Source: The Mirror
The Mirror has an interview with TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode, here are some highlights:
Impact needing to go on the road: "Obviously, I'm not the man who pays the bills; I'm not the wallet, so to speak, But in order for us to take that one step further I think it's a necessity for us to step away from Orlando and do our television tapings elsewhere in the country."
If Ric Flair is gone from TNA: "I believe so. I think just the name, having that legendary name around was beneficial. But I don't think it is going to hurt us, we have a lot of talent. I think Impact Wrestling can stand on its own without Ric Flair but its always nice to have a guy like that around. He has always been a pro. He's a fun guy to be around."
Scott Steiner's Twitter rants: "Scott's Scott. He's a good friend of mine so I can't speak bad of Scott. He's a character. Obviously he has some ill feelings to certain people but those are his own personal issues and don't involve me. I don't believe I have any enemies in the business and I want to keep it that way."
Impact going live: "It's huge - a win win situation for all of us, fans and those of us in the company. When you go live, anything can happen. It excites me because it means I have to be on. When the camera's on whatever happens, happens. And I'm sure that anticipation applies across the board in the locker room, too. Everyone feels the same way."
Roode also spoke about teaming with James Storm, Chris Jericho's suspension, returning to the U.K. and more. You can check out the full article by clicking here.