Rob Van Dam has been confirmed as the latest inductee into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
RVD will be a part of the Class Of 2021 and will join Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff, Kane and The Great Khali in being inducted on Tuesday 6, April.
The 50-year-old's induction was confirmed by Ryan Satin with WWE On Fox, with Van Dam saying: "It’s a pretty awesome feeling. Just like you probably would imagine, it feels like I’m being acknowledged and appreciated for my body of work. It feels very good. I’m honored.
"[Fans have] been calling me future Hall of Famer for years and I always just shrug and say, ‘All right, man. As long as you think so.’ But, glad to be among the chosen few this year. I’m glad for me and for all the fans. I feel like them being behind me and wanting to see this happen is a win for them as well."
RVD joined the promotion in 2001 and, during his tenure with WWE, won the WWE Championship, six Intercontinental Titles, four Hardcore Championships, five Tag Team Championships, the European Championship and the 2006 Money In The Bank.