RVD remains one of the most technically-gifted pro wrestlers to have ever competed inside the squared circle. The pro wrestling legend has competed in several promotions such as ECW, WCW, WWE, and IMPACT Wrestling during his career that has lasted over thirty years. It seems he is open to competing in WWE again.
RVD became a fan of the pro wrestling world in the 80s and realized he wanted to do it all his life. In fact, RVD was also instructed during the early days of his career to say that he was actually related to Jean-Claude Van Damme.
While speaking on Insight with Chris Van Vliet, RVD was asked if he wants to have another match in WWE. RVD stated that he definitely has more matches in him and proceed to shoot down the rumor that WWE won’t let him wrestle due to concussions.
“I definitely have matches in me. I am not sure if they willl be in WWE or not. I think probably because why not? At the same time, maybe there is a why not that I do not know about. Despite it all, I’ve kept in touch with Vince. I know we have a good relationship. Specifically, when certain things happen, there was something nobody knows about that got thrown around and got back to me that Carrano said I was part of the concussion suit against WWE, complete b*******. It seemed to stop me from doing something I wanted to do. Very shortly after, I talked to Vince, he did not mention anything.
There was rumors that went out that WWE had told me I could never wrestle for them again because of concussions, and most people believed that was true. but I have never talked to WWE about any concussions. That was some b******* that someone pulled out of some divorce papers when the evil ex was being real nasty, she was saying at the time that I was faking double vision that I had, which is documented throughout the movie of HeadStrong. My evil ex said I should’ve been working full time like I did in 2003 sending her money. So that got out there and people think it is true because it is now on the internet.”
Rob Van Dam was also inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year and fans will always remember his contributions to the pro wrestling world. He is currently enjoying his life outside of pro wrestling but could return whenever he wants to.
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