RVD is definitely one of the most technically-gifted pro wrestlers to have ever competed in the pro wrestling world. The icon has accomplished a lot in his career and continues to get a lot of respect no matter what. His last WWE run wasn’t a memorable one and it appears he has accused WWE of killing that run.

Mr. Monday Night 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.

RVD made his return to WWE in June 2013 for a brief run, but most people barely remember anything from that run. Aside from a few great matches, RVD didn’t really do much of anything during that run.

While speaking during the latest edition of his “One Of A Kind” podcast with co-host Dominc DeAngelo, RVD talked about his last run in Vince McMahon’s company. RVD accused WWE of killing that run and simply doung nothing with him.

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“When I went back in 2014 [2013], it sucked, and they weren’t ready for me. I guess they didn’t have plans for me. They had plans with [sic] all these other guys, and then they just kind of threw me on the schedule, I agreed to do five weeks, and it was like 88 matches. It was, you know, to work with the young guys, but it did nothing for me.

They killed me the whole time. And I waited till the very last. Last of the last to say anything because, like I said, I’m not a complainer and to my benefit (…) That’s the way that I handled it. I waited, and since then, I was told to notify them when I was ready, so maybe that’s back where we are. I don’t know.”

RVD is also in great shape and is ready to make his in-ring return whenever he feels like it. RVD also had an interesting response to having one final pro wrestling run. It remains to be seen when RVD will finally return to the squared circle.

What do you think of what RVD said? Were you disappointed by his last WWE run? Share your thoughts below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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