WWE News: Bobby Roode talks about the current state of his WWE career and building confidence in WWE
What’s the story?
Smackdown Live superstar Bobby Roode recently joined Sam Roberts on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast, where he discussed the current state of his WWE career and how he has been building confidence at this point of his career.
In case you didn’t know…
At the age of 40, Bobby Roode still remains as one of the hardest working superstars in the WWE and is also one of the top superstars on Smackdown Live. Roode, who got his main roster earlier this year, is a former NXT Champion and currently has the chance of winning his first championship on the main roster, the United States Title.
The heart of the matter
During his interaction with Roberts; Roode said that ever since his call-up to Smackdown Live he has been on three international tours and has had only one weekend off. “The Glorious One” also stated that this is the most consistent schedule he has ever worked in his career but claimed that he has been mentally and physically prepared for this and is having fun in performing in such a hectic schedule.
Additionally, Roode said that at this point in his career it is all about gaining more confidence in his abilities. The former NXT Champion also believes that the beauty of this business is that keeps changing all the time and superstars have to push themselves in order to get better.
“For me, it’s just having that confidence in my ability and having good matches, good performances, and coming back to the curtain and being proud of something.”- Roode stated.
Bobby Roode currently finds himself in position to capture the WWE US Championship as part of the US Title tournament which began earlier this week on Smackdown Live. Roode has advanced to the second round of the tournament after defeating Baron Corbin this week and “The Glorious One” will look to continue to score as many wins as possible and become the new United States Champion.
There is absolutely no doubt that Bobby Roode is definitely one of the hardest working performers in the WWE today and even at the age of 40 the former TNA World Champion is capable enough of pulling off some of the best matches.