WILW: Glorious

That, ladies and gentlemen, is how you make an entrance. Bobby Roode, long time TNA veteran, made his long awaited in-ring debut for WWE at NXT Takeover: Brooklyn II. And what a debut it was. Roode, the heel of the match who the previous week or so insulted the fans and talked about how much better he was than they are, entered to a sold out crowd of 15,000 singing his entrance song. It was a truly amazing moment for Roode and well deserved. He is main roster ready and should be up sooner than later. He is the heel WWE needs now. The big money, brash guy who can back it up in the ring. He is ready-made to lead a stable and be a big time player in WWE. Plus, I mean, damn that song is great. Check out the video above and hit the one below for the #gloriousbomb videos Johnny Gargano and Tommaso Ciampa have been doing. They are pretty damn funny. I could go for a stable with the three of them on Smackdown. Make it happen. 

Dan Ryan

Dan Ryan was once the most feared and respected luchador in the world until the "Great DDT Disaster of '85" where Dan unfortunately DDT'd his opponent so hard into the ground that he opened a gate to the underworld that let unholy things into this world. After that, Dan refused to wrestle anymore but he's found new life writing and talking about his favorite hobbies here at Geekade. He pens the weekly Why I Love Wrestling series, co-hosts The Stone Age Gamer Podcast, expertly pairs video games with beer, and much, much more. Dan is a personality that Geekade simply would not be the same without.

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