Profile:
  • Name: Rob Van Dam
  • Real Name: Rob Skatzowski
  • Date of Birth: December 18, 1970
  • Hometown: Battle Creek, Michigan, United States of America
  • Height: 6'0
  • Weight: 235 pounds
  • WWE Debut: July 9, 2001
  • Nicknames: "The Whole Dam Show", "One of a Kind", "Mr. Pay-Per-View", "Mr. Money in the Bank", "Mr. Monday Night", "Mr. Tuesday Night", "Mr. Thursday Night"
  • Finishers: Five-Star Frog Splash, Van Daminator
  • Career Highlights: 1-time WWE Champion, 1-time ECW World Champion, 6-time WWE Intercontinental Champion, 1-time WWE European Champion, 4-time WWE Hardcore Champion, 1-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Rey Mysterio), 2-time World Tag Team Champion (1-time with Kane, 1-time with Booker T), 2006 Money in the Bank Winner, 16th Triple Crown Champion, 7th Grand Slam Champion
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) Wins: Most Popular Wrestler of the Year Award (2001), PWI #1 Wrestler (2002)

Biography:

Initially arriving as a sensation in the Land of the Extreme, Rob Van Dam has given the best of extreme high-flying competition in WWE. The One of a Kind competitor has impressed the audiences as well as his fellow competitors with his quick maneuvers and his extreme and brutal competition. From being a part of The Alliance to being the unifier of the WWE European Championship and the WWE Hardcore Championship into the WWE Intercontinental Championship to being the excellence of the tag team division, RVD has Van Daminated every division of WWE. He was one of the top stars of the company without even winning a world heavyweight championship and it was just due to his incredible fighting skills. His career reached to a peak in 2006 when he won the Money in the Bank contract and won the sports-entertainment's most prestigious prize, the WWE Championship and became the first ECW World Champion in WWE. A former member of ECW Originals, RVD is simply The Whole Dam Show.

World Wrestling Federation (1997)
In 1997, the Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) regular Rob Van Dam betrayed ECW and jumped ship to World Wrestling Federation (WWF) under the tutelage of Jerry Lawler in anti-ECW crusade. On May 12 edition of Raw is War, RVD debuted on WWF television as a heel and competed in his first match, defeating Jeff Hardy. RVD formed a tag team with Jerry Lawler and feuded with ECW wrestlers, who would interfere in RVD's matches to avenge his betrayal. On June 16 edition of Raw is War, Lawler and RVD participated in a Tag Team Tournament to determine the #1 contenders for the WWF Tag Team Championship, losing to Headbangers in the quarter-final round. It turned out to be RVD's last appearance in WWF as he returned to ECW.

World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (2001 - 2007)
In 2001, WWF purchased ECW and World Championship Wrestling (WCW), leading to RVD signing a contract with WWF. On July 9 edition of Raw is War, RVD re-debuted in WWF as a heel. He was a part of ECW invaders. Later that night, RVD competed in his first match. RVD, as a part of Team ECW, consisting of Mike Awesome, Tazz, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, Justin Credible, Rhyno, Lance Storm and Dudley Boyz competed against Team WWF, consisting of Big Show, Billy Gunn, Hardcore Holly and Acolytes Protection Agency and Team WCW, consisting of Kanyon, Shawn Stasiak, Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire and Chuck Palumbo to a no contest when WCW turned on WWF as WCW and ECW double-teamed WWF. ECW wrestlers formed an alliance with WCW wrestlers to from a faction called The Alliance. Alliance feuded with WWF wrestlers in attempt to take over WWF.

At Invasion, RVD made his WWF pay-per-view debut. He represented Alliance and defeated WWF's Jeff Hardy in a Hardcore match to win the WWF Hardcore Championship, thus winning his first championship in WWF. On August 13 edition of Raw is War, RVD defended the championship against Kurt Angle, during which Hardy used the 24/7 Rule and pinned RVD to win the championship after Angle delivered an Olympic Slam to RVD. RVD's reign ended at 22 days. At SummerSlam, RVD defeated Hardy in a Ladder match to win his second WWF Hardcore Championship. On August 23 edition of SmackDown!, RVD defeated Hardy to retain the championship, thus ending the rivalry.

