Bobby Roode Quotes

Bobby Roode Quotes.

Triple H is very hands-on and approachable. My whole 'G

Triple H is very hands-on and approachable. My whole ‘Glorious’ song is because of Triple H. Before I even signed my contract, we discussed what I wanted to do and what he felt like I could do. It’s been a real joy working for him.
Bobby Roode
I think timing is everything. I have no regrets in my career. I’ve been able to make a name for myself and build my own brand.
Bobby Roode
I study a lot of tapes. I have a passion for the business, and I’ve always wanted to be the best ever since I got in the business. I have a love for this sport and just want to be the best in it.
Bobby Roode
I’ve always been about learning. No matter how long I’ve been in the business or where I’ve been in a company, I’ve always wanted to continue to learn.
Bobby Roode
At the end of the day, when I hang up my boots for the last time, I hope I have the respect from the other wrestlers and fans alike who enjoyed my matches and thought that I was one of the best.
Bobby Roode
I just like being me, and whether the people love me or hate me, that’s their own prerogative.
Bobby Roode
I got into this business for one reason, and I stayed in this business for one reason: To be the World Heavyweight Champion. I think if you are in professional wrestling, and you don’t have that dream or aspire to be the best and carry that World Heavyweight Championship, then you are in the wrong business.
Bobby Roode
When you go live, anything can happen. It excites me because it means I have to be on. When the camera’s on, whatever happens happens.
Bobby Roode
I obviously wanted to keep wrestling and stay in the business. The opportunity came up with WWE, and it’s been an incredible experience.
Bobby Roode
That’s the beautiful thing about the WWE Universe: everybody has an opinion, and everybody can cheer and boo.
Bobby Roode
As far as memories go, I was around for the very first WrestleMania. I was a young kid upstairs at my uncle’s restaurant in a change room or staff room watching it, I think, illegally, on a black and white television.
Bobby Roode
The one thing I’ve learned in sports entertainment is that nothing is for certain, and you never say never.
Bobby Roode
The more wrestling companies that are out there, the more chance of people being able to support their families and live their dreams.
Bobby Roode
I’m not a political guy; I really don’t care a lot about politics. I never have and probably never will.
Bobby Roode
Wherever my career takes me, whether it be ‘moving up to the main roster’ or staying in NXT doing what I’m doing now, I’m quite content having my passion back for this business and doing what I love to do.
Bobby Roode
Austin Aries is a guy that has been the longest-reigning ‘X Division’ champion, has proven himself all over the world before he even got to TNA, and is well-respected in the industry, so I think he’s a guy to look out for and I look forward to working with.
Bobby Roode
The WWE is the be-all and end-all of sports entertainment. They just do things right.
Bobby Roode
People will come up to me at live events or wherever and have me sign Canadian flags or the old ‘Team Canada’ shirt and have me talk about those days back in ‘Team Canada,’ so it’s a moment that I’m proud of.
Bobby Roode
I think Impact Wrestling can stand on its own without Ric Flair, but it’s always nice to have a guy like that around.
Bobby Roode
We’re social media-driven now, the social media team is huge in WWE. It really helps expand our brand.
Bobby Roode
When I started here, I didn’t really have prior plans. I just wanted to be part of WWE, to get the opportunity to show what I can do.
Bobby Roode
At the end of the day, wrestling is one big, happy, dysfunctional family.
Bobby Roode
Being in the WWE is special; NXT was a great experience: being the champion and the face of the company was amazing.
Bobby Roode
I’m a lot more focused on character development and showing more of my character’s emotions and persona inside the ring rather than just going move after move after move.
Bobby Roode
Austin Aries, A.J. Styles, and Samoa Joe are all super talented, and all three of them have earned everything they’ve gotten.
Bobby Roode
To me, I think I’ve always carried that type of WWE style with me throughout my career, even before I got here, so the transition hasn’t been that difficult. I’ve been enjoying the transition, to be honest with you, because in my opinion, this business evolves all the time, and it changes all the time.
Bobby Roode
If there was a dream match I could do, it would definitely be in a match against Curt Hennig. I think, growing watching him, I have hours and hours and hours of footage of ‘Mr. Perfect’ Curt Hennig and just studied his stuff for years.
Bobby Roode
I don’t follow the UFC as closely as some of my peers do. Obviously, Conor McGregor is a super talented guy. He is the best at what he does; he’s a huge personality.
Bobby Roode
There are a lot of guys in those SmackDown and Raw locker rooms that, given the opportunity, I’d love to have matches with, tell stories with, and do stuff with.
Bobby Roode
There’s always new things to learn and new ways to do things. My eyes and my ears are always open, and I’m always looking for advice.
Bobby Roode
Obviously, I was fortunate enough in my first WWE experience was to be at WrestleMania in Dallas. That itself was pretty incredible, just to meet everybody and to get familiar with the NXT guys.
Bobby Roode
With social media, you take the good and the bad of it. You have to make the most of the opportunities. You can use social media to your benefit to expand your character and gets eyes on you and what you’re doing.
Bobby Roode
I was in TNA for over a dozen years. I had a great run there – I had a great career – but obviously, WWE has always been the be-all, end-all of sports entertainment. Until you get there and experience it on a personal level, you just don’t know.
Bobby Roode
For the Robert Roode character, wrestling is kind of secondary, and money is his main priority.
Bobby Roode