Source: Sports Illustrated
SI.com has a new interview with Bobby Roode for their Week In Wrestling feature. Below are a couple of highlights:
"That's a really tough question. Obviously AJ Styles is one, Seth Rollins is another guy that's really good, and I've always been a big fan of Dolph Ziggler's work. I think he's amazing, and I would love the opportunity to work with him. It's so hard to pick just three guys. Being in the WWE and having a look at the roster of NXT, Smackdown, and Raw, there are just a plethora of guys I would love to do some stuff with. But if I have to give you three names, it's AJ, Seth, and Dolph."
His transition to NXT and Triple H's guidance:
"Triple H is very hands-on and approachable. My whole 'Glorious' song is because of Triple H. Before I even signed my contract, we discussed what I wanted to do and what he felt like I could do. It's been a real joy working for him.
"There were nerves, but at the same time, I was confident. All I wanted was an opportunity. Triple H was willing to give me that opportunity. Here I am, six months after I signed my contract, and I'm now a part of my second Takeover and in my hometown – and it's been a lot of fun."
Roode also discussed facing Tye Dillinger at NXT: Takeover this Saturday, Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg, his run in TNA and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.