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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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Brit
August 9th, 2017

We are back and William Regal is in the ring.  He brings out the two men who will be wrestling for the NXT Title at Takeover: Brooklyn. Out first is Drew McIntyre.  Out next is the champion Bobby Roode.  Roode is flanked by Full Sail security.

Bobby says these gentlemen are his personal security detail.  They are here to protect everyone from a madman named Roderick Strong who is trying to get his hands on him.  Roode says he would hate for Strong to ruin that big money match at Takeover. Roode says they are here to protect him more than Drew.  Roode officially welcomes Drew back to the WWE.  You came out and talked about the past and the mistakes you made. You talked about feeling entitled and how Roode feels the same way now.

Roode tells Drew you’re damn right he is entitled.  Bobby says he doesn’t need a second chance.  From the moment he walked into this company, he said he was going to make a change and be the face of this brand.  Roode said that he would become the NXT Champion. Roode reminds Drew that he has done everything he said he would do.  Whether you like it or not, this is his NXT.  It is not yours, it is not theirs, it is not WE. It is his NXT.

You talked about how you were christened the Chosen One. Roode says he did not need to be chosen. Everybody knows that Bobby Roode is simply The One.

Drew says he has to give Roode some credit.  You are the prototype of a champion.  You have had one of the best years of any NXT Champion. There is one big problem with Bobby Roode and his title reign.  Drew says that Roode is an ass.  He thought Roode was a facade but Bobby believes all the crap coming out of his mouth.  The higher Roode gets, the harder he will fall when Drew gives him a Claymore.  At the end of the Glorious Entrance, you will be standing across from the new NXT Champion.

Roderick Strong comes out and he wants to say something.  He says he knows what William Regal said.  You can fine him if you want. Roderick says he is not done with Bobby Roode.  You talk about the NXT Title.  This is not about the NXT Title.  This is about you disrespecting his fiance and his family.  This is about you disrespecting him as a man.  Roderick says he is calling out Bobby.  This is not about the title or Brooklyn.  Roode says this is about a fight.  He says he wants to fight Bobby.  Roderick asks if he is man enough.

Roode tells Strong to shut up.  If you want a fight, he is not afraid of Strong.  Roode says he will put his title on the line.  If you want a fight, you got a fight.  All you have to do is go through Drew McIntyre first.  If you beat Drew next week, he will see him after Takeover.

Regal says he is the one who makes the matches.

Drew says to make the match.  He knows the games that Bobby is trying to play.  Drew says he will fight anybody, anywhere, any time.  You will not have the title after Brooklyn.  He will fight Roderick next week and then four days later, he will beat Bobby Roode.

Bobby says everyone is so enthralled with “We Are NXT”  Drew and Roderick want the match.  Bobby says the people want the match.  We are NXT so make the the match Mr. Regal.

Regal says he is all about giving the NXT Universe what they want so next week, Drew McIntyre faces Roderick Strong and if Strong wins, he faces Roode after Takeover.

Bobby says it will be GLORIOUS.

We go to commercial.

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Brit
August 2nd, 2017

Bobby Roode has asked for time to respond to both Roderick Strong and Drew McIntyre. Production sets him up backstage. First, he addresses Roddy, using the lottery metaphor again.  Bobby Roode says that Rodrick Strong tried to play the Bobby Roode lottery and he lost. Not only did Roode beat Strong, he proved he is the better man. Strong doesn’t belong in Roode’s NXT. As far as Drew McIntyre goes, McIntyre claims to be a new man and maybe he is. Next week, McIntyre can get in the ring with Roode and have a conversation. Roode says he is done here. Before he can leave Strong runs in and tries to attack him, but security gets in the way. NXT Commissioner William Regal chastises Strong for his overly aggressive behavior. Strong asks Regal what he is supposed to do. Roode disrespected Strong’s family. Strong wants Roode (heh). Regal says his hands are tied. The match at Takeover: Brooklyn is set. Strong walks away in a huff.

