• Rob Van Dam On What Will Make Him Return To WWE
During a recent interview for the ‘Dropkick podcast’, former WWE Champion “The Whole F’N Show” Rob Van Dam revealed what it would take for him to return to the WWE.
Van Dam already wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation (later renamed World Wrestling Entertainment) in 1997, from 2001 until 2007 and again from 2013 to 2014.
Here’s what RVD said about a potential WWE return:
“One thing that I know is that there’s no way that I would ever go back to the schedule that I was on, you know what I mean?
Right now, the pandemic, it doesn’t look like anybody’s doing that schedule but I don’t expect that to last that much longer. Looks like my perspective is like the world is starting to open back up again and so I expect there to be some shows. In fact, I’m booked on a show coming up: Frontline Pro April 3rd in Wisconsin.
But you know money talks, you know what I mean? Like if it was right then it’s worth it, but definitely I don’t have any interest in being, you know full-time.
I don’t get excited about working with young kids, I don’t miss being in the ring, I don’t care. If it’s worth it, it’s worth it. It’s not that I don’t care, but It’s just you know I go with the flow and that’s how I make my decisions.
I wouldn’t hold my breath to see me wrestle on TV again.”
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• Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Celebrates His Birthday
Old School WWF Tag Team Veteran Beau Beverly (Real name: Wayne Bloom) celebrates his 63rd birthday today.
Wayne Bloom spent most of his professional wrestling career teaming with his close personal friend Mike Enos, first as “The Destruction Crew” for Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association (88-91), later as “Minnesota Wrecking Crew 2” for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1990) and then they finally joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1991 as “The Beverly Brothers”.
They were managed by The Genius (Lanny Poffo) for a while, but eventually left the promotion in 1993, then teamed up again for a few matches in 1997 & 1998 on WCW TV.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY BEAU BEVERLY!