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Kat
December 4th, 2017

Bobby Roode has been traveling with the main roster for some time now and he hasn’t slowed down or waivered in his quest to be the best. He has even requested Baron Corbin to put his United States Champion up, which Corbin flat out said no too. This being the last tour of the year, Bobby Roode wants to end it on a Glorious note. This was indeed a short tour of South America, but if you missed anything we have you covered.

Thursday, November 30, 2017 Lima, Peru

The second to last match of the even featured the GLORIOUS Bobby Roode taking on two of his greatest rivals since coming to SmackDown Live in Baron Corbin and Dolph Ziggler.

This match was a triple threat and the WWE United States Championship was up for grabs, with Baron Corbin escaping Peru with his title.

Based on the results of this week’s edition of SmackDown Live, it is likely that Roode and Corbin are on a collision course for Clash Of The Champions.

RESULT: BARON CORBIN defeated BOBBY ROODE & DOLPH ZIGGLER TO RETAIN THE WWE UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP

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Friday, December 1, 2017 – Mexico City, Mexico

Result: Baron Corbin def. Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler to retain the US Title

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Meet & Greet Digitals

Saturday, December 2, 2017 – Merida, Mexico

Results: Baron Corbin defeated Dolph Ziggler, Sin Cara & Bobby Roode to retain US Championship

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Sunday, December 3, 2017 – Monterrey, Mexico

Result: Baron Corbin def. Bobby Roode and Dolph Ziggler to retain the US Title

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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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CiCi
August 17th, 2017

Roderick Strong vs. Drew McIntyre

Crowd relatively reserved for this match. McIntyre with the sizable size advantage. Strong hurdles a whip attack and delivers a leg lariat. Went to the well again too early as McIntyre stops it in it’s tracks the second time and McIntyre with an impressive suplex. Roddy back on the offensive, sending Drew outside, where they both go strike for strike. Roddy charges in, but Drew pops him up into the steel post. Referee with the slowest ten count of all time as they’re both still outside. Roddy back in, enziguri on the apron, then drops McIntyre back first onto the “hardest part of the ring.” Strong rolls back in as we go to break.

We’re back and the back and forth is still going. Strong with the minor upper hand with a slightly disheveled abdominal stretch. McIntyre works his way up, but then Roddy throws several haymakers. McIntyre now down in the corner as Roddy looks to finish the job. Several more kicks and stomps from the messiah of the…back breaker. Drew selling his behind off for Strong as he gets locked into another upper body submission. Drew fights out again and a huge clothesline creates space. Kick to the midsection then head from Strong, runs the ropes, but promptly gets thrown by a belly-to-belly by McIntyre. We’ve reached the battle of wills in the middle of the ring portion of the match, which McIntyre gets the best of. McIntyre heads up top for an ax handle. Reverse Alabama Slam by McIntyre, which looked amazing, leads to a pin and a long two. Drew strikes up the band for the Claymoore, but Strong ready with a jumping knee counter. The back breaker specialist finally lands one to even the odds. Another knee strike from Strong, then heads up top, but a huge head butt sends Strong crumbling. Both men caught up in the ropes, Drew caught up in the Tree of Woe. None other than the NXT Champion Bobby Roode runs down the ramp to take out both men, and does so quite giddily.

Result: No Contest–Interference

Roode gloats as McIntyre tries to will himself up. Roode hits the Glorious DDT and leaves his challenger laying. He blows a kiss to Strong for good measure as the crowd chants “you suck” at the glorious one. We get one good GLORIOUS from Roode as he stands tall to end the episode. Side note; security was slightly slow in protecting the main event.

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Lisa
June 29th, 2017

We have a video package for Roderick Strong and Bobby Roode’s match next week for the NXT Title.

Roderick says he is where no one thought he would be. To create this life he had to go through a lot of things. You become part of your environment and he wanted to get out of his way of life. Roderick says professional wrestling saved his life. Wrestling taught him how to deal with everything. He is not just doing it for him, he is doing it for his family.

We go to Bobby Roode faking emotion over Roderick’s story and his comments about how Roderick is not in his class.

Roderick says his story is not over yet. We see the confrontation at Full Sail when Roderick and Bobby brawled. Roderick says this is the most important chapter of his career. Bobby says he will not get that happy ending. Roderick wonders what is Bobby Roode other than his entrance. Roderick says whatever it takes, he will be NXT Champion.

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Brit
June 22nd, 2017

We take a look at what happened earlier today when Bobby Roode was having a photo shoot done for him. Roderick Strong enters with his fiance and son. Bobby says that if she is going to pop them out any faster they will need to get a double. Bobby tells Marina if she wants a real man to call him.

