He has fueded as a solo wrestler (TNA), as a member of The Kardinal Sinners (R.A.W. -Real Action Wrestling) and as a member of Team Canada (TNA) against these people:
Joe E. Legend - The Kardinal Sinners (R.A.W.)
Mike Hughes - The Kardinal Sinners (R.A.W.)
Jason Bates - The Kardinal Sinners (R.A.W.)
Team USA - Team Canada (TNA)
America's Most Wanted - Team Canada (TNA)
3-Live Krew - Team Canada (TNA)
Dustin Rhodes - Team Canada (TNA)
Ron Killings - Team Canada (TNA)
Team 3-D - Team Canada (TNA)
Rhino - Team Canada (TNA)
Eric Young - Robert Roode (TNA)
Roode has had 2 managers in TNA. They are Scott D'Amore and Ms. Brooks (who is his manager currently).
He is a former two-time NWA Tag Team champ with former Team Canada member Eric Young.
Before he became a pro-wrestler, he was a hockey player.
He is a former heavyweight champ for several indy promotions.
NWA Shockwave Cyberspace: (1)
BCW Can-Am: (1)
He is a former 2 time NWA-TNA Tag Champ with Eric Young.
Roode based his heel persona off of a cross between Ric Flair and Curt Hennig.
During his time in Team Canada, he was known as "The Canadian Enforcer."
Roode made his TNA debut in May of 2004.
Before joining TNA, Roode wrestled in Real Action Wrestling in 2001.
In the WWE, he wrestled as a jobber for them in 2001 and 2004.
He uses the Perfect-Plex, the late Curt Hennig's finisher as his finisher.
His version is called The Pay-off.
Robert was trained by Sean Morley (Val Venis) and Shawn Sewell.
He made his pro debut in 1998.
Roode is 6 ft. tall and weighs 230 lbs.
Robert Roode: It pays to be Roode!