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  The Whole F'n Website...RobVanDam.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
An 18-year old youngster named Rob Szatkowski was eager to break into the sport of professional wrestling, and thanks to the connection of a friend he met up with the legendary Sheik in Lansing, Michigan.
Szatkowski learned the basics of wrestling and was given the advice which would later boost Rob Van Dams career into one of the biggest success stories in professional wrestling history.
Rob Szatkowski gained much of his experience in the early 1990s on the independent scene, traveling most of the country for various small wrestling promotions.
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 tOA: the Other Arena, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob joined the WCW in the first quater of 1993 under the guise of Robbie V. It was Rob's first time to shine in the spotlight, but when the spotlight was shining upon him, Mr.
Rob then fired back at the audience with such a force that the crowd almost choked, here is what Rob said: "I sold out to myself by putting my boots on and getting in the ring tonight, after obviously being chosen as a second-line wrestler to fill for somebody injured.
Rob wrestled a couple of more matches for the WWF, until Vince on June 23 I believe told him to loose by count-out to Jesse Jammes, Rob refused and left the arena, this also marked the end of the agreement between ECW and WWF, at least nationally.
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 Rob Van Dam
Because Rob speaks Spanish fluently, he was a shoe-in for the part of a high-risk wrestler in a commercial for a local L.A. law firm on Spanish networks.
Rob Van Dam was becoming frustrated with his position in ECW and began to contemplate jumping ship to WCW for his second stint in that company.
Rob has not wrestled a match in the company in the months leading up to the show so when the surprise was revealed as Rob Van Dam, the New York crowd went ballistic.
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 Rob Szatkowski - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Robert Szatkowski, better known by his stage name Rob Van Dam (born December 18, 1970 in Battle Creek, Michigan), is an American professional wrestler performing for World Wrestling Entertainment on its RAW brand.
On January 27, 2005 Rob Van Dam underwent reconstructive knee surgery under Dr.
Rob Van Dam has also appeared in several films and television shows in the past few years, and currently owns a comics shop (RVD's 5 Star Comics) in Orange County, California.
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob Szatkowski was eager to break into the sport of professional wrestling at the early age of 18..
Rob Van Dam & Sabu engaged in a feud with The Eliminators (Perry Saturn & John Kronus)..
Rob Van Dam questioned what his role was in the WWF and decided to head back to the land of Extreme..
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 Read about Rob Szatkowski at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Rob Szatkowski and learn about Rob Szatkowski here!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob Van Dam (born Robert Szatkowski) is a
On March 21, 2004 Rob Van Dam was traded from RAW to SmackDown!.
James Andrews in Alabama to repair a torn ACL he suffered earlier in the month.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob Van Dam is a breathtaking acrobat and world-class martial artist.
Rob Szatkowski grew up in Battle Creek, Michigan and developed an early interest in both weightlifting and martial arts.
After developing a following as an underground full-contact fighter (under the name "Rob Van Dam", capitalizing on his resemblance to the action star, as well as his tendency to use full splits in his fighting style), Rob contacted the infamous terrorist, The Sheik, for further training.
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Rob Van Dam was part of ECW during the rivalry which the ECW / WCW (operated by Shane McMahon) Alliance eventually lost to Vince McMahon's WWF.
Rob Van Dam was competing for the Hardcore Title over this period.
He won the match, which took 30 minutes and was considered to be a boring match by most of the fans, yet it was on the highlights show at the end of 2002.
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 WWE WrestleMania XIX Rob Van Damme FAQ - IGN FAQs
Rob Van Dam Character FAQ Wrestlemania XIX for Nintendo Gamecube Developed by Yuke's, Published by THQ FAQ Created on September 24, 2003 By: polankerboy ------TABLE OF CONTENTS------ I.
Rob Van Dam also was the one who retired the Hardcore and European titles by defeating Tommy Dreamer and Jeff Hardy, respectively.
Rob Van Dam currently wrestles on Raw and is perhaps the most popular wrestler on that show.
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 Obsessed With Wrestling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob Szatkowski was born on the 18th December 1970 in Battle Creek, Michigan.
Rob Van Dam was eager to become a wrestler and was trained by The Original Sheik in Lansing, Michigan.
Rob Van Dam’s name changed back to Rob Van Dam and soon after he left WCW started his first tour of Japan and began working for Shohei Giant Baba, promoter of AJPW, where RVD was able to adapt the Japanese grappling style very quickly.
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 Rob Van Dam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Szatkowski was born in Battle Creek, Michigan, and was raised with a background in martial arts.
But Szatkowsky soon decided that the path of professional wrestling was the path he wanted to follow, and he made his debut only a short time later.
Szatkowski joined up with WCW in late '92, where they opted to shorten his moniker to Robby V. Unfortunately, Robby V's career in WCW did not take off in the short time he was there, although he did have many impressive matches with future stars in the company.
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 SPECIAL EVENTS - WWF FANATIX SERIES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
That led to everyone on the card being an important part of the ECW machine and to each character getting over as something more than just a one dimensional performer, something that the majority of WWE's undercard is nothing more than, through no fault of their own.
During "One of A Kind," Rob Van Dam discusses how Sabu brought him into ECW and helped to get him over by going toe-to-toe with him, giving RVD credibility with a fan base that may not have been familiar with his work.
