirius/XM radio show where they accused each other of various atrocities, the worst of which being rape, with Waltman challenging her to take a lie detector test. At the end of the show, Waltman professed that he genuinely wished Laurer all the best and that he missed their friendship.
Her death on April 20th has been attributed to an accidental overdose of prescription drugs and WWE superstars past and present have been moved to send their condolences. From The Rock and Mick Foley to Shawn Michaels and Chris Jericho. Even Stephanie McMahon and Triple H, who had previous issues with Chyna, offered condolence and spoke highly of her achievements.
Is X-Pac still grieving the loss of his former love? Or is he perhaps trying to maintain dignity with silence?
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