Bobby Roode made his official NXT in-ring ebut yesterday at the Download Festival in Leicestershire’s Donnington Park. .@REALBobbyRoode has shown up unexpectedly at #NXTDownload!!! What does he have up his sleeve? pic.twitter.com/dhMBkE1XpU — WWE NXT (@WWENXT) June 11, 2016 The 12-year TNA vet beat Angelo Dawkins in as singles match. Roode, a 9-time TNA champion, is expected...
Well, things just got a little more interesting. TNA Wrestling has lost not only one former wrestling great, but two as both Bobby Roode and Eric Young have asked for their releases from the company and will essentially become free agents in this business. There is too much talent for both wrestlers to be working in another promotion post hast – whether it is in Japan, ROH or potentially...
The “It Factor” Bobby Roode has his sights set on another world championship and it looks like he’s going after the Global Force Wrestling title on July 24, at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas. #GFWVegas
TNA Wrestling is facing a familiar crisis. A new report suggests that Impact Wrestling may be homeless come this fall as Destination America has reportedly exercised its option to cancel Impact Wrestling programming by the end of September 2015.
While watching the segment between Triple H and Ric Flair from Raw on Monday night, I was reminded just how good the rivalry was between the “Nature Boy” and “The Icon” during their wars in WCW.
The WWE did exactly what it needed to do last week on Monday Night Raw – it stood up and delivered three hours of solid programming. Maybe this is becoming a trend – like wrestling programs are supposed to do that on a weekly basis.
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