Bobby Roode Net Worth

February 7, 2024
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Born Robert Roode Jr. on the 11th May 1977 in Scarborough, Ontario Canada, Bobby is a professional wrestler, best known for being a six-time TNA World Tag Team Champion, and also the twice TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Roode is currently competing in the WWE.

Have you ever wondered how rich Bobby Roode is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Roode’s net worth is as high as $1.5 million, an amount earned through his successful wrestling career, which started in 1998.


Bobby Roode Net Worth $1.5 Million


Bobby Roode started training in wrestling in his hometown in Ontario, where Sean Morley and Shane Sewell tried to get him in shape before he turned pro. Roode made his debut in 1998 as “Total” Lee Awesome in a fight against Pete Rock, while soon after, he worked for the Puerto Rican promotion called World Wrestling Council (WWC).

In 2001, Bobby began working for the Real Action Wrestling, while from 2001 to 2004, he performed for the World Wrestling Federation, which he left to join Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in 2004, and also joined Team Canada at the World X-Cup. Team Canada broke up in 2006, and Roode chose Traci Brooks as his new manager and then competed for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at Slammiversary, but wasn’t successful.

In June 2008, Roode and James Storm (Beer Money, Inc.) challenged The Latin American Xchange for the TNA World Tag Team Championship title and won. They later defended their title against The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) at Turning Point 2008, but lost it in January 2009 to Lethal and Creed. However, the duo regained the title only a few days later before losing it again; this time at Lockdown 2009, to Team 3D. The Beer Money’s TV time was quite reduced in 2010 when Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff took over TNA. Bobby Roode challenged the TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle, but Angle defeated him in October 2011.

The following November, Roode finally won the TNA World Heavyweight Champions title after defeating his former teammate James Storm, and then he defended the belt against A.J. Styles. Bobby was a champion for a record 256 days before Austin Aries beat him in July 2012. From 2013 to 2015, Roode tried to regain the title but wasn’t successful, while in September 2015, he won the TNA King of the Mountain Championship. The Beer Money reunited in January 2016 when Storm came back to help Roode defeat Eric Young and Bram, but in March 2016, Roode departed TNA after 12 years.

In June 2016, Bobby returned to the WWE in a match against Angelo Dawkins that resulted in his victory, while in January 2017, he became the oldest NXT champion in WWE history after defeating Shinsuke Nakamura. Most recently, Roode lost the title to Hideo Itami but then regained it at NXT TakeOver: Chicago.

Regarding his personal life, Bobby Roode has been married to Tracy since 1995, and has three sons with her.

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