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Rob Van Dam has no plans to fight for WWE or AEW

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Rob Van Dam was one of the most popular wrestlers of the late 90s and early 2000s. RVD’s performance at ECW is a legend. Van Dam then had great success at WWE and TNA. The entire F’n Show is currently not planning to reappear on the national stage.

RVD was recently featured in the documentary Headstrong. The film is dedicated to the memory problems Van Dam faced after his full-time wrestling career. The Reelz network recently aired the film.

Van Dam sat at Cafe de Rene with former WWE opponent Rene Dupre. RVD talked about future plans for the fight. Independent bookmakers who have enough money can bring it into the game. WWE and AEW probably won’t happen anytime soon. Rob also mocked his next TV appearance.

“I’m not sure if you said WWE or AEW, but the answer is the same in both. No one. I’m not talking to anyone who matters. I’m still doing some shots, I’m still struggling, you know, but it’s an indie thing now and usually people from abroad can raise their RVD speed compared to a normal running India …

The only thing I can think of next time I see it on TV is that I don’t think I can talk about it. Let’s say I did a rhyming show with RaAcesparkssy. Everyone wants to watch because it’s about one of our brothers. So it should be aired in the spring or elsewhere. There would always be a lot going on, but I can’t tell you where to watch the wrestling show because I don’t plan on talking about it yet.

While Rob Van Dam is probably referring to the series “Autopsy: The Last Hours …”, the show will look at the causes of the celebrities’ deaths. In the world of professional wrestling, there are many materials to choose from. The show has featured Randy Savage, Chris Benoit and China in the past. Fans looking for an RVD fix should keep an eye on Reelz.

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