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Brit
May 7th, 2018

Elias is in the ring and he wants to know who wants to walk with him.

He says he is good friends with Bruce Springsteen.  They go to parties together, they talk about music and life.  Elias says he gives Bruce advice.  Elias says of all the great things he has done, Bruce’s only regret is that he is from New Jersey.  Elias says he gets it because this place is a toilet.  Elias says he told Bruce to tune in tonight because he has a song Bruce will like.

Elias threatens not to perform if the people will not listen to him.  Elias says he is going to leave, but it was a ruse.  Elias says Bruce needs to hear this.

The New Day interrupt Elias’ performance and they make their way to the ring.  Big E has a bass drum while Kofi has pancakes in his cymbals.

Woods tells Elias they heard some of their stuff and it is actually fantastic.

Elias says he did not get through what he wanted and it must be intimidating to be out here with the biggest musical act on the planet.  He asks if they want autographs.

Kofi asks Elias if he wanted to jam out with the New Day.  A one day dual branded concert.

Woods says they want to WALK WITH ELIAS.

Elias says he is a solo act.

Big E says they do not want to play with Elias but they enjoy a solo act.  The New Day perform and Elias tells them to stop.

Elias says some day they could open for Elias but tonight is not that night.

Elias asks for the lights to come down.

Aiden English interrupts and he makes his way to the stage.

Aiden says New Day’s skills do not pay the bills so stick to their short stacks.  He tells Elias that he can play his guitar but does he know what day it is?  It is RUSEV Day.

Rusev makes his way out.

Elias wants to know what they are doing out here.

Rusev says they are doing whatever they want.  There is only one person here that celebrates a holiday in his honor and it is not Bootleg Bob Dylan or the Booty Boys.

Elias says Bob Dylan wishes he could be Elias.  It is not about Rusev Day or New Day, it is Elias’ night.

Before Elias can play, No Way Jose comes out and he is joined by his Conga Line.  Titus Worldwide and Breezango join the random people around the ring.

Elias wants the music stopped.

Elias says this is his night and nobody is going to ruin it or interrupt him again.

Bobby Roode interrupts Elias and he hits a GLORIOUS DDT.

Rusev keeps Aiden from joining the tomfoolery.

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Brit
March 12th, 2018

 

United States Title Match: Bobby Roode vs. Randy Orton

They lock up and Roode works over the left arm of Orton. A slow pace here as Orton locked in a headlock and then posed for the crowd. Roode with a shoulder block then a second one and posed for the crowd. Orton caught him with a back elbow and an uppercut. Roode connected with a chop to the chest. Orton went for an RKO but Roode blocked it and rolled to the floor. Roode got back into the ring and went for his finisher but Orton blocked and rolled to the floor to regroup. Back in the ring, Orton hit a front suplex to Roode on the top rope for a near fall. Roode with a headlock but Orton fought out of it. Roode cut him off and went for a suplex but Orton reversed it and hit one of his own. Roode knocked him down and went to the top rope where he connected with a clothesline. Roode went for his finisher but it was blocked and Orton rolled him up for 2.

Orton with a series of clotheslines and then a scoop slam. Orton went for a second rope DDT but Roode blocked it. Roode with a big boot out of the corner and a blockbuster off the middle rope for 2. Orton avoided a shoulder block and hit a second rope DDT. Orton sized him up and went for the RKO but it was blocked and Roode went for his finisher but it was blocked. Orton rolled him up for 2. Roode clotheslines him to the floor. Orton back drops him onto the barricade and tossed him back into the ring for a near fall.

Orton placed him on the top turnbuckle and went for a superplex but Roode blocked and hit a sunset flip powerbomb for 2. Orton fought back and hit a superplex for a near fall. They trade strikes in the middle of the ring. Roode with a backslider for 2. They both went for their finishers but it was blocked. Roode hit a devastating spinebuster for 2. Roode went off the middle rope for a dive but Orton caught him with an RKO out of nowhere for the win.