On September 10 edition of Raw is War, RVD lost the WWF Hardcore Championship to Kurt Angle. RVD's reign ended at 22 days. After the match, Stone Cold Steve Austin attacked Angle and RVD by pushing Angle off the stage and pushing RVD onto Angle. RVD used the 24/7 Rule and pinned Angle to win his third WWF Hardcore Championship. At Unforgiven, RVD successfully defended the championship against Chris Jericho after Stephanie McMahon distracted Jericho.

The following night, on October 24 edition of Raw is War, RVD received his first opportunity for the WCW Championship as he unsuccessfully challenged The Rock for the championship. At No Mercy, RVD received his first opportunity for the WWF Championship. He competed against Stone Cold Steve Austin and Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat match for the championship. Austin retained the championship. Despite being an Alliance member, RVD's popularity increased within the fans and the WWF audiences supported him because of his impressive kicks and high-flying maneuvers as well as his popularity from ECW.

Despite not being a world heavyweight champion, RVD quickly rose as one of the top WWF wrestlers. On October 25 edition of SmackDown!, RVD participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WCW Championship. Booker T won the Battle Royal. At Survivor Series, RVD was on Stone Cold Steve Austin's Team Alliance, consisting of Kurt Angle, Booker T and Shane McMahon against Team WWF, consisting of The Rock, Chris Jericho, Big Show and Brothers of Destruction in a Winner Takes All Survivor Series match. RVD was eliminated by Jericho. Team WWF won. Rock survived the match. Alliance was forced to disband due to losing the match. As a result, Alliance members were fired by WWF but RVD saved his job because he was a champion.

Following the disbanding of Alliance, RVD turned babyface. At Vengeance, RVD lost the WWF Hardcore Championship to Undertaker. RVD's reign ended at 90 days. Entering 2002, RVD participated in his first Royal Rumble match as the #29 entrant at Royal Rumble. He lasted two minutes until he was eliminated by Booker T. Triple H won the Royal Rumble. RVD began a rivalry with Goldust, which culminated at No Way Out, which RVD won. At WrestleMania X8, RVD made his WrestleMania debut as he defeated William Regal to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship. On March 25 edition of Raw, the WWF roster was divided into two separate brands, Raw and SmackDown!, the top two television programs of WWF. RVD was drafted to the Raw brand.

Raw (2002 - 2004)
On March 25 edition of Raw, RVD competed in his first match as part of the Raw roster, defeating Kurt Angle by disqualification to retain the WWF Intercontinental Championship. RVD began a rivalry with Eddie Guerrero. On April 8 edition of Raw is War, RVD participated in a tournament to determine the #1 contender for the WWF Undisputed Championship, losing to Undertaker in the semi-final round after Guerrero attacked RVD with the WWF Intercontinental Championship belt. At Backlash, RVD lost the championship to Guerrero. RVD's reign ended at 35 days. At Insurrextion, RVD competed against Guerrero for the championship. Guerrero retained the championship through intentional disqualification.

On May 6 edition of Raw, WWF was renamed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). At Judgment Day, RVD unsuccessfully challenged Eddie Guerrero for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. On May 27 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Guerrero in a Ladder match to win his second WWE Intercontinental Championship. On June 10 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Guerrero to qualify for the King of the Ring Tournament. The following week, on June 17 edition of Raw, RVD participated in the 2002 King of the Ring Tournament to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Undisputed Championship at SummerSlam, defeating X-Pac in the quarter-final round after Booker T delivered a Book End to RVD.


At King of the Ring, RVD defeated Chris Jericho in the semi-final round before losing to Brock Lesnar in the final round after interference by Paul Heyman. As a result, RVD began a rivalry with Lesnar, which culminated in a match between the two for RVD's WWE Intercontinental Championship at Vengeance, which RVD won by disqualification to retain the championship after Heyman prevented the referee from counting the pinfall. The following night, on July 22 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Jeff Hardy in a Title Unification Ladder match for RVD's WWE Intercontinental Championship and Hardy's WWE European Championship. As a result, RVD won the WWE European Championship and unified it into the WWE Intercontinental Championship, thus becoming the final European Champion.

