Scott Fishman of The Miami Herald has a new article online featuring quotes from Rob Van Dam. In it, RVD discusses his match at Destination X against Jerry Lynn, his in-ring style and why a lot of guys don't do his move set and even weighs in on WWE's angle with CM Punk.
His most interesting comments, however, seem to be directed towards the recently departed Generation Me. You be the judge; here's an excerpt featuring Rob Van Dam:
"I feel like I get respect, but not in that way," Van Dam said. "I'm open to it. Most of the guys, I don't know if they don't feel welcome to ask me or any of the other veterans or what. That is probably an issue that we have is the young guys should ask some of the older guys. They should be saying, 'Hey, watch my match. Let me know what I can improve on.' Click here to read the full article.
"That never happens enough. Some of the young guys who are or were there, I don't want to mention any names. There were two young guys who just left and looked like they were out of high school. The whole time they were there, they never introduced themselves or shook my hand. Things are way different than they used to be."
Richard Reacts: This is what you call a money quote. Remember the money quote from Ken Anderson earlier this week? Stories like this are great because a worker can't turn around and blame it on the dirt sheets.
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