Rob Van Dam hasn’t ruled out returning to the WWE for one last run he has revealed in a recent interview on That 90’s Wrestling Podcast.
Host James asked RVD About a possible WWE run in the future, the former WCW, ECW, WWE veteran quickly laughs off the idea, but revealed that his schedule is free – and open to the possibility one one last ride.
I wouldn’t hold my breath (laughs), I definitely don’t have any interest in doing like a full-time schedule, But now I don’t even know what that is, Ya know I guess the guys now don’t really have to worry about that with the pandemic,
They’re just doing TV, there are no house shows, There’s no shows anywhere that aren’t on TV, I’m here in Las Vegas, the show capital of the world, they don’t even have any shows, except the whole F’N Show, it’s kinda sad ya know.
But ya know a return, maybe?
I don’t have anything planned let me put it that way, there’s nothing on the agenda, I wouldn’t rule anything out, except ya know like I said, I wouldn’t go back out on the road full-time, we can go ahead and rule that out.
RVD made his WWE debut in 2001 on an episode of RAW alongside fellow ECW alumnus Tommy Dreamer, attacking Kane and Chris Jericho. Since, he enjoyed a successful 6 year run until he left for the Independent circuit.
He would return to the WWE briefly in 2013-14, his final match a loss to Seth Rollins before heading to IMPACT Wrestling. Despite his association with IMPACT, Van Dam made a one-night return to WWE for the special Raw Reunion episode of Monday Night Raw in July 2019.
Only time will tell, what we do know is that Rob Van Dam hasn’t closed the door.