Tag Archives: Bobby Roode
TNA Wrestling announced this evening that Bobby Roode will take on James Storm in a Last Man Standing Match at the December 30th TNA One Night Only: Old School pay-per-view taping at the Mid-Hudson Civic Centre in Poughkeepsie, New York. Already announced for the event is Bully Ray vs. Tommy Dreamer in a Falls Count Continue Reading »
TNA Wrestling have an article up on their official website providing medical updates on talents following last night’s TNA Bound For Glory pay-per-view. The article notes that new TNA World Heavyweight Champion AJ Styles will be evaluated by his doctor in Georgia later in the week after Styles sustained rib cartilage damage following his match Continue Reading »
Thursday night, TNA announced five new matches for the Slammiversary PPV on June 2, including A.J. Styles vs. Kurt Angle. TNA also announced a stipulation for the Bully Ray vs. Sting World Title match – if Sting loses, he cannot wrestle for the TNA Title again. Updated Slammiversary PPV line-up – TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Continue Reading »
In an interview with SLAM! Wrestling, TNA Impact Wrestling superstar Bobby Roode discusses the company’s decision to take their tapings on the road, his recent contract issues with the company and much more. On the recent contract issues: “Honestly with the TNA situation, a lot of it had to do with the visa paperwork and Continue Reading »
The 2 out of 3 falls match for the TNA Tag Team Championships. Dixie Carter announced via her social media platforms that Bobby Roode & Austin Aries defending their TNA Tag Team Championships against Hernandez & Chavo Guerrero in a 2 out of 3 falls match will open this week’s show.
Speaking through his official Twitter account, TNA Impact Wrestling superstar Bobby Roode discussed the company leaving the Impact Zone and noted that he worked the opening match at the venue back in 2004 and at last night’s pay-per-view tapings, he worked the closing match at the venue. Leaving Impact Zone for final time. I wrestled Continue Reading »
TNA Wrestling commentator Hector Guerrero noted during the Spanish-speaking broadcast of last night’s TNA Impact Wrestling that the company have entered into a partnership with World Wrestling League in Puerto Rico and noted that the company would be sending talent to their shows starting with the April 21st event in San Juan, Puerto Rico. TNA Continue Reading »
TNA Wrestling sent out the following: IMPACT WRESTLING is going on the road and bringing the excitement of live TV to fans around the world. However things aren’t always easy on the Superstars. Bobby Roode takes a moment to talk about growing into the Stardom of IMPACT WRESTLING as well as all of the things Continue Reading »
- In an update on Bobby Roode’s TNA Wrestling contract, the company had the option of renewing the final year of his deal before it expired but failed to do so and for a brief period made Roode a free agent, allowing him if he chose to speak to the WWE or any other company, Continue Reading »
TNA Tag Team Champion Bobby Roode is in San Antonio, Texas for tonight’s TNA LockDown pay-per-view and will be working the show. Roode and TNA Wrestling worked out the contract issues late last night.
The contract of former TNA World Heavyweight Champion and current TNA Tag Team Champion Bobby Roode recently expired, according to a report from Jason Powell of ProWrestling.Net, who note that this is the reason that Roode has not appeared on TNA Impact Wrestling television since the tapings in the United Kingdom. According to the report, Continue Reading »
The Big WrestleShark Show sent out the following: Bobby Roode recently spoke to The Big WrestleShark Show hosts Simon Cassidy and David Thomson. Highlights from the interview are below: How TNA has grown since its beginning: “Immensely. I mean we have Sting here now, Hulk Hogan, people that have come into this company over the Continue Reading »
Austin Aries & Bobby Roode defeated Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez at tonight’s TNA Impact Wrestling tapings at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester, England to become the new TNA Tag Team Champions. We’ll have full spoiler results from the two tapings on the site shortly.
From the official website of Impact Wrestling, here is their preview for tonight’s show: Tonight is a very special IMPACT WRESTLING broadcast on SpikeTV at 8/7c, as the entire world is invited to the wedding of Brooke Hogan and Bully Ray! If you can’t watch it Thursday night, make sure to set your DVR to Continue Reading »
Todd Keneley, Taz and Mike Tenay welcome us to TNA Genesis, live from the Impact Zone in Orlando, FL. They run down tonight’s championship matches, as Matt Morgan and Joey Ryan make their way out for the opening contest. Tag-Team Championship Match Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez (c’s) defeated Matt Morgan and Joey Ryan Singles Match Continue Reading »
Tonight on Impact, Kenny King defeated Zema Ion to advance to the finals of the X-Division Tournament. Kenny King will face Christian York this Sunday at Genesis, while the winner will face Rob Van Dam for the title later in the night. Also confirmed for Sunday’s PPV: TRIPLE THREAT MATCH FOR THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP Continue Reading »
The following is the official preview for tonight’s Impact Wrestling: – “The Icon” Sting is back – and his war for revenge against The Aces and Eights is just starting! Thanks to the Man In Black, is it the end of the Ace’s reign of destruction on IMPACT? What does Sting have planned for Thursday Continue Reading »
Tara & Jessie Godderz vs. Robbie E and a knockout of his choosing has been added to tonight’s TNA Impact Wrestling lineup. Also announced for the show is the return of the TNA Gut Check, Bully Ray addressing Hulk Hogan in regards to his suspension, Jeff Hardy & James Storm vs. Bobby Roode & Austin Continue Reading »
Following last night’s edition of Impact Wrestling, the following 2 matches have been confirmed for next week’s show. Tag Team Match Austin Aries & Bobby Roode vs. Jeff Hardy & ???. X-Division Tournament Match Zema Ion vs. Kenny King.
Following last night’s TNA Final Resolution pay-per-view going off the air, The Aces & Eights stood tall and celebrated their attacks as TNA officials checked on Jeff Hardy and Bobby Roode. Hardy was carried off to the back by officials, while Roode left under his own power.