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Rob Van Dam Talks About Feeling Bad For Injuring Wrestlers, Reveals Which Injury He Feels The Worst About

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• OLD SCHOOL HISTORY (February 19, 1990) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling

On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.

It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF WrestleMania VI’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Koko B. Ware vs. Omar Atlas

– WWF Update

– Ted DiBiase vs. Jerry Monti

– Rick Rude vs. Brutus Beefcake

– Bad News Brown vs. Lee Peek

– WWF Event Center

– Tito Santana vs. Black Bart

– Dusty Rhodes vs. Rick Martel

– WrestleMania 6 Report

– Dino Bravo vs. Terry Bronson

– Tugboat vs. Dale Wolfe

– WWF Event Center

– Bret Hart vs. Akeem

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• Rob Van Dam Talks About Feeling Bad For Injuring Wrestlers, Reveals Which Injury He Feels The Worst About

During a recent appearance on Apter Chat, former WWE Champion Rob Van Dam talked about accidentally injuring wrestlers in the ring and which injury he felt the worst about.

Below is what RVD said:

“Sabu, he’s always been crazy too. I asked Sabu one time; we were in the ring and The Original Sheik wasn’t there for whatever reason and I was already a martial artist, kickboxing at that time. I said, ‘I’d like to do this move where I do a springboard off the second rope.’

I probably didn’t know it was a called a springboard but anyway, the one where I do the back jump out of the corner and I kick the guy in the face, and I was telling Sabu that I think that would be a cool move and he goes, ‘Okay, try it.’

I was like, ‘Yeah, I know how to kick you really hard, knock you out, but is there a trick or something? Like do I aim somewhere else?’ He goes, ‘Just do it, and try not to break my jaw,’ and I was like, ‘I don’t know. I don’t feel that comfortable.’

He goes, ‘No, no. You’re good enough. You got good control and if you do break my jaw, when it heals,’ he said ‘then we’ll try it again.’ I was like, ‘Okay,’ I bounced off the rope, bam. Broke his jaw.

He’s eating through a straw for the next four or five, maybe six weeks, and then afterwards, he got in the ring just like he said. He said, ‘Do it again, but try to pull it back some.’

With that very same kick, I knocked Abyss’ teeth out in TNA which is one of the injuries I feel the worst about.”

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