Monday, August 13, 2007

Random Ass Update

When a couple of weeks go by and I haven't written a new blog, it's either because I've been too busy, or that not much has happened that I want to write about. In the case of the later, I know you want to hear from me anyway so I feel obligated to check in with you and give you something to read. This being the case, read on and expect "random".

First off, I just found out that Brian Adams was just found dead. You may remember Brian as "Crush" from Demolition. At 43 years old, he adds to the list of wrestlers finishing their life early. While it's getting harder to deny the common ground of all these young men and women, it gets no easier to except. Brian was always very cool to me and that's the way I'll remember him.

Anybody catch that show "Dinner for Five" on tv? I watched Kevin Smith host a dinner conversation with Stan Lee, Jason Lee, Mark Hamill, and J.J. Abrams. If it's still playing, fan boys everywhere- set your tivos. I'll share the biggest thing I took with me from watching that tv show with you right now. Remember how excited you were to learn that there would be a spin-off series of Star Wars made for televison? And Kevin Smith was going to write it? Sorry. It was bullshit. Throw it on the rumor list.

I know I recommended John from Cincinnati and it's a fucking crazy show, but we stayed with it all season. The interesting characters and dialogue keep us going even though we have no idea what the fuck is going on. It's made by the people who brought us Deadwood, and I usually had no idea what they were talking about on that show either. Anyway, it's a few weeks in right now, but Damages is a great show. You might have to see this from the start, but it's totally worth it. Damages. Look for it on FX.

I'll be the first to tell you that the media will convict someone long before they've had their day in court, but If Michael Vick is guilty of beating and killing those dogs, he could use some ass kicking and I hope someone tells him I said that!

Transformers kicked ass. It's as good as all the hype. Megan Fox is worth it too!

I thought the Simpson's Movie was way better than people led me to believe. We laughed through the entire movie. Good times.
I want to thank the fans that came to see me at the Comic Con in San Diego. This was my fifth time to go, and I'm already looking forward to next year. I'll be more visible next year and try to stay for a couple of days.

Alright, time for some motivation. Remember that what you do for work is not who you are. The true you exists before, during and after all things that pass in your life. Stay in touch with this person and learn your path. Grow in this connection.

I got another for ya. Living with regret only anchors us to the past so we can't move forward. Regret is a choice. Look for the silver lining. Stop wishing and start hoping.

That's it for this blog, everyone. I do read all your feedback (and recognize quite a few of you) so keep it coming. I'll be responding on my site in the near future.

If you want to do something good for your spirit, repeat this at least 4 times a day.

"I feel happy. I feel healthy. I feel terrific!"


Blogger Sssshhh! said...

1st comment!hell yeah! is always good to hear from you. Sadly, your suggestions about tv doesn't work for me, because i live in argentina.
Keep on rolling Rob.
When is going to be the next we'll see you 5star splashing?
see you

August 14, 2007 at 12:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It says that you chose not to renew your contract? Personally I think that's a good decision, as so many wrestlers are dying as of late.
Take care, and thank you for the many inspirational sayings.

R.I.P Brian Adams, John Kronus, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero.. etc

August 14, 2007 at 3:04 AM  
Anonymous The Whole F'n Fansite! RVD is 1 of A Kind! said...

