"That is another reason I'm pretty sure I won't be returning there any time soon. Hunter was pretty obviously jealous of certain individuals. I'm not saying he was jealous of me. I could tell he was envious of (Rob) Van Dam. He was extremely envious of Rob's success. He was jealous of Van Dam's personality. He was jealous that people gravitated towards Rob, because people liked being around Rob because he was very positive. The most glaring was the work rate. Hunter has had the same matches his whole career. If the guy is so damn tough, why does he need a sledgehammer. How do you justify this guying be a bad ass if he always has a weapon. Hunter is like that nerd that throws out a joke expecting the room to start laughing and ends up laughing at his own joke."
This rather interesting picture surfaced on Twitter this week. It's Alpha Female, who signed a contract with TNA while they were on the European tour, and LeiD Tapa carrying Al Snow, a backstage agent for Impact Wrestling.
With all the controversy surrounding CM Punk and his departure from WWE, a rather interesting and possibly edited picture has surfaced online of the former world champion hanging out backstage with Karl Anderson, Prince Devitt, Luke Gallows and the Bullet Club, a stable making waves in Japan right now.
Tommy Dreamer noted on Twitter that it has been thirteen years since the very final ECW show took place, and the former champion posted a special picture of some of the stars from backstage.
Since some fans requested to see it, Rob Van Dam posted a picture of himself with long hair on Twitter.
There have been some speculations on the type of contract that Rob Van Dam is looking to sign with WWE. Not a lot has changed from the last time around. The former heavyweight champion wants to keep a simple schedule on a short term deal that should probably last approximately three months.
While there has been no confirmation or announcement from WWE yet, the belief is that a deal with Rob Van Dam will be made, so that the former heavyweight champion can make his return at the Royal Rumble pay per view as a surprise entrant in the main event.
While he is willing to return for the period between the Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania, Rob Van Dam is said to be unwilling to stick around with WWE until Extreme Rules. Management wants the former ECW star for the show, but it goes beyond the three month period that he wants to work.
Booker T has announced a very special treat for fans of his wrestling promotion down in Texas. Former WWE and ECW heavyweight champion Rob Van Dam is set to work a Reality of Wrestling event on January 11, 2014 in Houston.