The following week, on July 29 edition of Raw, RVD lost the WWE Intercontinental Championship to Chris Benoit. RVD's reign ended at 63 days. On August 12 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Jeff Hardy to become the #1 contender for the WWE Intercontinental Championship after Matt Hardy delivered a Twist of Fate to Jeff. At SummerSlam, RVD defeated Chris Benoit to win his third WWE Intercontinental Championship. The following night, on August 26 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Tommy Dreamer in a Title Unification Hardcore match for RVD's WWE Intercontinental Championship and Dreamer's WWE Hardcore Championship. As a result, RVD won his fourth WWE Hardcore Championship and unified it into the WWE Intercontinental Championship, thus becoming the final Hardcore Champion.

On September 9 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Chris Jericho, Big Show and Jeff Hardy in an Elimination match to become the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship. RVD last eliminated Jericho to win the match. The following week, on September 16 edition of Raw, RVD lost the WWE Intercontinental Championship to Jericho after distraction by Triple H. RVD's reign ended at 22 days. At Unforgiven, RVD unsuccessfully challenged Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship after Ric Flair turned on RVD by hitting him with a sledgehammer. As a result, RVD began a rivalry with Flair, which culminated in a match between the two at No Mercy, which RVD won.

At Survivor Series, RVD competed against Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Kane and Booker T in the first-ever Elimination Chamber for the World Heavyweight Championship. RVD was eliminated by Booker. Michaels won the Elimination Chamber. On December 2 edition of Raw, RVD lost to Triple H to determine the #1 contender for the championship, with Michaels as the special guest referee. In the fall of 2002, RVD formed a tag team with Kane.

Entering 2003, RVD competed against Chris Jericho, Kane and Batista in a Battle Royal on January 13 edition of Raw. RVD was eliminated by Jericho for the win. At Royal Rumble, RVD participated in the 2003 Royal Rumble match as the #12 entrant. He lasted thirty-three minutes until he was eliminated by Kane. At No Way Out, Kane and RVD unsuccessfully challenged William Regal and Lance Storm for the World Tag Team Championship.

On February 24 edition of Raw, RVD participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XIX. RVD was eliminated by Randy Orton and Batista. Booker T won the Battle Royal. On March 31 edition of Raw, Kane and RVD defeated Lance Storm and Chief Morley and Dudley Boyz in a Triple Threat Elimination match to win the World Tag Team Championship. At Backlash, Kane and RVD successfully defended the championship against Dudley Boyz, with Chief Morley as the special guest referee.

At Judgment Day, RVD participated in a Battle Royal for the reinstated WWE Intercontinental Championship. RVD was eliminated by Chris Jericho. Christian won the Battle Royal. Kane and RVD began a rivalry with the newly debuted La Resistance. At Insurrextion, Kane and RVD successfully defended the World Tag Team Championship against La Resistance. At Bad Blood, Kane and RVD lost the championship to La Resistance. The following night, on June 16 edition of Raw, Kane and RVD unsuccessfully challenged La Resistance for the championship by disqualification. Kane and RVD's reign ended at 76 days.

On June 23 edition of Raw, Kane attacked RVD in anger as Kane was forced to unmask after losing a match to Triple H. This ended RVD's partnership with Kane. As a result, RVD began a rivalry with Kane, losing to him in a No Holds Barred match at SummerSlam and in a Steel Cage match on September 8 edition of Raw. The following week, on September 15 edition of Raw, RVD competed against Chris Jericho in a #1 contender's match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. The match ended in a double disqualification when Christian attacked both men. At Unforgiven, RVD competed against Christian and Chris Jericho in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. Christian retained the championship.

On September 29 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Christian in a Ladder match to win his fourth WWE Intercontinental Championship. On October 27 edition of Raw, RVD lost the championship to Chris Jericho after the Raw co-General Manager Eric Bischoff distracted the referee. RVD's reign ended at 28 days. The Raw co-General Manager Stone Cold Steve Austin ordered an immediate Steel Cage match for the championship. RVD defeated Jericho in a Steel Cage match to win his fifth WWE Intercontinental Championship.

At Survivor Series, RVD was on Shawn Michaels' Team Austin, consisting of Booker T and Dudley Boyz against Chris Jericho's Team Bischoff, consisting of Christian, Scott Steiner, Mark Henry and Randy Orton in a Survivor Series match. RVD was eliminated by Jericho. Team Bischoff won. Randy Orton survived the match. As a result of Team Austin losing the match, Stone Cold Steve Austin was fired by WWE and had to lose his position as the Raw co-General Manager. At Armageddon, RVD lost the WWE Intercontinental Championship to Randy Orton after distraction by Ric Flair. RVD's reign ended at 48 days.

