Pro wrestling legend Bobby Roode has had a lot of success not only in the WWE, but in every other pro wrestling promotion he has worked for. Roode is mostly notably known for his 12-year tenure in IMPACT Wrestling/TNA Wrestling, where he is a 6-time TNA World Tag Team Champion, a one-time TNA King Of The Mountain Champion and a 2-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Bobby Roode would also become a 1-time WWE NXT Champion, a 1-time WWE U.S. Champion, a two-time WWE RAW Tag Team Champion with two different partners and a 1-time WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champion.
Despite his accomplishments, Roode has not competed in a match since June and with him being a Triple H guy and Triple H being in charge of WWE creative, it would only make sense that Roode would get the push fans expect him to receive, but unfortunately a return to in-ring action is not possible for him at the moment because it appears that Roode is injured and is not medically cleared to compete.
Roode recently took to his Instagram and revealed that he went to Birmingham, Alabama to undergo some sort of a procedure, but he did not provide more details on what went on in Alabama, though it can be seen on his post that he visited Southlake Orthopedics and one of the facilities he thanked on his Instagram post, Andrew Sports Medicine, works with injured athletes. Roode last competed for the WWE at a house show on June 25th against Omos.
You can check out Bobby Roode’s Instagram post below: