Bobby Roode won the NXT Championship once, the 24/7 Championship, the United States Championship and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship while winning the Raw Tag Team Championship twice.
He is best remembered for his stints in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling between 2004 and 2016, where he won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship twice, the TNA King of the Mountain Championship once, and the TNA World Tag Team Championship six times. Championship. His first reign with the TNA World Heavyweight Championship, which lasted 256 days is the longest in the title's history.
Raised in Peterborough, Ontario, he attended Kenner College H.S. and becomes an assistant to the Ontario Hockey League's Peterborough Petes, the team of future ice hockey champions such as Tie Domi, Mike Ricci and Chris Pronger.
In the same city he later took wrestling lessons from coaches Sean Morley and Shane Sewell and, after a year of training, under the ring name of Lee Awesome he made his debut in June 1998 against Pete Rock.
He later worked for various Canadian wrestling promotions and also appeared in the Puerto Rican promotion, the World Wrestling Council, before participating in the WWE Dark Matches and having, in 2004, the opportunity to sign a contract with TNA.
Bobby and his wife Tracy have three sons: Bobby III, Riley and Nicholas.