Like Kevin Nash and Mick Foley before him, it appears that RVD is heading down the familiar path of bashing his now-former employer for exposing the fact that he can’t draw and sustain a live crowd any more. Following some unflattering comments on his podcast towards iMPACT Wrestling, the former TNA World Heavyweight Champion and TNA X-Division Champion Rob Van Dam is now talking down about his former employer on Twitter.
Earlier today, RVD responded to a fan’s tweet about what made him want to leave the TNA promotion. He responded to the tweet by saying that his contract expired and so did professionalism, courtesy, and respect.
Here is the actual tweet from RVD:
— Rob Van Dam (@TherealRVD) June 23, 2013
I was never a huge fan of RVD (A stoner gimmick? Really? At 42 years old? Boring…), but I’d be interested to hear his story about how Dixie Carter and her team lost their professionalism, courtesy, and respect towards him. The reason that I’m interested in his story is because he was one of the main instigators regarding the silly “disrespectful” label that was put on Generation Me during their short time with the company.
With that “disrespectful” label now known to be false and a big misunderstanding, I can’t imagine what the story is regarding the lack of professionalism, courtesy, and respect.