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Bobby Roode is  A professional wrestler who is a former Two Time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, King of the Mountain Champion, and A Six time TNA Tag Team Champion.(five times with James Storm, Once with Austin Aries)He is also a 2011 Bound for Glory Series winner.

 

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If you weren’t convinced already, WWE NXT Champion Bobby Roode had to have won you over at NXT TakeOver: Chicago. His victory against Hideo Itami was, in a word, glorious.

Itami, whose WWE NXT career has been halted by numerous unfortunate setbacks, had so much to prove in this bout. That’s why it didn’t come as a shock when Itami went for the Go to Sleep not long after the opening bell.

Roode avoided that strike, but the champion’s body will wear the black and blue marks of the nearly uncountable amount of strikes Itami landed during the match. Ever the cagey veteran, Roode continually found ways to put the challenger on the mat. Yet, somehow still, Itami always kicked his way right back into title contention.

The title seemed to be within Itami’s reach after Roode went shoulder-first between the turnbuckles and into the ring post. Roode stayed in the fight but looked to be in agony when Itami sent that same shoulder into the steel ring steps. Itami looked to finish him right there with a hesitation dropkick, but missed and badly damaged his left leg.

That injury stopped Itami from connecting with a GTS. When he finally landed the maneuver moments later, Roode fell to the outside of the ring. By the time Itami got him back into the squared circle, the champion had regained enough composure to kick out. Itami kept the pressure on, brutalizing Roode with palm strikes, but when he went for another GTS, The Glorious One countered and hit not one, but two consecutive Glorious DDTs.

Not only did Roode spoil Itami’s promise of taking his title, but he cemented the fact that NXT belongs to him. Act accordingly.

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NXT Champion Bobby Roode went from euphoric to asleep in a matter of seconds thanks to a powerful message delivered by Hideo Itami.

With his chin held high and the newly redesigned NXT Title strapped around his waist, Roode entered Full Sail University eager to brag about how he had “embarrassed” Shinsuke Nakamura at TakeOver: Orlando. But when The Glorious One declared that nobody deserves to be in “his” NXT, Itami — now fully recovered from a neck injury he suffered in October — charged the ring and smacked Roode across the face.

Roode removed his jacket and rolled up his sleeves before gunning toward Itami, but it didn’t matter: Itami still racked Roode onto his shoulders and knocked him out with the Go-To-Sleep. The internationally feared Superstar then picked up the NXT Title for a closer look, as NXT officials struggled for several minutes to peel an unconscious Roode off the mat.

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The era of Gloriousness continues: In a battle for the very soul of NXT, Bobby Roode denied Shinsuke Nakamura’s bid for the new-look NXT Championship, ensuring that The Glorious One does indeed (for now) hold the future of the yellow ropes in his hands.

Roode quickly went back to Nakamura’s knee, an injury to which allowed Roode to claim the title in the first place. This tactic proved unsuccessful until he dodged a Kinshasa and chop-blocked Nakamura’s knee, bringing the challenger to the ground, but Nakamura brought Roode down with him and mangled him with an armbar, trying to take away the Glorious DDT in return.

An adrenalized Nakamura somehow got to his feet and unleashed a barrage of kicks on Roode’s battered arm, even mustering the energy to kick out of a Glorious DDT. Roode, frustrated, flat-out tried to get himself disqualified by grabbing hold of the ring bell, but all that did was give Nakamura even more time to recover while Roode squabbled with the ref.

Unfortunately, Nakamura’s knee was too banged-up to take one more hit, and that’s what Roode administered — specifically, a running shoulder block that all but sent Nakamura end-over-end and allowed the champion to administer a tornado Glorious DDT off the second rope. In other words: New NXT Championship, same NXT Champion. And the fate of NXT itself? Well, that’s the question, isn’t it?

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Kassius Ohno returned to NXT and immediately took aim at NXT Champion Bobby Roode. The highly acclaimed Ohno made it clear that he has unfinished business in NXT and the glorious Roode has what he wants, the NXT Title.

In his first match back inside NXT’s squared circle, Ohno didn’t disappoint, putting on a showcase while coming within a split second of becoming NXT’s new champion on numerous occasions. Unfortunately for Ohno, the NXT Championship must wait, after the titleholder nailed him with a Glorious DDT for the victory.

With Roode having successfully defended his title against Ohno, he now has another massive challenge ahead of him as he will defend the NXT Championship in a rematch against Shinsuke Nakamura at TakeOver: Orlando.

