Bobby Roode made his pro wrestling debut in the 90s. In 2004, Roode joined Impact Wrestling and he had a legendary career in the promotion. He then joined WWE NXT in 2016 as Robert Roode. He was presented as a top guy on the brand at the time. However, the management didn’t see him as a star on the main roster.
Today, Robert Roode posted a photo on Instagram and stated that he had undergone another neck fusion surgery at the Andrews Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center in Birmingham Alabama.
“Another trip around the sun and another trip to Birmingham Alabama.
Quite a way to celebrate my birthday lol. Had a C4/5 cervical fusion to go along with the C5/6 fusion back in November.
Most importantly it was a success thanks to the man himself Dr Andy Cordover and the first class staff here at @andrews_sports_medicine
Big thank you @deneane__17 for being my rock throughout this entire process. It’s been a challenging year to say the least ❤️
Road to recovery part 2! 💪”
It seems like fans have to wait much longer to see Robert Roode on WWE television.
We wish him a fast and full recovery. Stay tuned with The Spotlight for more news.