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Brit
July 12th, 2017

They announce Bobby Roode is at NXT tonight and we’ll hear from him later.

Backstage, Bobby Roode is in General Manager William Regal’s office. The GM brought the champ in to talk about his next challenger. William says that Drew McIntyre and Killian Dain are both undefeated and they are showing an interest in his title. Bobby says they are both smart businessmen.  The NXT Universe pays good money to see the champ in action.  Bobby says he can beat both of them any day of the week.  Roode suggests putting Drew in the ring against Dain.

William asks if Roode wants to see these men take each other out.  William says that is a match that would interest a lot of people. Next week, Drew McIntyre faces Killian Dain and the winner faces Roode for the title at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn.

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Brit
July 5th, 2017

Backstage, Bobby Roode says Strong has been living in a fairytale world the past few weeks. Now Strong is going to have to look reality in the eye. And that reality is… (Roode’s music starts to play).

NXT Championship Match: Bobby Roode (c) vs Roderick Strong

After a collar and elbow tie up Strong forces Roode into the corner. Strong gives Roode a clean break. Roode grabs a side headlock, then a waist lock takedown. Roode rides Strong’s back before paint brushing the back of Strong’s head. Roode tries to do the glorious taunt but Strong dropkicks Roode square in the chin. Stiff chop by Strong. Strong whips Roode into the rope and floors him with another dropkick. Roode rolls out of the ring. Strong follows. Strong rolls Roode back into the ring. Roode stomps Strong as Strong tries to get back into the ring. Roode whips Strong into the ropes. Roode goes for a leapfrog but Strong hooks the ropes. Strong picks up Roode and hits a half nelson back breaker. Roode rolls out of the ring again.

After the break, Strong hits another back breaker for a near fall. Chops and punches in the corner by Strong. Roode catches Strong with a boot. Roode takes Strong over with a top rope blockbuster. Roode stomps out Strong. Roode lands a few chops before attempting to set up a suplex. Strong puts on the breaks. Roode finally gets Strong up but Strong counters and hits yet another back breaker. Roode rolls out of the ring yet again. wrecking ball dropkick by Strong. Strong lands a few chops. Strong tries to bring Roode back into the ring on via the ring steps. Roode trips Strong and Strong’s leg gets trapped between the steps and the ring post. Roode kicks the ring steps into Strong’s leg. Roode gloats in front of Strongs wife and mother. Roode works over Strong’s leg. Roode drops elbow after elbow on Strong’s knee. Roode yells at Strong that he is the champ. Strong tries to fire up but Roode takes out Strong’s knee yet again. Strong manages to take Roode over for a sunset flip but Roode kicks out. Roode floor Strong with a lariat. Roode locks in a toe hold. Strong tries to kick out of it but Roode will not let go. Strong kicks Roode in the mouth and Roode finally breaks the hold. Strong trips Roode into the corner. Strong tries to get to his feet but can’t keep a vertical base. Strong and Roode trade punches. Strong manages to hit a running lariat. Angle slam by Strong. Strong slaps his leg to try to get the feeling back in his leg. Roode mounts the top rope. Strong picks Roode up off the top rope and hits the 157th back breaker of the match! Roode kicks out.

Roode chop blocks Strong. Roode sets up a figure four but Strong kicks him away. Roode bounces off the ropes right into a schoolboy for a two count. Spine buster by Roode for a long two count. Roode calls for the Glorious DDT but Strong counters it into a fireman’s gutbuster for a two count. Roode pulls Strong down to the mat and wraps his leg around the ring post. Roode drives Strong’s leg into the ring post. Roode climbs the top rope but Strong levels him with a leaping enziguri. Strong climbs up to and back breakers Roode on the top turnbuckle! Roode immediately rolls out of the ring. Strong drags Roode back into the ring for a pin but Roode kicks out. Strong almost runs into the referee. Strong stops his momentum but Roode surprises him with the Glorious DDT! Somehow, Strong kicks out! Roode is livid! Roode taunts Strong’s wife while Strong is down. Strong hits a high knee, followed by a running knee. Strong hits the C-4, then his suplex backbreaker! Strong covers Roode and the referee counts to three! Strong celebrates and is announced the new NXT champion. The referee waves it off and tells Strong that Roode’s foot was under the rope. While the referee isn’t looking Roode knocks Strong off the apron. Roode hits the Glorious DDT on the floor in front of Strong’s wife. Roode tosses Strong back into the ring. Roode jaws with Strong’s wife. Roode hits another Glorious DDT for the win.