Winner: Orton – NEW U.S Champion

After the match, Jinder Mahal walked down to the ring and Roode took him out. Roode also hit his finisher to Orton as well.

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Brit
January 29th, 2018

Mojo Rawley answered the Glorious Open Challenge issued by United States Champion Bobby Roode, and the fired-up Superstar was looking to get retribution after Roode defeated him in a tournament semifinal match en route to capturing the vacant title. However, it was not meant to be for Mojo, as Roode valiantly fought through Rawley’s punishing attack to retain his title during the Royal Rumble Kickoff.

The ever-confident Glorious One put himself at a disadvantage, not knowing who his opponent would be in Philadelphia. Rawley took advantage of that, pummeling the champion from the get-go. Matters looked dire for Roode after he looked to take a brief respite on the arena floor and Mojo charged him, sending him crashing into the ringside barricade with a vicious tackle.

Roode survived Rawley’s initial onslaught and began to mount a comeback, only for Mojo to cut him off and hurl him into the ring post. However, Roode had enough gas left in the tank to counter Rawley’s running punch and connect with the Glorious DDT to hold onto his title.

By issuing the Glorious Open Challenge, Bobby Roode has shown that he intends to be a fighting United States Champion. Who will be the next to step up and try to knock Roode off his star-spangled pedestal?

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CiCi
November 26th, 2017


WWE Starrcade started off with The Glorious Bobby Roode facing off against Dolph Ziggler. To everyone’s surprise, the guest enforcer was none other than Arn Anderson. The match was hard hitting with Dolph blocking everything Bobby threw his way for the first part of the match. Roode finally found his mojo and came back on the offense. Dolph Ziggler tried to cheat his way to a victory by using a steel chair, but Arn Anderson stopped him. Ziggler laid Anderson out and continued with the chair, but the referee stopped him and Roode took over due to the distraction. Anderson came into play again when Dolph was getting ready for his finisher. Anderson clobbered Ziggler and made way for Bobby Roode to hit him with a Glorious DDT for the win.

Bobby Roode def. Dolph Ziggler (Arn Anderson as Special Enforcer)

Great to see Anderson back in a WWE ring, although he lied in wait most of the match. Very good back and forth opening match with both guys getting their respective stuff in. Beautiful stalling suplex from Roode that stayed up for at least 15 seconds. Ziggler worked the crowd nicely to setup for a Roode comeback. A Fameasser and a Zig-Zag only pick up two counts. Ziggler goes for a chair, in which Double-A would not allow. Ziggler and Anderson face-off in the ring and Ziggler gets hit with one of the best spine busters there’s every been. This sets up Roode for the Glorious DDT and the win. In a hilarious spot, referee Charles Robinson carried Ziggler to the back in his arms.

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CiCi
November 20th, 2017

A Glorious Bout! Since making his way onto the SmackDown main roster, Bobby Roode proved that he was great at what he does. This new feat, is one that he probably never thought he’d face. A 5 on 5 elimination match. Win or lose, Bobby Roode will make this match… GLORIOUS!

Bobby’s first face to face would be with the Cerebral Assassin Triple H. Roode is no match for Triple H as he tries to pull his Glorious gimmick and Triple H slaps him. This matchup is one is one in a million as Bobby and H=Triple H go for their signature moves but blocked them. Kurt Angle slams Bobby hot off his tag. Angle and Roode both think clothesline and are now down in the center of the ring. Bobby tags in Nakamura. Bobby comes in to help Nakamura with BRAUN STROWMAN. Roode gives Strowman all he has, in the end it is not enough. Bobby Roode is eliminated. For more on this explosive match, here is what WWE.com has to say.

Team Raw came out on top in the Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match, but it was the intervention of two wholly unexpected Superstars and a shocking double-cross that helped determine the outcome of this head-to-head competition for brand supremacy.

With Survivor Series tied at 3-3 between Raw and SmackDown LIVE, Team Red scored a hard-fought victory over Team Blue in the main event of WWE’s fall classic, cementing Raw’s dominance in a head-to-head competition for brand supremacy. But the win that earned Raw an overall victory over SmackDown LIVE came with no small amount of controversy for the red brand, with tensions between Triple H and Team Raw’s captain, General Manager Kurt Angle, bubbling over in the match’s final moments.

As expected, Braun Strowman proved to be a major player on Team Raw, pinning SmackDown LIVE favorites Shinsuke Nakamura and Bobby Roode in short order with two ring-rattling Running Powerslams. Attempting to take The Monster Among Men off the playing field, Team Blue’s John Cena and Randy Orton double-teamed the juggernaut, and with the help of their blue band compatriots, drove the behemoth through one of the ringside announce tables.

Order was eventually restored, with Cena putting away Raw’s Samoa Joe with a damaging duet of Attitude Adjustments, finally getting SmackDown on the scoreboard.

Shortly after, Cena found himself standing across the ring from Angle — the Superstar Cena faced during his debut WWE match on SmackDown back in 2002. Realizing quickly that The Olympic Hero hadn’t lost a step, Cena fell victim to an Angle Lock followed up by an Angle Slam. SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon broke up Angle’s pinfall attempt, but a well-timed Coup de Grâce from Raw’s Finn Bálor made Cena vulnerable to a second Angle Slam. Angle then pinned the 16-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion, reducing Team Blue’s ranks to two: McMahon and Randy Orton.

It was Bálor who made the attempt to skin The Viper, hitting Orton with his signature Slingblade and sending his veteran foe into the turnbuckle with a dropkick that left Orton in the drop zone for the Coup de Grâce. The ring awareness of WWE’s Apex Predator, however, won out. He dodged the aerial Bálor and hit a perfectly executed RKO on the Irishman that took Bálor out of the match.

Not only did Shane-O-Mac and The Viper face insurmountable odds given the remaining members of Team Raw — Strowman, Triple H and Angle — but opposition also came from the SmackDown camp. Bitter that they were not included on SmackDown’s Survivor Series team, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn brutally attacked McMahon, forcing the commissioner to fend them off with a steel chair.

After helping Shane fight off the attackers, a distracted Orton was floored with a Running Powerslam from Strowman that led to his elimination. Now, the man who put Raw under siege and formed the perfect team to challenge Raw for brand supremacy was all alone against three powerful foes.

Despite that power, however, lingering tension between Angle and Triple H — who Pedigreed Angle’s son, Jason Jordan, just days earlier — dramatically changed the complexion of Team Raw in the final moments of the match. Seeming to side with his brother-in-law, Triple H hit The Olympic Hero with a Pedigree and placed McMahon on top of Angle to eliminate the Raw GM. As a confused Strowman looked on, Triple H then helped Shane to his feet, only to hit McMahon with the same maneuver that put down Angle, scoring the final pin for Team Red and ending the night for a 4-3 win for Raw overall at Survivor Series.

Not at all pleased with the final moments of the match, Strowman quietly seethed as Triple H held up his hand in victory. The Monster Among Men forced the jubilant King of Kings into the corner and warned the WWE COO not to cross him a second time or Triple H “will never play this game again.”

As Strowman’s back was turned, The Game tried to take down the behemoth, but The Monster Among Men was ready and hit Triple H with not one, but two Running Powerslams.

Triple H might have stolen the glory and raised some serious questions about Strowman’s immediate future, but nevertheless, Raw reigns supreme … at least, for now.

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Brit
October 9th, 2017

Is it too much of a layup to say Bobby Roode’s WWE pay-per-view debut was positively glorious? Perhaps. But it was all the same, as the former NXT Champion knocked off a Dolph Ziggler that the WWE Universe may not recognize.

The Showoff, who has spent the last month or so mocking every elaborate entrance in WWE history, made a unique statement before the match began by entering to almost no music or lighting in order to keep the spotlight on his near-unmatched skills in the ring. To Dolph, Roode, who walks the ramp to one of the more extravagant entrances today, is the epitome of flash over substance. Still, The Glorious One showed he could hang with the former World Heavyweight Champion’s skills almost instantly. Roode went move-for-move with Ziggler and still found time for the occasional call-and-response “GLORIOUS!” chant with the crowd.

