Bleacher Report columnists Donald Wood, Mike Chiari and Brandon Galvin recently interviewed Rob Van Dam on Ring Rust Radio, and RVD talked Sunday's WWE Money in the Bank PPV, Paul Heyman, ECW and more. Below are some more interview highlights:
Brandon Galvin: Many fans relate Money in the Bank to being the summer version of the Royal Rumble. Since you've competed in many Money in the Bank and Royal Rumble matches, which do you find more exciting to participate in?
Donald Wood: The Money in the Bank pay-per-view is scheduled for Sunday, June 29, in Boston and on the WWE Network. As the winner of the 2006 edition of the match, you know first hand how a victory in the ladder match can change your career. How do you approach this event now that you're a little older and a little wiser?
Donald Wood: When you returned to the WWE, there were a lot of reports about your contract with the company. While it appears you won't be going for the major titles in the company as a part-time wrestler—at least right now—you have much more free time to explore other ventures outside the ring. Has it been difficult trying to adapt to the new style of part-time wrestling with the WWE?
Brandon Galvin: Not many fans know about your roles outside the ring as an actor. One of my personal favorites was when you appeared on City Guys in the late 90's. With the success of WWE Studios, would you be interested in appearing another film?
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