I Just can't believe it He was only 43. Today is my birthday and I am turning 44. That's messed up. Demolition was one of my favs and I do remember Crush. Hearing this makes me sad. Rob please stay healthy and I say this with a tear in my eye. I cried when Eddie passed also when Chris passed just recently and now Brian(Crush). I could keep going on with the list. It is so sad it seems like every other day. I posted a comment on your blog on your myspace as it is this same blog and I will state this again thanks for the advice..."I feel happy. I feel healthy. I feel TERRIfic!"I promise I will get back to meditating and start hoping. I now know all this negative energy has been hindering my spirit. I also realize this may also be affecting those whom are close to me. I have been regretting the past because of a promise I broke because of circumstances beyond my control and instead I need to look for the silver lining as you said. It's there. I know where my hope is and I will keep it so I can move forward. Now I must close because I have to go help with CLOTHES at the Clothing Closet at our church which helps clothe the poor...Ya know, like me. Hey we all gotta do our part and I am always glad to see you being so awesome to the fans. You are a real person and that is what makes you THE WHOLE F'N SHOW!! When I worked at the DEVOS PERFORMANCE HALL I met some genuine people like you and there was also some ones that thought they were above thier fans. Those usually are the ones who lose their fans cause they treat their fans like crap. Just recently I saw that you had your pic taken with a teen from my church. The pic was taken awhile back but he was still excited and showed me it when he noticed my ECW visor I made. The fact you are so kind to your fans is the reason you are where you are today and I have heard you state it that it is because of the fans. Remember Rob it is your kindness also that keeps the fans. Thank you.

August 14, 2007 at 9:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I feel Happy, I feel Healthy, I feel Terrific! I feel better already.


August 14, 2007 at 11:06 AM  
Anonymous Dallas J. said...

Thanks for your inspirational messages. I do not believe in coincidences and I needed to read what you wrote in your blog.
I also wanted to say thank you for being so amazingly cool to my four year old son, Dante, when you came out from the stadium at a house show in Vancouver a few months ago. You were, understandably, in a mad rush but you took a moment to sign his replica ECW belt and take a picture with him; the picture is framed and featured prominently in his room and he often talks about his “friend,” Rob Van Dam, while he plays with your action figures.
I am proud to know that one of my son’s heroes, and his favourite wrestler, is a positive person.

August 14, 2007 at 1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Rob, it seems you feel great. That makes me happy man. You are one of my favorite wrestlers of all time. I'm 18 now and watched wrestling since I was 10. My name is Thorsten and I live in Germany, by the way. I think your wrestling style is one of the most special I have ever seen. Your flips, splashes and kicks are really cool. I have a fitness room and I try to be more flexible and stuff like that. Can you give me some tipps how to learn a split? Would be cool. I really look forward to hear from you again. I respect you so much.
Much love and respect from Germany.

August 14, 2007 at 4:59 PM  
Blogger Will said...

I can't believe someone else is gone now too..I was never a huge Brian Adams fan, but he was a decent wrestler for his size..This has to stop, it's getting to be ridiculous..I loved both Transformers and the Simpsons Movie, but would have to give the edge to Transformers, Megan Fox is blazin..Seriously, you guys should check out the FHM shoot she did...Good to hear from you Rob..

August 14, 2007 at 5:18 PM  
Blogger JAYLTEAVI said...

Hi Rob, too bad about Brian Adams former 3rd demolition member, had a hawaiian gimick ,was member of the Deciples of apocalips(D.O.A)a biker gang in WWF.and of course teamed with with adam bomb, i mean Wrath which formed kronik.Not sure how it's spelled. One more young man like you said to the list of many young wrestlers who have died.

Got to tell you Rob and im not playing my Sister told me a wrestler died that i knew of.She told me with a kind of sad face. And everytime i hear a wrestler died i'm scared it might be you. I know your in good health and you don't use drugs.(M.J. well i know about that), but i also know about accidents like Owen Hart. It's a scary thought. Then i start thinking about if somethings happens to my Bro or others in my family.we can't live in fear ,but i believe we have to be prepare for everything in life.I don't know if afterwards how can we withstand the pain ,but i know have my hopes in an other life.

Don't get me wrong i feel for many other wrestlers,but with you it was diffrent then with other of my favorite wrestlers like Bret Hart.Concerning your career i waited for years for you to get your break.Even though you probally didn,t fight to much from being held back like you were.Bret at least got a good push and 5 tiles in the WWF to his credit.I always believe that quality is better than quantity and you will always have the best quality fans behind you for being a better person then many other wrestlers that have bigger egos. I know you seemed always like a show off ,but i always believe it was more cause of your talent and having fun than actually trying to brag to other wrestlers. I think it's not that bad to show off against those who thing there great or are great ,but are lousy human beings.

