WWE News: Rob Van Dam joins Hall of Fame Inductee 2021

WWE News: The news was confirmed by FOX Sports before being announced on the company’s social media and website.

RVD responded to the nomination in an interview conducted by Ryan Satin.

Through an official statement on its website, WWE announced Rob Van Dam as the next superstar to receive a Hall of Fame nomination in the class of 2021.

The induction of the former WWE and ECW champion was initially revealed by Paul Heyman through his Twitter account. However, it was just a few moments ago when FOX Sports publicly confirmed the inclusion of Rob Van Dam in the class of 2021. The journalist Ryan Satin was in charge of communicating this news to the fighter. “It’s an incredible feeling,” RVD clarified.

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“As you can imagine, I feel recognized and appreciated for all the physical work I have delivered. Many fans called me ‘future hall of fame’ for years, and I always thought of those words as praise. But I really feel honored to belong. to this year’s class. ” Rob Van Dam regarded his induction as a victory for himself and his followers. “I’m happy for myself and the fans,” clarified Rob. “I feel like they are behind me waiting to celebrate this victory together.”

Robert Alexander Szatkowski began his career in 1990. The following year he would take the nickname Rob Van Dam, due to the resemblance he had at that time with the actor Jean-Claude Van Damme. His arrival at Extreme Championship Wrestling in 1996 would make him one of the most important faces of the extreme company. After the closure of ECW, Van Dam would come to WWE in 2001 during the angle of “The Invasion”. RVD would reap success with multiple title victories, including the WWE Championship and the ECW World Heavyweight Championship that he would get at the One Night Stand 2006 event. As a curious fact, after The Undertaker’s defeat at WrestleMania XXX, Rob Van Dam is the fighter with the longest active undefeated streak of the great event with four wins and zero losses.

The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony will take place this Tuesday, April 6, and can be seen through WWE Network and Peacock in the United States. This day will be in charge of presenting the nominees of the 2020 and 2021 classes. Below, the list of nominations announced to date.

WWE Hall of Fame 2020: Class of 2020

The New World Order (“Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, X-Pac)

John “Bradshaw” Layfield

The British Bulldog

Jushin “Thunder” Liger

The Bella Twins (Nikki Bella and Brie Bella)

WWE Hall of Fame 2020: Class of 2021

Molly holly

Eric Bischoff

The Great Khali


Rob van dam


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