WWE Superstar Bobby Roode recently did an interview with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated just after making his main roster debut on SmackDown Live since dropping his NXT Title to Drew McIntyre at NXT Takeover. “The Glorious One” discussed one of the highlights of his run with TNA and how joining NXT brought his passion for the business back. Check out what he had to say here:
Being able to work with two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Ric Flair in TNA, and Ric Flair and Jay Lethal’s segment:
“That moment with Ric was such a great moment. In that particular moment, I didn’t keep a straight face. I don’t think anyone in that ring kept a straight face. If you thought we did, it was just good editing by the camera crew.”
NXT bringing back his passion for the business:
“NXT brought my passion back. I got the chance to work with all the coaches down at the Performance Center, and I was able to pick Triple H’s brain, too. Also, working with Shawn Michaels was amazing. He’s been very supportive of me, and extremely helpful.”
You can check out Roode’s full interview with Sports Illustrated by visiting this link here.