So Rob it was a harder road to past as a fan of yours because things didn't come that easy to you like other wrestlers ,concerning what you deserved and should have had a long time ago,but sure at least you alive and healthy and happy. guys like Droz have been through worst.

Rob i also was holding back from writing what i feel is my update on your site. Expressing my self one way or another i usually do this very late so i'm sorry for all the errors i leave. i usually don't even leave space either during my writing,anyway it's good to be able to hear from you, i was thinking you were busy or your might be saving your energy a little. Noe that your free i'll recommend you another movie just in case you havn't seen it a comedy WildHogs with Tim allen,John Travolta , Martin Lawrence and the funniest character in the movie which i forgot his name.Any way Rob I Hope you finish off your life better than your career,because that's what really matters,Right. Well Robby V that's all Folks. till next time from probally your biggest fan J.L-T.V

August 14, 2007 at 8:27 PM  
Anonymous The Whole F'N Fansite! RVD Is 1 Of A Kind! said...

Hey RVD, this is to the guy who wanted to know how to do the splits...RVD stretches 45 minutes to an hour before he wrestles and before he works out...Gotta keep the body safe from injuries that is what he always says. I'll tell it years of stretches!! AND most of all RVD's Van Dam Lift is AWESOME!!! He used two chairs pushed together and spread them apart little bit by little while sitting on them then started lifting and STILL to this day holds the record!!! RVD I hope that helped answer his question! Glad to help.

August 14, 2007 at 9:12 PM  
Anonymous Kristi said...

I too thought the Simpsons movie was awesome and I too laughed throughout the whole thing. None of my friends wanted to see it or I woulda gone sooner. As far as the shows you suggested, I don't really watch them...I don't think I get the network they come on but I usually do enjoy the shows that you list from networks I DO get. haha. I like that your blog totally reeks of randomness.

August 14, 2007 at 9:55 PM  
Anonymous Jay said...

Thanks for the random update, please do keep them up, I enjoy your editorial

August 14, 2007 at 11:17 PM  
Anonymous Alex said...

RVD vs. Vick in a Kennel from Hell match!!! now THAT could headline mania! TNA! TNA! TNA!

Was at one night stand last year when u won the belt...missing RVD on top...when you joining TNA?

August 14, 2007 at 11:18 PM  
Anonymous Ryan/Spartan said...

Its Always cool hearing from the Whole F'n Show! And thx for the inspiration man ive really been needing some of that of late.

Keep it hardcore man!

August 14, 2007 at 11:29 PM  
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August 15, 2007 at 8:53 AM  
Blogger tom said...

First off I wanted to say that I was sad to hear that Brian Adams had passed on my Condolence go out to The Famliy and Friends of Brian Adams. I saw that talked about "John From Cincinnati" I wated to let you know or to any who has watched The Show from The Beginning that saw was canceled by HBO and last but not least if want to see a good Movie may I suggest The Bourne Ultimatum.

August 15, 2007 at 9:02 AM  
Blogger Irishman said...

Hey Rob, its always great to hear from the whole fucking show. Its also great to hear your still doing well. Things where I am, which is actually Hartford, Michigan, mighta heard of it, things are going good as well. Personally if Vick does get convicted you should go down there and kick his ass 1 on 1, take some pictures, and leave the scraps, I mean it's not like they get fed that much anyway right? And it is sad that Brian Adams has passed, I and hopefully everyone else wishs him the best. Well gotta fly high, so everyone reading this take it easy, exspecially you Rob, us guys can't lose our favorite stoner. Peace

August 15, 2007 at 7:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wasn't sure if I was going to leave a comment on here or not and I didn't know if you would even see it if I did. I rather e-mail you through WWE's site but since you're not wrestling I thought it would be weird. I was very upset that you weren't wrestling anymore especially since there is an ECW show aug. 25th at Sovereign Bank Arena. I saw CM Punk do the Monkey Flip at the Great American Bash. Of course, I rather see you do it but I was happy to see it since it's been awhile since I saw it. I listened to the radio interviews you have on your site. I didn't like how they kept talking more to eachother than to you and interrupting you when you were speaking. I was so happy to hear your voice again. Your voice is so sexy. I actually listened to the interviews more than once. I miss you talking since sometimes you would talk on ECW. I also like that during the interviews you mentioned that you always get checked by your own doctors and not just what WWE had. It was also good to know all the tests you've taken. I was so happy to hear that because even if you're not wrestling and of course now I can't see you anymore I would still want you to be around for a long time. So it's good that you take care of yourself. I don't know if I'm going to leave anymore comments after this but I just wanted you to know that I still like you and I will always like you. You will always be my favorite wrestler even though I still like Rey Mysterio and Jeff Hardy. I just didn't want you to think that I forgot about you. I could never do that.

Mary Rossy

August 15, 2007 at 7:56 PM  
Anonymous DCB said...


I heard a story about you awhile back and i'm not sure if it is true or not. Can you shed some light on this in your next blog?

I heard you and Jean Claude Van Damme were at a sci fi convention(or something) together. I heard you tried to get a picture with him but he didn't do it. What happened?

Are you going to see Rush Hour 3? I haven't seen it yet but i love Jackie Chan so I'll be seeing it soon.

ps I really respect you as a person.

just another number one RVD fan,


August 15, 2007 at 9:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


August 15, 2007 at 10:59 PM  
Blogger Edward Ball said...

hey man, always good to hear from you. i gotta disagree with you though, the simpsons movie was no good. the show i think is ok, but the movie was awful, some funny parts though.

also, you should make it so your readers can subscribe to your blog. it'd make it much easier.

August 15, 2007 at 11:29 PM  
Anonymous thomas your biggest fan said...

hahahaha funny title i see ur taken it easy i seen your wife danm i see why u wanna stay home .....o yeah transformers was a great movie but to me soiderman 3 was kinda better i mean come on it had venom and the fight seens were great ....but i still don't see why everytime harry fights he always hit his head

August 16, 2007 at 7:11 AM  
Anonymous Ryan O'Farrell said...

Hey rob! I recently got both of your entrance themes from cd's and I listen to them everyday. That guy that was abusing those dogs is hopefully gonna have hell to pay if he is guilty! I hope you are enjoying your vacation and the simpsons movie fucking rocked! This new ecw shit is getting extremely hard to watch! It is horrible without you and the only wrestlers worth watching on there are Punk and Dreamer. Anyways, I can't wait for you to return and become a world champion again because your the whole fucking show! Peace out Rob.

August 16, 2007 at 11:32 AM  
Blogger Joni said...


Nice to hear from you again.

I'm glad you did get to go out and see the Transformer & Simpsons movie. I thought both movies were very good.

It's just so sad that Brian Adams died @ 43. I mean WTF??? I liked Brian when he was in WWE/WWF and thought that he someday would have come back but its just too bad. I hope his family is doing ok.

I hope that the guy who beat the dogs gets his ass royally kicked. I have two dogs and I love them as if they were my kids. Yes they say that dogs do not have souls but to me they have feelings like you and I do. Some people can be assholes.

Anyway, I am glad you are doing well and thanks for the inspirational sayings and staying positive. Being positive and easy going makes life alot better.

I don't know if you ever play video games but I would get a Nintendo Wii and try Rayman Ravining Rabbids. This game is soo funny. Ubisoft is the software company that makes it and a sequal will be out t his fall. Check out to see some funny bunny movie.

Take Care,

August 16, 2007 at 3:55 PM  
Blogger Joni said...


Nice to hear from you again.

I'm glad you did get to go out and see the Transformer & Simpsons movie. I thought both movies were very good.

It's just so sad that Brian Adams died @ 43. I mean WTF??? I liked Brian when he was in WWE/WWF and thought that he someday would have come back but its just too bad. I hope his family is doing ok.

I hope that the guy who beat the dogs gets his ass royally kicked. I have two dogs and I love them as if they were my kids. Yes they say that dogs do not have souls but to me they have feelings like you and I do. Some people can be assholes.

Anyway, I am glad you are doing well and thanks for the inspirational sayings and staying positive. Being positive and easy going makes life alot better.

I don't know if you ever play video games but I would get a Nintendo Wii and try Rayman Ravining Rabbids. This game is soo funny. Ubisoft is the software company that makes it and a sequal will be out t his fall. Check out to see some funny bunny movie.

Take Care,

August 16, 2007 at 3:55 PM  
Blogger Jadeinne said...


Well, it's so sad to hear about the death of Adams. But I was still confused who the ADAMS was the one. Is the singer and the wrestler one? Please answer me, all of you.

Anyway, it's really terriff, RVD. Hope you can make another blog for sometime...

8s my birthday today!
Nothing, I just remembered...

August 16, 2007 at 4:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This has nothing to do with the blog, but when you sed ye read all these i just had to tell you this. For all my years as a wrestling fan, i have neve see some1 so diversly talent as yourself, if your goal when you wrestler is to just make one person watching happy, u succeaded everytime i saw you.

August 17, 2007 at 3:03 AM  
Anonymous Paul said...

Good to see you out on the town Rob. You made my daughter's, Taylor, day. Although we won't be seeing you every week, it's good to know that spending time with your wife is very important to you. I definitely agree that the work & the money are no good if you can't sepend good quality time with the family. Take care and maybe we'll see ya around

August 17, 2007 at 4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's always good to see your blog, you words always help me feel positive after I read them - Erik Nelson,

August 17, 2007 at 9:12 PM  
Blogger Jadeinne said...


August 17, 2007 at 10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I also thought the simpsons movie was good and i reely think that u shoud go to smackdown.

August 18, 2007 at 3:30 PM  
Anonymous Em. said...

From your blog: "I got another for ya. Living with regret only anchors us to the past so we can't move forward. Regret is a choice. Look for the silver lining. Stop wishing and start hoping." This reminds me of a quote from Aldous Huxley from Brave New World Revisited where he states that when one makes a mistake that they should learn from it and move on. Too many people don't subscribe to that belief and that's probably why things are so messed up nowadays. Hope your time away from the ring has been productive and relaxing. John From Cincinnati has been pretty amusing although pretty hard to follow as you said. The new Curb Your Enthusiasms start in the next few weeks, which I strongly urge you and everybody else I come in contact with and discuss television to watch. Keep enjoying the summer and hope to see you back in the ring when you're ready for it.

August 18, 2007 at 7:48 PM  
Anonymous said...

Hey dude!
This is the first time I have got to respond to one of your blogs. But its good to know that I can relate to you without watching you wrestle. Its helps me to know that you are real just like me and not just another pompous-ass celebrity. Even though I do miss seeing you give somebody like Edge or Randy Orton a Vandaminator upside the head. That would be sweet!!!!! I liked the quote about doing something good for your spirit too. I need it right now. Later dude. RVD 4:20 always!!!!!!!

August 19, 2007 at 2:53 PM  
Anonymous CalmMountain said...

... Would it be all right to offer a different point of view?

Regret is not healthy in large doses, of course. But regret is almost a positive thing - a sign that we are not yet completely and totally apathetic, that there is something left in the world which we sincerely care about. Yes, regret can anchor us to a moment in the past but it can also help prepare us for the future. If we regret our mistakes then we're more likely to learn from them. If we learn from our errors then we can try to avoid repeating them. That's all.

For better or worse, we live in a world of labels. I understand what you mean and agree, in basic principle. Work alone shouldn’t define us - a solid foundation and social relationships beyond the workplace are beneficial to a persons mental and emotion health - but shouldn’t is the keyword. The truth varies from the ideal. The job that a person has, the profession that they choose... It affects the decisions that they make, the life that they lead.

By default work comes with a schedule attached and that schedule determines when you're awake, who you see each day and what you can afford. It affects how you relate - and how much opportunity you have to relate - to the world at large. It affects the skills that you choose to develop and your definition of what 'standing out' requires. The job that you have affects how other people see you, treat you and what they expect from you. A full time job can - and often does - creep into every aspect of a persons daily routines. This applies even for those professions where a person must present themselves as a character since the most credible characters always overlap or represent some aspect of the actor.

So the line between who you are at work and who you are beyond work… In my humble opinion and limited experience... For most people it's a very blurry line, to say the least. That’s prolly why the term ‘unemployment’ carries such negative connotations.

In the past, I've worked as a cashier. Didn't realize how much that job impacted me until I started working in my sleep. Not literally, of course. But for a long time - even after I eventually left that job - my most frequent and vivid reoccurring dream was a 'normal day at work' scenario. Most of the time I just heard the registers and mentally went through the motions and woke up tired. Sometimes I'd abruptly wake up thinking I'd been paged to do a price check or something. Thought it was kind of weird. Then I talked with some of my coworkers and discovered they'd had similar dreams. My theory for why it happens is this: maybe we'd gotten so accustomed to the routines at work that, on some subconscious level, it was actually relaxing/safe/comfortable for us to return there via dreams. (Theory 2 is that we had no lives. =P )

Now... You don't have answer this(or anything else, cause heck - it's your blog, you're calling the shots here)... And I don't mean to pry... But for as long as I've been aware of just how hectic the WWE schedule is, I've wondered if there were any real routines in that sort of job. Anything that might carry over and imprint itself on the subconscious enough to show up in a 'normal day at work' type dream. I mean... What could be considered a normal day at work, in a job with so many obvious variables? And would the schedule leave you too exhausted to dream - or unable to remember dreaming - anyway? Might the gentlemen in the industry ever wake up with the ring announcers introduction or the cheers of the fans ringing in their ears? That would be sort of nice, maybe. *shrugs*

Thanks for the mantra. Happy, healthy and terrific... Hrm. Easier said than believed. There’s a lot of negative energy in the world, it will take some effort to tune that out. No worries, I'll keep practicing.

Was one day at the comic con enough to get an impression of where the industry is going? I've noticed a lot of comic-book heroes lately but none of them seem to be in actual comics anymore. Lot of movies, cartoons and video games... Not a bad transition, perhaps. *shrugs again* Do they still publish new comics or is it just mainly a closed-circuit collectible field now? Forgive my ignorance. Sometimes we can find manga titles at the bookshops out here but nothing else comes close, so I wondered.

Hope life is treating you well. Take care.



August 20, 2007 at 11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enjoy your vacation! You are the best wrestler in the world today. Every night you gave it your all. Your matches where never lazy or boring. I just want to say thanks! When you want to come back I hope it is with the WWE. (TNA SUX!)Remember to get want you want in your next contract. (days off, Title Runs, etc) Maybe SmackDown would be the best show for you. Less politics. Also Demand the MAIN Event spot of Wrestlemania because you deserve it! Good Luck Bro! (P.S) Hold out to they cave in, they need you(wwe) more than you need them. RVD = Main Event!!

August 20, 2007 at 12:18 PM  
Anonymous Korey Burns said...

RVD I gotta say you are by far my favorite wrestler! The performances you put on each night you were out there are the reason I kept watching wrestling! I was wondering what plans you have now that your WWE contract is over? Could we be seeing you on TNA sometime? I really gotta see post to post again! The flog splash is great, but man is post to post something special! Anyway take care and thanks for being one of a kind!

August 21, 2007 at 1:55 AM  
Anonymous Billy R. said...

Hey Rob, I was glad to hear you and Sabu ditched what WWE calls "ECW". Like you said, it's just another brand.

I hated the restrictions WWE put on top-rope maneuvers. Sure it's for the wrestler's safety but the wrestler's know the risk and rewards of their job, right?