Winner and STILL NXT Champion, Bobby Roode!

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Lisa
May 31st, 2017

The Wrestling Compadres podcast recently interviewed NXT world champion Bobby Roode. Below are some more highlights and you can also listen to the full interview below as well.

Roode on the origin of Glorious: “The character in itself was a form of what you see now, but the ‘Glorious’ thing came about from the song, so it’s been a blessing and a lot of fun. Originally I had a different song. At the time I was waiting for some paperwork to finish up to start here [WWE]. I had a different song that everybody agreed upon, but as I talked more about my character and what I wanted to do here the idea came up to use the song. The song was around in the WWE Library or wherever they keep their songs in the archives so they played it for me and thought that it would match with the character that I wanted to perceive, which was totally different from what I had and what everyone else had, so it was going to go one of two ways; it was either going to suck or be really great, and it’s been really great.”

On if he expected to come a world champion a year after his debut: “That was the goal, obviously. At the time, it’s been one year since I sat front row at the NXT: Take Over event in Dallas. At that point, I wasn’t sure what was going to happen; I was there as a guest and had a small initial talk with the company, but wasn’t sure what was going to happen, but one thing leads to another and got an opportunity here. Being in this business for almost two decades, I wanted to make the most of this opportunity and I have, so I couldn’t be happier.”

Roode on joining the NXT brand: “Everything is great. To be a part of the brand, when I first came in everybody saw me a year ago in Dallas, but I didn’t really get going and get my feet wet until the summer time. Being a part of NXT: Take Over Brooklyn was very special that night since it was my debut and the brand itself, from where it was when I debuted in the summer to where it continues to grow. It’s ironic because NXT home is in Orlando since we do our taped shows in Full Sail Arena, and for WrestleMania and the WWE Universe to do the show at basically our home is pretty special. On paper, Take Over has the ability to be the best Take Over of all time so it’s going to be a pretty special night.”

Roode on the ideas for his character: “It’s not basically just the ideas, more so for me is to create the character and the persona. With the song and the entrances especially and just how I carry myself, including when I have the opportunity to talk on the mic on television it’s creating that persona and character that people can either hate or love.”

Lisa
May 31st, 2017

For The Win recently interviewed NXT world champion Bobby Roode. He spoke on joining NXT/WWE and being in a rut before he signed with the company. The full interview is below.

Bobby Roode is 40 and an 18-year veteran of the wrestling business, but he says coming to WWE and NXT last year was a “whole different animal.”

“This has been a learning curve for me,” Roode said. “It’s been a lot of fun learning and trying to get better.”

Roode, the reigning NXT champion, has transformed from “The It Factor” who was a two-time TNA world champion and six-time TNA tag team champion to “Glorious,” complete with sequined robes, an elaborate entrance and one of the best theme songs in wrestling.

Roode defends his title against Hideo Itami in the main event at NXT TakeOver: Chicago on Saturday (8 p.m. ET on WWE Network).

“A lot of (the difference) is the presentation, but your performance has to match the presentation,” Roode said. “The ‘It Factor’ was maybe not as flashy with the robes and the music, but I haven’t changed my thinking; I haven’t changed my psychology; I haven’t changed my wrestling in any aspect. … But as far as the ‘Glorious’ character, the song itself has helped evolve what I am in the ring.”

Roode notes WWE has “so many great minds.” Among them who has helped make Roode even more glorious is WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels.

