Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 13, 2012
More On Rob Van Dam’s TNA Return Inside

More On Rob Van Dam’s TNA Return Inside

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Following months of inactivity, Rob Van Dam returned to TNA Wrestling programming on Thursday’s episode of iMPACT! Wrestling. He was added to the Garett Bischoff led team for the Lethal Lockdown match at TNA Lockdown.

As noted earlier, RVD is back full time and will be promoted as a top star going forward.

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9 Responses to “More On Rob Van Dam’s TNA Return Inside”

  1. HolsG says:

    What about the young talent Dixie mentioned less than 4 hours ago, we don't need him!!!!!!!!

  2. lowridin all day says:

    A top star???? This dude is a joke and his wrestling moves are for 5-12 year olds to enjoy….not a grown ass man…..hang it up RVD….you SUCK

  3. aos82 says:

    the' young talent' theyre pushing is bischoffs son.but its ok the fans will come back in they're droves knowing they can see a 5 star frog splash! im fine with him signing a deal i think he could be ok tv champ level but the thought of him as a top star disappoints me hugely there are many more on the roster more deserving

    • russbro says:

      I don't mind the old stars being in the title frame. It gives the likes of Roode and Storm more validity to their title reigns if they are beating big name talents. I just want to see a mix of people going for the title.

      • aos82 says:

        if your looking for an older guy to challenge id prefer bully ray i the frame than rvd ive said before since 3d split he's changed massivly from his physical appearnce to attitude and i think he has earnt bigger things becuase you can see the effot he's put in.rvd aint so much as changed his ring attire since the 90s

  4. Triple f says:

    If RVD stays, FINE! If RVD gets a push, FINE! If RVD leaves, FINE! If RVD sells hot dogs in the lobby on the road shows, FINE! At this point, everything’s just FINE!

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