Bobby Roode

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Bobby Roode
Roode in April 2018
Birth nameRobert Francis Roode Jr.
Born (1976-05-11) May 11, 1976 (age 48)[1]
Peterborough, Ontario, Canada[2]
Spouse(s)
Tracey Roode (m. 1995)
Children3
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Bobby Roode[2][3]
Bobby Rude[2]
Lee Awesome[2]
Robert Roode[4]
Rudy Rude
Billed height6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)[4]
Billed weight235 lb (107 kg)[4]
Billed fromToronto, Ontario, Canada[4]
Trained byScott D'Amore[2]
Shane Sewell[2]
Val Venis[2]
DebutJune 19, 1998[5]

Robert "Bobby" Francis Roode Jr.[6] (born May 11, 1976)[1] is a Canadian professional wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE, where he is a producer.[7] As an active wrestler in the WWE, he became a one-time NXT, United States and WWE 24/7 Champion, and a three-time Tag Team Champion (two reigns as Raw Tag Team Champion with Chad Gable and Dolph Ziggler and one as SmackDown Tag Team Champion with Ziggler).

He is also known for his 12-year run for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. He was a member of the stable Team Canada, and the tag team Beer Money, Inc., along with James Storm. Together they are five-time TNA World Tag Team Champions and the longest reigning champions in TNA history. As a singles wrestler, Roode is a two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion, with his first reign being the second longest reign in the company's history at 256 days.

Championships and accomplishments[change | change source]

Roode as TNA World Heavyweight Champion
Roode is an eight-time (six TNA and two NWA) World Tag Team Champion in TNA

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