Rob Van Dam may not have been the answer to the problems that currently plague WWE, although he could have been, just as many others could or should have been.
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 Jean-Claude vs Rob | newrecruit
Rob van dam real name isn't rob van dam they are not brothers or cousins or what ever they have no relation what so ever
Rob van dam is his character name in wwe, but there is one thing they may lookalike and they're not brothers at all cuz I searched both storylines and it came up with no relations between them.
rob van dam is so cool i love him but he is no relation to jaunecluodevandam.
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 Rob Szatkowski biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob Van Dam (born Robert Szatkowski on December 18, 1970 in Battle Creek, Michigan) is a professional wrestler performing for World Wrestling Entertainment on the Smackdown!
He debuted in 1990 after being trained by the Original Sheik (Ed Farhat) and wrestled in many independent promotions across Michigan.
He has also appeared in several movies and television shows in the past few years, and currently owns a comics shop in Orange County, California.
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 RobVanDamDotNet :: Your Online Rescource for RVD!
Many consider Rob Van Dam to be the finest WWE athlete to never hold the World Heavyweight or WWE Championship.
Rob Van Dam and Sabu took part in their first ever tour of Europe in February of 1998.
Rob Van Dam had won his brutal war with Tommy Dreamer and ECW.
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 WRESTLING NEWS WORLD : Latest Headlines : RVD Speaks On Contracts/NWA:TNA, WMXX Opponent, Comics, more   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Rob feels the best stuff he can show somebody is himself vs. Jerry Lynn, as he considers it his peak.
Rob had seen Paul do it in the past with Sabu, and he only came back for the last PPV because he was paid up front.
Rob says that whilst H isn’t somebody he’s going to be sharing a car with or travelling with, he hasn’t got any personal problems with him.
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 Wrestling Digest: Rvd On Ecw - Rob Van Dam, wrestler, interview
Rob Van Dam speaks his mind about ECW's strengths, weaknesses, the current and past talent roster, and the rest of the f'n show
Recently we gave Van Dam [real name: Rob Szatkowski] time to assess the state of ECW and to speak his mind about the performers who have left and the ones who remain.
ROB VAN DAM: ECW is in a very good position.
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 U-Press Telegram - LIFESTYLE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
As he sat in his booth at Wizard World — a comic book convention that was held at the Long Beach Arena earlier this month — children gave him shy smiles and cautious waves.
"Rob's always felt that he needs to give the fans their money's worth, which means he likes to give absolutely everything he has, for as long as he can," said Dave Scherer, owner of PWInsider.com, one of the most popular sites for wrestling-related news on the Internet.
Van Dam, whose real name is Rob Szatkowski, was a fan of pro wrestling growing up.
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 The Phoenix - News - 10/24/2002 - WWE wrestler makes special appearance   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Born as Rob Szatkowski in Battle Creek, Michigan, Van Dam made his pro wrestling debut in 1990.
Drawing upon his kick-boxing and martial arts experience, he is known for such innovative wrestling moves as the Split-Legged Moonsault, the Van Daminator, and his finishing maneuver, the Five-Star Frog Splash.
If the readers didn't know who Rob Van Dam was before reading it, you certainly know who he is now.
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 Is Rob Van Dame related to Jean Claude? - www.ezboard.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
Jean Claude Van Damme was born in Oct, 1960 in Brussels, Belgium.
Rob Van Dam was born on Dec. 18, 1970 in Battle Creek, Michigan.
No they are not related, no they are not the same person, Van Dam is not Rob's real name.
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 Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
He may not be the most outspoken of the stars, but he still has the charisma in the ring, when he is doing what he does best.
Rob is dedicated to the sport he loves, and in the ring, he gives no less than 150%.
The name Rob Van Dam and all trademarks are owned by WWE, Inc. No copyright infringement is implied or intended.
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 Rob Van Dam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-05)
In an unofficial poll among wrestling fans in August 2001, the question was "Which superstar will make it as the next main eventer?" Rob Van Dam won with an astounding 65% of the vote.
Rob van dam was just offered a job in the wwf by mr mcmahon.
So now vince is making rvd defend his hardcore title in tons of hard matches.
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 Terry Brunk : ....
Since apparently Rob isn't accepting that sex survey as an update either, here I am.
This if course meant Rob was able to come along to see me work.
And now off to see if Rob wants to hit the gym...I've slacked off here and there as of late and it really showed on TV a couple of weeks ago.
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Today, Van Dam says he's at the peak of his career, having fully recovered from a broken fibula that halted it for three months.
After a series of breathtaking matches with Rob Van Dam for the ECW World Television championship, Lynn found himself dubbed the "New Fn' Show" by ECW fanatics, his popularity booming higher than ever.
A scientific genius when it comes to the mat, Lynn likewise is well versed at flying through the air, known putting it all on the line to attain a victory, even when wrestling injured.
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 SLAM! Sports - Wrestling - Rob Van Dam
Born Rob Szatkowski in Battle Creek, Michigan, Van Dam's introduction to the wrestling world came not with his 1990 debut, but as victim of one of Dibiase's attempts to humiliate a member of the audience.
The young Rob was the "lucky" audience member who got to take Dibiase up on his challenge.
While his background includes kickboxing (placing second in the 1990 Kalamazoo Toughman Contest) and weight-lifting, Rob's real love was wrestling and at the age of eighteen, he decided to break into the business.
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