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An impromptu conga line may have broken out upon No Way Jose’s arrival this week, but the party came to a screeching halt minutes later, thanks to NXT Champion Bobby Roode. In his first match since capturing the championship in San Antonio last month, The Glorious One was out to set the tone for his reign and send a message to the NXT locker room.Roode grew frustrated with Jose’s dancing and pummeled his foe into the canvas. Jose mounted a comeback and clobbered the NXT Champion with a big right hand that sent Roode to the arena floor. However, after Jose tossed him back into the ring, Roode pounced on his rival and hit the Glorious DDT to win the match.

The NXT Champion did not stop his attack once the bell rang, though. Roode returned to the ring and locked Jose in the single leg crab that put Shinsuke Nakamura on the shelf. His assault was stopped when Kassius Ohno made his long-awaited return to NXT. Ohno declared that he was coming for the NXT Championship, only for Roode to surprisingly declare that they could square off for it right now. The NXT Champion then attacked Ohno from behind, going after his knee. But it isn’t Ohno’s knee that Roode should have been worried about, but his elbow, as the returning Superstar rocked Roode with a series of strikes before sending the champion retreating after a big clothesline.

As his NXT Championship reign is in its infant stages, Bobby Roode is quickly learning that making NXT glorious may be a taller task than he anticipated.

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Both NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode came to show the world, and the Universe as it may be, what they are fully capable of in the biggest money match in NXT history. The two Superstars entered in grand style, with Roode being accompanied to the ring by a platoon of women and Nakamura entering on a moving platform with a dazzling lights show.

The King of Strong Style and The Glorious One jockeyed back and forth, each with spurts where they were firmly in control. The contest’s pivotal moment came when Nakamura went for a flying knee to Roode as he was stationed on the ring apron. The King of Strong Style connected, but he appeared to do a ton of damage to the knee he struck Roode with in the process. Nakamura then hit the Kinshasa, knocking Roode out cold. But the move also took its toll on Nakamura, who clutched his knee in tremendous pain immediately following the strike. This brought out the NXT medical staff to check on Nakamura while Roode recovered. Nakamura insisted the match continue, even though he was clearly in dire and intense pain.

Roode immediately capitalized on the situation, connecting with a Glorious DDT, but Nakamura valiantly (and incredibly) kicked out. Roode then applied a Single Leg Crab to the injured leg of the NXT Champion. Nakamura refused to quit and even escaped out of it for a moment and almost was able to lock The Glorious Superstar in a Triangle Hold.

Yet the knee of Nakamura gave out yet again, allowing Roode to connect with the second Glorious DDT of the match to secure the three-count and win the NXT Championship for the first time in a glorious, and resourceful, victory.

Shinsuke Nakamura and Roderick Strong defeated Samoa Joe and Bobby Roode

NXT Champion Shinsuke Nakamura and Roderick Strong defeated Samoa Joe and Bobby Roode

Shinsuke Nakamura and Roderick Strong defeated Bobby Roode and Samoa Joe.

Tye Dillinger and Buddy Murphy defeated Bobby Roode and Elias Samson, lot of fun with the 10 stuff, massive pops for all but Elias who got a “shut the f–k up” chant when trying to sing

Bio
Name:Robert F."Bobby"Roode
Stage Name(s}:Bobby Roode,Robert Roode,Bobby Rude,Lee Awesome
Age:Thirty-five
Birthday:January 1st,1977
Born:Peterborough,Ontario,Canada
Billed:Toronto,Ontario,Canada,Wall Street in Manhattan,New York.
Bio:Starting his TNA career as a member of Team Canada, which he had much success. Also having his first singles run with Roode,Inc be successful feuding with the likes of Eric Young and Frankie Kazarian and having Traci Brooks and Payten Brooks(Rain) as managers. Than in 2008,TNA threw together James Storm and Bobby Roode, to become Beer Money one of their most successful tag teams in the company.Roode's one the first ever Bound for Glory Series earing him a title shot at Bound For Glory were he was unsuccessful at beating Kurt Angle for the title. He finally was able to capture singles gold when he turned on tag team partner James Storm to win the World Heavyweight Championship from him. Losing the title finally at Destination X to Austin Aries, ending his 256 day reign as Champion. Now him and James look to settle their feud in a blood bath. Roode has now become a two time World Heavyweight Champion and the current one after defeating Lashley in a brutal rematch.
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