Could Roode Rule TNA Once More?

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    256 days. That is how long Bobby Roode sat at the top of TNA Wrestling. Bobby Roode walked into IMPACT and took the World Title from James Storm in October of 2011. He took on all comers for nearly a year, before losing the title in the Summer of 2012 to Austin Aries. Since the night he lost that title, Roode has been working hard - harder than ever before in his illustrious career. It takes a lot to call yourself the World Champion and he was determined to do so again.

    Last month, he got a shot at the belt again when he faced off against Lashley in a thrilling main event at TNA's No Surrender in New York City. Roode gave Lashley all he could handle and vice-versa. For months, Lashley has run through all comers with relative ease - earning his nickname, The Destroyer, in the process. It seemed he may be untouchable. That was, until he met up with Bobby Roode.

    In that match, Roode proved to be the toughest challenge yet for the TNA Champion. He even became the first man to kick-out of Lashley's deadly Spear. However, towards the end of the match, something went wrong. It appeared that Roode had injured his knee. As he limped on, he attempted a Roode Bomb and that's when his knee buckled. It was that moment that allowed Lashley to take advantage and put Roode away.

    One month later, the stage is set for an epic second match between the two warriors. If Roode's knee is healed, how will he match up against Lashley this time? It seems hard to believe that anyone could defeat the Destroyer but, after watching his courageous effort in the face of injury, we believe that Roode could be the only man left that has a shot at conquering Lashley.

    Whatever happens in the ring on Wednesday night, we are the clear winners. Watching two dangerous men like Bobby Roode and TNA World Heavyweight Champion Lashley is a treat for all of us. This will be a night for the ages.

    Wednesday, October 29th on Spike TV, IMPACT will be headlined by Lashley and Bobby Roode for the World Heavyweight Championship. Make sure you're watching!

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