WWE Corridor of Famer RVD has mentioned his current appearances on “AEW Collision” and “AEW Dynamite,” and defined why he loved being on the previous over the latter.
RVD lately spoke on his “1 Of A Kind” podcast about bumping into just a few of his former WWE friends within the few appearances he has had on AEW tv and mentioned the backstage environment within the promotion.
“I observed a few of the guys I anticipated to see weren’t there. I do not know who’s on what present, however earlier than, after I had executed ‘Dynamite,’ I noticed a few of my friends. I noticed Mark Henry, Massive Present, Jericho, [but] I did not see these guys at ‘Collision.’ Did see Christian, although. A number of the guys clearly do multiple present as I noticed Christian on the opposite present [Collision] too,” stated the Corridor of Famer.
He elaborated on the foremost variations he may discover between “Collision” and “Dynamite,” stating that the previous appeared calmer than the latter.
“If it does make any of them totally different, this one [Collision], I do not know, it felt … it appeared like slightly — it appeared calm, easygoing, everyone gave the impression to be in a very good temper … to not say the opposite was hectic,” stated RVD. “But when I needed to vote on which day was higher, smoother, happier vitality, I assume this present day [Collision] would get my vote.”
AEW had two totally different rosters for “Collision” and “Dynamite,” however the roster cut up is reportedly a factor of the previous following CM Punk’s exit in early September.
“The Entire F’N Present” made his AEW debut on “Dynamite” in August and laid out a problem to Jack Perry, subsequently going through the younger star the next week. On the September 23 version of “Collision,” RVD returned to AEW, this time teaming up with HOOK to face Angelo Parker and Matt Menard.
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