Ziggler answered with a gritty, unforgiving offense, pulverizing Roode with holds, locks, and at one point, a drag of his face across the ropes that would have been welcome in the knock-down main events of the territory days. It was a stark departure from a Superstar who once combined his chinlocks with headstands just because he could, but it proved effective nonetheless, as a Famouser landed The Showoff a precarious nearfall.

You can’t take the showoff entirely out of Dolph Ziggler, though. He took a little long to tune up the band in preparation for the superkick, leading to a brutal spinebuster from The Glorious One. The ensuing scramble resulted in a series of rollups, and when Dolph attempted to get the win by grabbing a handful of Roode’s tights, his foe answered by grabbing a handful of Ziggler’s own trunks to get the deciding pinfall.

Turnabout, of course, is fair play, but Ziggler did not take the loss lying down, wrenching Roode to the mat with a Zig Zag seconds after the pin had been counted. The move makes sense. For Bobby Roode, a win in his first-ever WWE pay-per-view match is, perhaps, the best entrance of all. And we know how Dolph Ziggler feels about those.

Via WWE.com

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Noted Ring Names: Bobby Roode, Total Lee Awesome, Mark Rude, Robert Roode
Date of Birth: May 11, 1977
From: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Debut: 1998
Robert Roode Jr., better known by his ring name Bobby Roode is a Canadian Professional Wrestler currently signed to WWE under their developmental program, NXT. He is best known for his 12 year stint in TNA (Total Nonstop Action), where he debuted with Team Canada in 2004.  During his tenure with TNA, Roode was Heavyweight Champion two times, and won other titles there including The World Tag Team Titles. He was the longest TNA champ holding the title for over 269 days.  On August 3, 2016, Bobby Roode made his debut with NXT and a few months later became NXT champion.

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December 29th:   WWE Live: Hershey, PA
December 30th:   WWE Live: Tampa, Fl
January 2nd:   SmackDown Live: Orlando, Fl
January 6th:    WWE Live: Jackson, MS
January 7th:    WWE Live: Mobile, AL
January 8th:    WWE Live: Montgomery, AL
January 9th:    SmackDown Live: Birmingham, AL
January 13th:   WWE Live: Hildago, TX
January 14th:   WWE Live: Waco, TX
January 16th:   SmackDown Live: Laredo, TX
January 20th:   WWE Live: Florence, SC
January 21st:   WWE Live: Greenville, NC
January 23rd:   SmackDown Live: Washington, DC
January 27th:   WWE Live: Richmond, VA
January 28th:   Royal Rumble: Philadelphia, PA
January 30th:   Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA
February 3rd:   WWE Live: Texarkana, AR
February 4th:   WWE Live: Little Rock, AR
February 5th:   WWE Live: Springfield, MO
February 6th:   SmackDown Live: Kansas City,MO
February 10th:  WWE Live: Sacramento, CA
February 11th:  WWE Live: Oakland, CA
February 12th:   WWE Live: Stockton, CA
February 13th:   SmackDown Live: Bakersfield, CA
February 17th:   WWE Live: Lubbock,TX
February 18th:  WWE Live: Rio Rancho, NM
February 19th:   WWE Live: El Paso, TX
February 20th:   SmackDown Live: Phoenix, AZ
February 24th:   WWE Live: Denver, CO
February 25th:   WWE Live: Ontario, CA
February 27th:   SmackDown Live: Los Angeles, CA
March 3rd:   WWE Live: Moline, IL
March 6th:   SmackDown Live: Green Bay, WI
March 12th:   WWE Live: Dayton,OH
March 13th:   SmackDown Live: Inianapolis, IN
April 8th:   Wrestlemania 35: New Orleans, LA
April 10th:   Smackdown: New Orleans, LA

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