Entering 2004, RVD participated in the 2004 Royal Rumble match as the #29 entrant at Royal Rumble. He lasted six minutes until he was eliminated by Big Show. RVD's rivalry with Randy Orton in attempt to regain the WWE Intercontinental Championship, lead to RVD forming a tag team with Booker T and feuding with Evolution. On February 16 edition of Raw, Booker and RVD defeated Evolution members Ric Flair and Batista to win the World Tag Team Championship. At WrestleMania XX, Booker and RVD successfully defended the championship against Dudley Boyz, La Resistance and Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade in a Fatal Four-Way match.

On March 22 edition of Raw, Booker T and RVD lost the World Tag Team Championship back to Evolution. Booker and RVD's reign ended at 35 days. After losing the championships, Booker and RVD were drafted to the SmackDown! brand.

SmackDown! (2004 - 2005)
On March 25 edition of SmackDown!, RVD competed in his first match as part of the SmackDown! roster, defeating Charlie Haas. On April 8 edition of SmackDown!, Booker T turned on RVD by abandoning him during a tag team match against Big Show and Charlie Haas. RVD formed a tag team with Rey Mysterio and began a rivalry with Dudley Boyz. At Judgment Day, RVD and Mysterio defeated Dudley Boyz. On May 27 edition of SmackDown!, RVD and Mysterio lost to Dudley Boyz in a rematch after interference by Paul Heyman.


At The Great American Bash, RVD competed against John Cena, Booker T and Rene Dupree in a Fatal Four-Way Elimination match for the WWE United States Championship. Cena retained the championship. On July 1 edition of SmackDown!, RVD competed against Booker T and Rene Dupree in a Triple Threat match to determine the #1 contender for the WWE United States Championship. Booker retained the championship. On July 29 edition of SmackDown!, RVD competed against Billy Gunn, Booker T, John Cena, Charlie Haas, Rene Dupree, Luther Reigns and Kenzo Suzuki in an Elimination match for the vacated WWE United States Championship. RVD was eliminated by Booker for the win. Booker won the vacated championship. The following week, on August 5 edition of SmackDown!, RVD lost to John Cena in a #1 contender's match for the championship.

RVD and Rey Mysterio began pursuing the WWE Tag Team Championship. At No Mercy, RVD and Mysterio unsuccessfully challenged Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki for the championship. On October 14 edition of SmackDown!, RVD participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WWE United States Championship. RVD was eliminated by Dudley Boyz. Rey Mysterio won the Battle Royal. At Survivor Series, RVD was on Eddie Guerrero's Team Guerrero, consisting of Big Show and John Cena, against Kurt Angle's Team Angle, consisting of Carlito Caribbean Cool, Mark Jindrak and Luther Reigns in a Survivor Series match. RVD was eliminated by Angle. Team Guerrero won. Guerrero, Show and Cena survived the match.

On December 9 (taped December 7) edition of SmackDown!, RVD and Rey Mysterio defeated Rene Dupree and Kenzo Suzuki to win the WWE Tag Team Championship. At Armageddon, RVD and Mysterio successfully defended the championship against Dupree and Suzuki. Entering 2005, RVD and Rey Mysterio defended the WWE Tag Team Championship against Basham Brothers, Eddie Guerrero and Rey Mysterio and Team Angle in a Fatal Four-Way Elimination match on January 13 (taped January 11) edition of SmackDown!. Basham Brothers won the championship. During the match, RVD suffered a knee injury and put him out of action for one year.

At ECW reunion pay-per-view ECW One Night Stand, RVD returned to WWE television and represented his original promotion ECW. He reunited with Bill Alphonso and managed former tag team partner Sabu in a match against Rhyno. After the ECW reunion, RVD disappeared from WWE television to recover from injury. On June 27 edition of Raw, RVD was drafted to the Raw brand.

