Rob Van Dam Speaks About Vince McMahon Retiring



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Rob Van Dam Speaks About Vince McMahon Retiring

Rob Van Dam, known as RVD, is a WWE Hall of Famer and he spoke about Vince McMahon retiring. Vince McMahon was WWE’s main driving force. He was the head of the WWE creative team, CEO and Chairman. RVD has worked under him for many years.

RVD is known for his high-flying and extremely risky moves. He regularly used to put his body on the line and provided fans with very good entertainment. He usually used to compete in TLC matches and regularly used tables and ladders to punish his opponents.

His signature moves included sandwiching his opponents between himself and the ladder.

Rob Van Dam Has Nice Things to Say About Vince McMahon

Vince McMahon took over the WWE nearly 40 years ago. He is currently 76 years old.

It wasn’t known as WWE at that time. Vince McMahon was forced to retire after a few allegations. Allegedly he had a few s*xual relationships with various female employees and later paid them to not talk about it. Vince announced that he would retire on Twitter.

His daughter, Stephanie McMahon is the co-CEO right now. Nick Khan is the other co-CEO right now. Triple H is now the head of the creative team and John Laurinaitis is the Head of Talent Relations. Triple H has been extremely busy since he took on his new role and has brought back a few released WWE superstars since he took over.

RVD no longer works for the WWE but that did not stop him from commenting on Vince McMahon, a person that he worked for and praised in the past. He also had a few kind words to say about John, "John Laurinaitis ... he was my guy," former WWE Champion Rob Van Dam said while on "NBC Sports Boston."

"I know a lot of people didn't get along with him ... I don't like Vince being gone, but it might be, if it's better for business then that's awesome. I know that a lot of people don't feel the way that I do about it, you know, but I feel more like I probably lost, you know, one of my only people I could imagine stopping by to want to say 'Hello' to."

Rob Van Dam joined the WWE in 2001 and wrestled till 2007. During that time, he won the WWE, ECW, Intercontinental and Tag Team Titles. He worked under Since McMahon during that time. His last match in the WWE took place in August 2014. RVD entered the WWE Hall of Fame in 2021.