It only took 10 games for LaMelo Ball to make NBA history as he became the youngest player to post a triple-double.
In this exclusive clip from “Retrospective” with ECW legend Rob Van Dam, “The Whole F’n Show” explains how to build up a wrestling career in WWE, navigating the politics with the McMahon family, taking care of ‘the guys’ to earn your opportunity, and Shane McMahon telling RVD ‘the one thing’ he fell short on in getting a push while John Cena was on hiatus from the company.
In the late 90’s and early 2000’s there were few wrestlers on the planet more popular than Rob Van Dam. His innovative in ring style combined with his unique laid back character touched a nerve with many fans, leading to him becoming a main event player in pretty much every promotion he ever worked with. Even today, 30 years into his storied career, RVD continues to be a big name in the industry; after having his most recent run with Impact. So, how has he managed to maintain such longevity, and what has kept him going this whole time. Well, join us today as we take a deep dive into his entire career journey in, One Of A Kind: The Rob Van Dam Story.
A documentary covering the entire career of Chris Jericho, from his days in the Indies, to WCW, ECW and WWF. All the way from Y2J to The List, and on to his run in NJPW and AEW. We even look at his ventures outside the squared circle, including his 3 autobiographies, Talk is Jericho podcast and Fozzy.