Michaels has been used at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando as a guest instructor. Although Michaels has said his role is not clearly defined, WWE creative head Paul “Triple H” Levesque has talked about Michaels putting the polish and finishing touches on top NXT performers.

“In my mind, there is no better person to learn from than Shawn Michaels,” Roode said. “One of the things I’ve never really learned a lot about was just the emotion of what you do with certain emotions at certain times, so we talk a lot about the character development stuff, how to carry yourself and honestly, just everything, really.

“Shawn is Shawn Michaels. Every time you can have him in your ear and sit down and hear what he has to say is beneficial.”

Talking to Roode, he is seemingly amazed about how things have changed for him in the last year after leaving TNA with an uncertain future, and by his own admission, his passion for the business having disappeared.

“I was in a bit of a rut,” he said. “Coming here has changed all that …

“With the company I was with before, we weren’t on the road as much. It was basically a television brand. … I got into this business to perform and that’s the most fun part about this business – being on the road and being in different cities and getting a chance to travel the world and do what you love to do. I just wasn’t getting that anymore. …

“From the moment, I got to the hotel (at NXT TakeOver: Dallas last year) and then to the arena and started to meet the NXT talent and see the production of everything and having an opportunity to talk to Triple H that night, I knew then this is where I needed to be and this is where I wanted to be. The greatest decision I’ve ever made in my career was to come here. All I wanted from the moment I got here was the opportunity. One year later, it’s been pretty incredible.”

Roode is not based in at the Performance Center in Orlando but lives in the Toronto area with his wife and three sons. The weekend schedule has allowed him to watch his sons play hockey, although the schedule could change as NXT expands.

“The schedule is getting really busy,” he said. “The growth that we’ve had from when I first started here up until this point has been incredible. Looking at this whole year and then going into WrestleMania next year, I can see NXT being a full-time brand.”

Source: ForTheWin

Lisa
May 5th, 2017

Backstage we see Bobby Roode talking to Kona Reeves, who faces Hideo Itami up next!

Backstage, William Regal is with Bobby Roode to discuss his next opponent for the NXT Championship will be, for Takeover: Chicago. Roode says that he knows a lot of the rise of NXT has been because of him, and with Hideo Itami being reckless they need to make sure the champ is protected. What Regal makes of this is, Hideo needs to earn an opportunity to face Roode for the title…so next week, Itami will face Roderick Strong, and whoever wins will earn a shot at the NXT Championship at Takeover against Bobby Roode! There’s a knock at the door, prompting Regal to tell Roode of his next appointment…Roderick Strong, who has a brief staredown with the champ before Roode leaves.

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Lisa
May 5th, 2017

 

Recap: We go back to last week, when Hideo Itami returned to NXT to interrupt NXT Champion Bobby Roode, things coming to a head when Itami laid Roode out with a GTS.

Backstage, Roode is asked about what happened. He says it was a cowardly and unprovoked attack by Itami. Itami hasn’t been around in a long time so he may not know this is a new NXT. Roode’s NXT. If Itami thinks he’s going to challenge him for the championship, he’s going to have to earn that glorious opportunity.

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Lisa
May 5th, 2017

We take a look at the NXT Title match between Bobby Roode and Shinsuke Nakamura.

Nakamura says fate brought them together and fate will determine the future of NXT.

We see Nakamura being helped up by the referee and the ovation for Nakamura after the match.

We see higlights of Nakamura’s time in NXT.

We go to comments from Bobby Roode after his win on Saturday. Bobby says he told everyone exactly what he said he would do. He said he was going to walk into Takeover and beat Nakamura. That is exactly what he did. Tonight was the biggest Takeover in history. For the last year, he has taken NXT to new levels. He has taken it to greater heights and he has done things with this brand that have never been done before. It will continue and this is on the beginning. He wants to know if you are ready for the Glorious Ride in Bobby Roode’s NXT.

We go to commercial.

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Date of Birth: May 11, 1977
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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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