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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 22nd, 2017

The WWE NXT “Takeover: Chicago” Kickoff pre-show opens up from the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL with Charly Caruso welcoming us. She’s joined by Nigel McGuinness and Peter Rosenberg. Charly hypes tonight’s Ladder Match as we see WWE Hall of Famer Paul Ellering and NXT Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain walking in from outside. Nigel hypes the Triple Threat at NXT Women’s Champion Asuka is shown entering the building. Rosenberg is more excited for the main event as we see NXT Champion Bobby Roode entering the building. Nigel talks about tonight’s WWE UK Title match and Rosenberg predicts Asuka will retain.

Back from a break and we see Hideo Itami and Bobby Roode backstage warming up.

NXT Title Match: Hideo Itami vs. Bobby Roode

We go to the ring and out first comes Hideo Itami to a pop. The latest “Glorious” entrance starts up as NXT Champion Bobby Roode makes his way out to a pop.

We get formal ring introductions from Hamilton before the match. Hideo goes for an early GTS but Roode scrambles and retreats to the floor. Back and forth after Roode comes back in. Itami takes control with a headlock. Roode gets out but misses a chop in the corner. Itami with a chop of his own. Itami takes Roode to another corner and delivers chops. Itami with a running knee to the gut and a kick to the back. Itami with a kick to the chest. Itami stands tall for a pop.

Itami mocks Roode some and angers him. Roode charges but Itami keeps control. Itami works Roode over in the corner now. Roode runs into boots. Roode counters a DDT from the top. Roode goes to the second rope and nails a Blockbuster for a 2 count. Roode keeps control and nails a shot to the throat. Roode works Itami over in the corner now. Roode whips Itami to the opposite corners with clotheslines. Roode with a neckbreaker for a 2 count. Roode keeps Itami grounded now.

Itami fights up and out but Roode charges with a knee to the gut. Hideo blocks a neckbreaker and backslides Roode for 2. Roode comes right back with a clothesline. Roode shows off to a mixed reactions. Roode taunts Itami as he tries to get up. Itami gets up and smacks Roode hard in the face. Roode comes back with a knee. Itami with a kick. They go at and Itami nails a running kick to the face.

Itami with a clothesline and another. Itami ducks a clothesline and unloads with kicks. Hideo with a suplex. Roode runs into boots again. Itami uses the top turnbuckle to drop Roode’s neck over the rope. Itami comes off the top for another close 2 count. Roode blocks the GTS and sends Itami to the corner. Itami keeps control with strikes to the shoulder. Roode ducks a kick but can’t get the roll up. Itami turns that into an arm bar but Roode escapes. Roode ducks a kick and goes for the big DDT but Itami rams him into the corner. Itami with kicks in the corner now. More back and forth now. Roode misses a Blockbuster and lands hard. Itami plants Roode with a Falcon Arrow for another close 2 count.

Itami with more kicks to the chest. Itami unloads with kicks as the referee warns him. Itami runs the ring but Roode catches him in a spinebuster for a 2 count. Roode readies for the Glorious DDT but Itami blocks it. Itami goes for the GTS but Roode goes to the apron. Roode drops Itami over the top rope. Roode brings it to the floor and slams Itami into the barrier. Roode talks some trash and Itami counters, sending Roode shoulder-first into the steel steps. Itami charges with a dropkick but Roode misses and Itami dropkicks the steel steps. The referee checks on both Superstars. Roode clutches his shoulder and Itami clutches his knee.

Roode gets up first as the referee counts. Roode stumbles around but makes it into the ring. Itami makes it in at the 8 count. They trade shots in the middle of the ring now. Itami unloads and sends Roode into the corner. Itami with the big hesitation dropkick. Itami calls for the GTS but his leg goes out and Roode slides out. Roode hits the Glorious DDT but Itami kicks out. Itami scoops Roode and nails the GTS for a big pop. Roode falls out of the ring. Itami quickly tries to get Roode back in for the pin. A brief CM Punk chant broke out. Itami rolls Roode back into the ring but he kicks out at 2.

Hideo picks Roode up for another GTS but Roode turns it into a pin attempt but Itami gets the 2 count instead. They tangle and Itami blocks the Glorious DDT with strikes. Itami drops Roode with slaps. Itami drops his knee pad and the crowd pops. Itami goes for the GTS but it’s blocked. Roode with the Glorious DDT. Roode keeps it locked and hits another Glorious DDT for the pin.

Winner: Bobby Roode

After the match, Roode stands tall with the title as his music hits. We go to replays. We come back to Roode posing in the corner with the title.

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Lisa
May 22nd, 2017

Hideo Itami will enter TakeOver: Chicago intent not just on dethroning Bobby Roode as NXT Champion, but on showing the world why he deserves to be considered one of the very best.

The main-event opportunity has been a long time coming for the hard-hitting Superstar, a seeming inevitability delayed for years by untimely injuries. Itami’s rise up the ranks in NXT has been stymied since his widely publicized signing in 2014, with the latest setback occurring last fall.

That helps explain the dangerous sense of urgency with which Itami has operated since returning last month to confront (and put to sleep) The Glorious One. Focused on making up for lost time, Itami demolished Kona Reeves in his first bout back on WWE Network on May 3, then prevailed over a gutsy Roderick Strong in a closely fought No. 1 Contender’s Match on May 10.

It was Roode’s claim that nobody belongs in “his” NXT that seemingly drew Itami’s ire in the first place. Arrogant and brash though he might be, Roode has backed up his big words when the time comes. Still, Itami turned out Roode’s lights with his soporific strike, the Go-To-Sleep, once before. Can the Japanese Superstar do the same in Chicago and claim NXT’s top prize in the process? Or will the era of The Glorious One continue to reign?

