Back in the day, when he first came to TNA, he had this momentum going. He was well connected to the crowd of the Impact Zone, and TNA capitalized on this. Nowadays, it seems as if RVD was thrown to the back seat after vacating his TNA World title reign, after he was basically the man in TNA. Now few years later in 2013, he is the current X-Division champion! I've been very impressed by his work with the much younger talent, and that he could wrestle on the same level with them. He was competing nicely with the likes of Kenny Kind, Christian York and Joe Ryan. There are many people who make think he is washed up, but I think he still got what it takes to make the younger talent look better, and help their development, because well he's still a very known figure in the wrestling business. What do you, guys, think: is he holding the young talent back, or is he actually helping them out?