WWE: Rob Van Dam to return at WrestleMania

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According to PWinsider.com, former WWE champion Rob Van Dam is set for a shock return to the wrestling universe at WrestleMania.

"Rob Van Dam will be returning to WWE Wrestlemania weekend, PWInsider.com has confirmed. WWE has booked travel for RVD and he will be with the company that weekend, so his return to television is imminent," the statement read.

It's not yet known if RVD will actually be taking part in Wrestle Mania itself or for the usually very highly viewed Monday Night Raw after the WWE's flagship show.

The WWE have a long standing tradition of scheduling major returns the Raw after 'Mania and use it to set up new angles and story lines that carry on into SummerSlam, so it seems the favourite at the moment, despite him being there all weekend.

There is also a chance however that he could be making an appearance in the Andre The Giant 30 man Battle Royal.

RVD already made a comeback to the company last year, surprising everyone by appearing at the PPV event Money in the Bank.

The move, which could last for anywhere between three and nine months - will certainly be a popular one with the fans. Van Dam has been rated as the most popular wrestler of the year and his high flying style captures imagination like no other.

The 43-year old was suspended in 2006 for 30 days after being arrested for possession of marijuana and vicodin.

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