WWE star Rob Van Dam is part of a group of veterans
entering new territory in WWE: part-time schedules.
In a new interview last weekend, Van Dam provided
a rough outline on what his schedule will look like
returning to WWE for the first time in seven years.
remains to be seen exactly throughout a whole year,"
Van Dam told Arda Ocal when asked what he's comfortable
with. "We're taking it more like baby-steps at
a time. You might want to look at how often you see
Chris Jericho. I think he precedented this kind of
schedule and thinking."
Dam noted that he wanted to be part of WWE over the
past seven years - even when he decided to jump to
TNA in 2010 - but he was waiting for WWE to come around
to compromising on the schedule.
office came to me and said, 'What do you want? What
do you need? Tell us.' All that equated to my return
and hopefully a very exciting and successful run,"
Van Dam said.
also noted he's also bringing an adjusted attitude,
removing a sense of entitlement he's had in the past.
working conditions are going to be much better for
me," Van Dam said. "I have a much worldlier
view. It's been six or seven years. I feel like I've
grown up a lot. And this time I'm going in with a