Raw (2006)
In 2006, RVD returned to WWE television as a participant in the 2006 Royal Rumble match as the #20 entrant at Royal Rumble. He lasted twenty-three minutes until he was eliminated by eventual winner Rey Mysterio. The following night, on January 30 edition of Raw, RVD competed in his first match as part of the Raw roster, defeating Gene Snitsky. On February 6 edition of Raw, RVD participated in the Road to WrestleMania Tournament to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 22. RVD defeated Carlito in the quarter-final round. On February 13 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Chris Masters in the semi-final round. On February 20 edition of Raw, RVD competed against Triple H and Big Show in a Triple Threat match in the final round. Triple H won the tournament.


On February 27 edition of Raw, RVD defeated Trevor Murdoch to qualify for the Money in the Bank Ladder match. At WrestleMania 22, RVD defeated Shelton Benjamin, Ric Flair, Matt Hardy, Bobby Lashley and Finlay to win the 2006 Money in the Bank Ladder match. As a result, Punk won the Money in the Bank briefcase containing a contract that required the contract holder to cash in for a championship match anytime or anywhere he wanted.

After winning the contract, RVD began a rivalry with Shelton Benjamin for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. At Backlash, RVD defeated Benjamin in a match with Benjamin's WWE Intercontinental Championship and RVD's Money in the Bank contract on the line. As a result, RVD retained his contract and won his sixth WWE Intercontinental Championship. On May 15 edition of Raw, John Cena and RVD competed against Triple H, Shelton Benjamin and Chris Masters in a Texas Tornado Handicap match, with Cena's WWE Championship and RVD's WWE Intercontinental Championship on the line. Benjamin pinned RVD. As a result, RVD lost the WWE Intercontinental Championship back to Benjamin. RVD's reign ended at 15 days.

On May 22 edition of Raw, RVD announced that he would cash in his Money in the Bank contract against John Cena for the WWE Championship. On May 29 edition of Raw, RVD was picked by ECW Representative Paul Heyman to be the first wrestler on the new ECW brand, the reinstated version of original ECW.

ECW (2006 - 2007)
At WWE vs. ECW, RVD competed in his first match as part of the ECW roster, defeating Rey Mysterio in a No Disqualification match. At ECW's first pay-per-view ECW One Night Stand, RVD cashed in his Money in the Bank contract against John Cena for the WWE Championship. RVD defeated Cena in an Extreme Rules match for the WWE Championship after Edge delivered a Spear to Cena while being dressed in a motorbike helmet. As a result, RVD fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a world heavyweight champion. He was one of the top and most popular competitors on the WWE roster but was empty with a world title and thus the One of a Kind filled the empty slot.


On June 13, the first episode of ECW took place. ECW General Manager Paul Heyman suggested RVD to replace the WWE Championship into the ECW World Championship. Heyman awarded the ECW World Championship to RVD but RVD kept the WWE Championship because the spinner logo of WWE attracted him. As a result, RVD became a double champion by holding both the WWE Championship and the ECW World Championship, thus becoming the first ECW World Champion in WWE.

The following week, on June 20 edition of ECW, RVD and Kurt Angle defeated Edge and Randy Orton in RVD's first match on the ECW television show. At Vengeance, RVD successfully defended the WWE Championship against Edge. On July 3 edition of Raw, RVD defended the WWE Championship against John Cena and Edge in a Triple Threat match. Edge won the championship. RVD's reign ended at 22 days. The following night, on July 4 edition of ECW, RVD lost the ECW World Championship to Big Show in an Extreme Rules match after Paul Heyman screwed RVD out of victory by helping Show in winning the match. After losing the championship, RVD was suspended by Heyman for 30 days.

On August 8 edition of ECW, RVD returned to WWE television and attacked Kurt Angle and Sabu during a match. On August 15 edition of ECW, RVD competed against Sabu in a Ladder match in a losing effort to determine the #1 contender for the ECW World Championship at SummerSlam after Big Show attacked RVD. Following his return, RVD feuded with Hardcore Holly and Big Show. At Survivor Series, RVD was on John Cena's Team Cena, consisting of Kane, Bobby Lashley and Sabu, against Big Show's Team Big Show, consisting of Test, Finlay, Umaga and Montel Vontavious Porter in a Survivor Series match. RVD was eliminated by Test. Team Cena won. John Cena and Bobby Lashley survived the match.