Watch NXT Champion Bobby Roode defend against Hideo Itami tonight at NXT TakeOver: Chicago, live on the award-winning WWE Network at 8 ET/5 PT.

Source: WWE.Com

Lisa
May 18th, 2017

We go to earlier today, as Bobby Roode walks to Full Sail and his baggage caddy is yelled at for walking too slowly. He tells the man to hurry up as we go to the NXT intro.

Back from break, commentary hypes the NXT Championship match at Takeover as Bobby Roode defends against Hideo Itami. Suddenly…

Roode and Itami face off before TakeOver: Chicago

“GLORIOUS, NO I WON’T GIVE IN, I WON’T GIVE IN TILL I’M VICTORIOUS, AND I WILL DEFEND, I WILL DEFEND”

The NXT Champion makes his way to the ring, clearly with a mission in mind. He gets a microphone, Bobby says everywhere he goes people are talking about Hideo Itami. Bobby says Hideo has knocked a couple of people out and may have broken a jaw or two along the way. A few weeks ago, Hideo Itami knocked him out with a GTS in the middle of the ring. Roode says he can admit it. Bobby says he was minding his own business in a $5,000 custom made suit, like the one he is wearing tonight. Itami was completely unprovoked when he did that.

Bobby says that will never ever ever happen again. The difference between what happened on that night and what will happen at NXT Takeover Chicago. Bobby says he will not be in the middle of the ring in his $5,000 suit. He will be in his boots and gear and he will beat and embarrass him. He will make Hideo and example. Bobby brings up Hideo’s career in NXT. He keeps getting hurt. Bobby says he didn’t even know that Hideo was employed.

Bobby asks to think about his track record and how he has taken the NXT brand to heights it has never seen before. Hideo will have to go home to his wife and kids and tell them that he failed again. This time, you failed because of the NXT Champion Bobby Roode.

Hideo Itami’s music plays and he makes his way to the stage and the ring.

William Regal tries to stop him and security comes to the ramp and hold their arms out to tell Itami not to do anything to Roode.

Itami goes through security like a bad defensive line and he takes Roode down with a double leg take down. Itami attacks security and gives one of them a GTS. Itami gives a second member of security a GTS. Itami stares down the third member of security and Roode attacks Itami from behind but Itami with a GTS for Roode. Hideo stands tall over the NXT Champion as the show comes to a close.

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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

“GLORIOUS, I WON’T GIVE IN, I WON’T GIVE IN TILL I’M VICTORIOUS, AND I WILL DEFEND, I WILL DEFEND”

Bobby Roode opens the show

The crowd sings along to the music as Bobby Roode makes his way down to the ring.

In Ring Segment- Bobby Roode

Roode gets a microphone, and asserts that for the second year in a row, he made Wrestlemania weekend simply GLORIOUS. Roode says for the second year in a row he made WrestleMania week simply glorious. He single-handedly sold out the Amway Center. 15 thousand people were there because of him. He gave those 15 thousand people a treat. They got to witness him snuff out the last little flickering star that was in NXT. He gave the fans the treat of a lifetime, and during that night he snuffed out the last flickering star of the old NXT. He proved once again that the fate and the future of this brand is in his control. The transformation of Bobby Roode’s NXT and his Glorious Era was finally complete.

That is, until last week when he had to sit at home and watch Shinsuke Nakamura walk into MY ring. Every NXT Superstar walked down and gave him applause, and you all sang his song and clapped…the crowd starts singing Nakamura’s theme to affirm this, as he points out we didn’t see him, the champ, standing there. Why wasn’t he there? Because he wasn’t gonna stand there and listen to the crap coming out of Shinsuke’s mouth. He didn’t leave NXT…at Takeover, I defeated him for the second consecutive time and retain my NXT Championship, and beat him so bad he had no choice but to leave! It made him sick to listen to the crowd cheer for Shinsuke when Roode is the champ. None of you people deserve to be in my NXT, none of the people in the back belong in my NXT. From here on out, you can either jump on board and be a part of Bobby Roode’s NXT, or you can hit the bricks just like Shinsuke Nakamura did!

Hideo Itami’s music hits as he makes his way down tot he ring. The crowd chants his name as Itami stares Roode down. Roode taunts him, stepping forward…and takes a slap to the face by Itami as a result! The crowd chants “ONE MORE TIME” as Bobby is angry, setting his title and jacket down and rolling up his sleeves. Bobby yells at Itami, and ends up walking right into a GTS! Itami stands tall over the champion as we get a replay of what just happened. Itami picks up the NXT Championship, looking at it before dropping it, leaving the ring and walking up the ramp.

Back from break, officials are checking on Bobby Roode in the ring as we get another replay of the slap from Hideo Itami followed by the GTS. Roode stumbles around the ring as the crowd chants “Bobby are you okay?” Roode is finally getting back to his feet, looking more than a little annoyed and confused.

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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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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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The Glorious One

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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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Jun 9th: Derby, England
Jun 10th: Derby, England
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Jun 16th: BALTIMORE, MD
Jun 17th: POUGHKEEPSIE, NY
Jun 22nd: COCOA, FL
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Jun 29th: ST. PETERSBURG, FL
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July 12th: NXT Taping: WINTER PARK, FL
July 13th: VANCOUVER, BC
July 14th: ST AUGUSTINE, FL
July 14th: SEATTLE, WA
July 15th: PORTLAND, OR
July 21st: DAYTONA BEACH, FL
July 22nd: TAMPA, FL
July 24th: WWE PERFORMANCE CENTER: ALL ACCESS: WINTER PARK, FL
July 28th: CRYSTAL RIVER, FL
Aug 3rd: ORLANDO, FL
Aug 4th: OCALA, FL
Aug 12th: VENICE, FL
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