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X-Pac sends D'Lo down



X-Pac celebrates his European title win.
Click here for a video of the finish. (3.6 M)
 They are crying in Madrid, Spain today.

And in Helsinki, Berlin, Paris, and any number of cities than D'Lo Brown claimed was home.

Because D'Lo isn't the European champ anymore.

X-Pac won the title last night on RAW (actually taped last Tuesday) when he caught Brown coming off the ropes and planted him face-first onto the mat.

This is X-Pac's first title in the WWF since January 1995, when he was tag champ with Bob Holly while wrestling as 1-2-3 Kid.

As Syxx, Sean Waltman (X-Pac's real name) held the WCW Cruiserweight title from February 1997, after beating Dean Malenko, until June 1997, when he lost to a babyface Chris Jericho (remember that?).

Obviously, for this Sunday's Breakdown, D'Lo Brown's match against Gangrel won't be a title shot.

X-Pac is scheduled to team with the New Age Outlaws against Southern Justice and Jeff Jarrett.

Look for the feud between X-Pac and Jarrett to escalate in the near future.