By Brandon Lau | September 19, 2007
During the interview he did say he would consider signing with TNA. Here is what he had to say: "it would definitely be worth considering, definitely as far as the schedule goes...If I was coming back I would look at everything. I would look at WWE and TNA and compare them, weighing the lighter schedule against prestige, exposure, and possibly money."
RVD said he left World Wrestling Entertainment on good terms and would consider the company again if he was interested. He said, "There are a lot of things I'm interested in, but right now wrestling isn't one of them. If I was interested of course I would consider WWE."
He also said that he hated his full time schedule where he traveled a lot with the company. It just became less fun for Rob as he would be away from his family most days. On the show he briefly guided us through a week of his WWE schedule.
If you want to check out the interview you can visit http://www.betweentheropes.com
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