Bobby Roode

Bobby Roode19 posts
1 Jan, 1977

Bobby Roode born in Ontario, Canada

Birth

Roode (Robert Roode Jr.) is born in Ontario, Canada. He becomes a fan of WWE wrestling at a young age.

Being from a smaller town in Ontario, Canada, I was limited to only WWF stuff. It was on every weekend about 4 or 5 times a day, and I lived and breathed for Saturday Night’s Main Event.

16 Oct, 2011

Angle vs Roode – TNA title

Wins Sport Event

Angle defeats Roode in singles competition at TNA Bound for Glory on pay-per-view to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Angle picks up the pinfall victory after delivering an “Olympic Slam” then using the ropes for leverage at fourteen minutes and twenty seconds.

8 Jan, 2012

Hardy vs Roode – TNA title

Wins Sport Event

Hardy defeats in singles competition at TNA Genesis on pay-per-view via disqualification. The match ends when Roode kicks the referee in the groin and is disqualified. Due to the circumstances of the victory, Roode retains the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

15 Apr, 2012

Roode vs Storm – TNA title

Wins Sport Event

Roode defeats Storm in singles competition, inside of a steel cage, at Lockdown. Roode picks up the victory when Storm delivers a superkick knocking him out of the open cage door. Roode retains the TNA World Heavyweight Championship via technicality by hitting the ground outside of the ring first.

10 Jun, 2012

Sting vs Roode – TNA title

Wins Sport Event

Roode defeats Sting in singles competition at Slammiversary to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Roode picks up the pinfall victory after striking Sting with a glass bottle at eleven minutes and twenty-five seconds. Sting attacks Roode after the match by putting him through a table with a Scorpion Death Drop.

8 Jul, 2012

Aries vs Roode – TNA title

Wins Sport Event

Aries defeats Roode in singles competition, after vacating the X Division Title, at Destination X to become the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Aries picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a Brainbuster suplex at twenty-two minutes and forty seconds.

20 Mar, 2014

Whatculture.com interview

Interview

Roode talks to Bleacher Report about TNA and WWE co-existing.

I think we can co-exist. I think that competition is very good, I can’t see why WWE or TNA, one or the other, should go away. It’s great for the fans, it’s great for the wrestling business. I think that TNA offers the wrestling world an alternative in a way that they haven’t had in many years.

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