I hear TNA's X-Division doesn't have any restrictions hint, hint, nudge, nudge. Plus they only tape once every two weeks.

Oh I also heard that you own the rights to the name Rob Van Dam which is awesome if you went to TNA.

Ah well, I know you will go only if you want to and when you're ready to come back but please do go. The booking can get better.

I can't wait to see The Whole F'N Show again!

=D Have a nice day!

- Billy.

August 21, 2007 at 11:27 AM  
Anonymous Billy R. said...

Oh yeah and imagine the dream match

RVD vs AJ Styles

Although if I watch this... I might explode.

August 21, 2007 at 11:29 AM  
Anonymous Stoney said...

Hey rob. I'm new to this myspace thing, and and I'm not sure to what to write...I'm big into the whole 4:20 thing, and I think it's great that someone in your position continues to enjoy, and indulge in the sweet herb. After all god wouldn't have put it here if we weren't supoused to enjoy the fuck out of it.

My name is Stoney, and your the fucking greatest!!!

August 22, 2007 at 9:46 PM  
Anonymous The Invisible Man said...

RVD Vs. AJ Styles...

August 25, 2007 at 2:14 AM  
Anonymous T.J. Wilkerson said...

RVD, You're my all-time favorite wrestler. I hate Orton. I think you know why. I have a question for you. If you came back to the WWE this week, and you had the opportunity to fight an opponent of your choice, who would it be?

August 25, 2007 at 6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey,so how are you? this is the frist time i got to read your blog in a few weeks,sorry about that,but it's not my falt,almost killed myself back at the frist of june training for a motor cross race,went up in the air and the bike came down on me,fucked myself up really bad,and it fuckin sucks i know i could of won that race but sometimes shit like that happens,i know for a fact now that i will naver return to raceing,to bad it was my fuckin life,wil you return to your sport anytime soon? well that's all for now think i need some pain killers. hope to see you back in the ring soon!!

August 25, 2007 at 10:57 PM  
Anonymous kayla said...

hey how's it goin? i love your blogs,i always feel better after i read one of them.are you going to return to the ring sometime and kick some ass like jonh morrison he needs somesome one to show him he's not as good as he thinks he is,i think you would be the best to get the point across.hope to hear from you soon.

August 25, 2007 at 11:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the simpsons review. I'll have to see it sometime.
Also, are you going to TNA???

August 26, 2007 at 3:55 PM  
Anonymous Busafan said...

There are 3 wrestlers i actually want to see in the ring again that have been absent for various reasons.

RVD, Sabu, and my personal favorite Hayabusa. I wish you all well The WWF/WWE has become a joke. I haven't enjoyed one of their shows in a long time they waste talent and push laughable wrestlers to the forefront

We need a more pure wrestling federation out there less backstage more matches. Show the talent not the soap opera.

Good luck to you good call on leaving the WWE may life treat you well.

August 27, 2007 at 6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are still a great inspiration even outside the ring. I appreciate you and your wife giving me daughter Taylor and I the time to to say HI. She was very excited because you didn't just brush us off. May you enjoy your time off and enjoy the sights and sounds of this Great Los Angeles. San Pedro has some great eats too.

August 29, 2007 at 4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Van Dam, I am totally missing you. But it's nice to here from the old ECW extremist. Well, bye

September 5, 2007 at 2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


September 9, 2007 at 10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You haven't heard from before, but I'm probably the biggest fan you have! I listen to everything you have to say, and it is nice to hear from you.Keep it coming sweetie!

P.S. I do miss you as a wrestler!

September 11, 2007 at 11:11 AM  
Anonymous Looshi Kaos said...

Hey Rob. It sounds so good to hear from you, and I wish that you would have re-signed. ECW isn't the same without you. We all miss you, and I hope you know that. Have fun, being the Extremist we all know and love.

September 12, 2007 at 8:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey rvd nice come back plz come back 2 da wwe

December 16, 2007 at 3:40 PM  
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December 18, 2007 at 4:10 AM  

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