Strong attacks Roode and they have to be separated. Roode tells Strong if he wants a shot at the title, any time, anywhere.

We are told that in two weeks, Strong will get a title match against Bobby Roode.

We go to commercial.

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Lisa
May 5th, 2017

We see video of Ember Moon arriving earlier today. NXT Women’s Champion Asuka, Shinsuke Nakamura and NXT Champion Bobby Roode are also shown arriving earlier today.

We get a promo for tonight’s main event.

NXT Title Match: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Bobby Roode

We go to the ring and outomes Shinsuke Nakamura to a big pop. He makes a cool entrance. A piano starts playing next to begin another “glorious” introduction for NXT Champion Bobby Roode.

We get formal ring introductions before the match. Regal comes in and hands over the new NXT Title belt and it’s raised by the referee. Fans are riled up with dueling chants before the bell even hits. They lock up and test each other to start. Roode with a few holds. Nakamura tries some mind games early on but Roode just laughs at him. They finally go at it back and forth. Nakamura with a knee to the gut. They end up on the floor early on. They come back in and Nakamura thrusts Roode in the gut. Nakamura looks to suplex Roode from the ring to the floor but Roode fights him off and hits a dropkick. They fight from the floor back into the ring and Roode takes control. Roode works Nakamura in the corner and talks some trash. Roode with a big clothesline in the corner. Roode goes for a neckbreaker and hits it for a 2 count.

Roode keeps control and beats Nakamura around. Fans do dueling chants as Roode has Nakamura grounded in the middle of the ring. Nakamura finally makes a comeback and nails Roode with kicks. Nakamura places Roode on the top and runs with the high knee. Nakamura sends Roode to the floor with a dropkick. Nakamura keeps control and brings it back into the ring for a 2 count. Roode blocks a big suplex attempt and works on the neck. Nakamura kicks Roode but Roode comes right back with a big clothesline. Both are down now.

More back and forth. Roode avoids a Kinshasa and takes out the knee. Roode focuses on the knee now. Nakamura keeps trying to get a comeback going but Roode keeps working on the knee. Nakamura catches Roode out of nowhere for a submission but Roode fights him. Nakamura keeps trying for the submission. Nakamura gets the armbar applied before it’s broken. Nakamura finally gets some offense in on Roode now. Roode turns it around but Nakamura nails him with kicks. Roode counters and drops Nakamura over his knees for a close 2 count. Lots more back and forth and close calls.

Roode avoids a Kinshasa by going to the floor. They come back in and Roode nails the Glorious DDT for a close 2 count. More dueling chants from the crowd. Roode ends up going to ringside and grabbing the timekeeper’s bell. He brings it in as referee Drake Wuertz warns him. Drake takes the bell from Roode. Roode walks into a shot from Nakamura. Nakamura hits the exploder. Nakamura charges with the Kinshasa but Roode catches him in a spinebuster for another really close 2 count. Fans chant “this is awesome” now. They continue to go at it and trade close calls. Nakamura hit knees to the face at one point instead of the Kinshasa. Roode kicked out at 2. The finish saw Roode hit a big Glorious DDT out of the corner for the win.

Winner: Bobby Roode

After the bell, Roode takes is title and celebrates in the corner. We go to replays as Nakamura recovers. We come back to Roode raising the NXT Title on the stage. He yells about how this is his NXT and we should learn to love it. Takeover goes off the air.

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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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November 25th: WWE Starrcade
November 26th: WWE Live: Roanoke, Va
November 27th: WWE Live: Charleston, WV
November 28th: WWE SmackDown Lexington, KY
November 30th: WWE Live: LIMA
December 1st: WWE Live: Mexico City, Mexico, DIF
December 2nd: WWE Live: Merida, YUC
December 3rd: WWE Live: Monterrey, Mexico
December 5th: WWE SmackDown: San Diego, CA
December 9th: WWE Live: Pikeville,KY
December 10th: WWE Live: Louiseville, KY
December 11th: WWE Live: Terre Haute, IN
December 12th: WWE SmackDown: Cincinnati, OH
December 17th: WWE Clash of Champions
December 18th: WWE Live: White Plains, NY
December 19th: WWE SmackDown Newark, NJ
December 26th: WWE Live: Chicago, IL
December 27th: WWE Live: Detroit, MI
December 28th: WWE Live: Pittsburgh, PA
December 29th: WWE Live: Hershey, PA
December 30th: WWE Live: Tampa, Fl
January 28th: Royal Rumble: Philadelphia, PA
January 30th: Smackdown: Philadelphia, PA
April 8th: Wrestlemania 35: New Orleans, LA
April 10th: Smackdown: New Orleans, LA

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