At December to Dismember, RVD competed against Big Show, Bobby Lashley, Test, Hardcore Holly and CM Punk in an Extreme Elimination Chamber for the ECW World Championship. RVD was eliminated by Test. Lashley won the championship. Entering 2007, RVD competed against Tommy Dreamer, Sabu, Sandman and Kevin Thorn in a Battle Royal. RVD last eliminated Thorn to win the Battle Royal. At Royal Rumble, RVD participated in the 2007 Royal Rumble match as the #18 entrant. He lasted sixteen minutes until he was eliminated by The Great Khali.

RVD joined an alliance of the wrestlers from the original ECW called ECW Originals with Sandman, Sabu and Tommy Dreamer. The group feuded with New Breed, a group of young wrestlers on ECW who were appreciated by Mr. McMahon while ECW Originals were disliked by McMahon. On February 19 edition of Raw, RVD lost to Edge in a Money in the Bank qualification match after a distraction by Randy Orton. On March 13 edition of ECW, RVD represented ECW Originals in a Battle Royal against New Breed. RVD was eliminated by Matt Striker. ECW Originals member Tommy Dreamer won the Battle Royal.

At WrestleMania 23, ECW Originals defeated New Breed. On April 2 edition of Raw, RVD and Sabu participated in a Battle Royal for the World Tag Team Championship. They were eliminated by King Booker and Finlay. John Cena and Shawn Michaels won the Battle Royal. On April 3 edition of ECW, New Breed defeated ECW Originals in an Extreme Rules match. On April 24 edition of ECW, ECW Originals defeated New Breed in an Elimination match to end the rivalry after CM Punk turned on New Breed by attacking the group leader Elijah Burke.

RVD began focusing on his own career as the ECW Originals and New Breed began disbanding. RVD began a rivalry with Randy Orton over Orton injuring Shawn Michaels. Their rivalry culminated in a Stretcher match between the two at One Night Stand, which RVD won. However, Orton attacked RVD after the match, thus injuring him and putting him out of action. On December 10 edition of Raw, RVD made a surprise return to WWE television. He defeated Santino Marella in just twenty-five minutes. It turned out to be RVD's last match as he left the company, thus ending Mr. Tuesday Night's extreme six-year tenure in WWE.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2009)

In 2009, RVD made a surprise return to WWE at Royal Rumble after an inactivity of one and a half year. RVD participated in the 2009 Royal Rumble match as the #25 entrant. He lasted thirteen minutes until he was eliminated by Chris Jericho.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2013 - present)
Raw (2013 - present)
After an inactivity of six years, RVD signed a new contract with WWE. At Money in the Bank, RVD returned to WWE television as a babyface and competed in his first WWE match in four years. RVD competed against Randy Orton, CM Punk, Sheamus, Christian and Daniel Bryan in the 2013 All-Stars WWE Championship Money in the Bank Ladder match. Orton won the match. On August 12 edition of Raw, RVD participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WWE United States Championship. He last eliminated Mark Henry to win the Battle Royal.


At the pre-show of SummerSlam, RVD competed against Dean Ambrose for the WWE United States Championship. Ambrose retained the championship by disqualification after Roman Reigns delivered a Spear to RVD. RVD began a rivalry with Alberto Del Rio after ADR's former ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez became RVD's ring announcer and manager. At Night of Champions, RVD competed against ADR for the World Heavyweight Champioship. ADR retained the championship through intentional disqualification. On September 23 edition of Raw, RVD, Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, Zack Ryder, Justin Gabriel, The Usos and Prime Time Players defeated The Shield in a Handicap Elimination match. Bryan survived the match. At Battleground, RVD unsuccessfully challenged Alberto Del Rio for the World Heavyweight Championship in a Battleground Hardcore Rules match. RVD suffered an injury and was out of action.

Rob Van Dam's WWE Photo Gallery:

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WWF Hardcore Champion
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WWE Intercontinental Champion
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Kane and Rob Van Dam
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Kane and Rob Van Dam - World Tag Team Champions
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Booker T and Rob Van Dam
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Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio
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Rob Van Dam and Rey Mysterio - WWE Tag Team Champions
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WWE Intercontinental Champion and Mr. Money in the Bank
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WWE Champion & ECW World Champion
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Rob Van Dam at WWE.com



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