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RING NAME: RODERICK STRONG.
DATE OF BIRTH: JULY 25, 1983
BIRTH PLACE: EAU CLAIRE, WI
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BILLED WEIGHT: 200lbs
BILLED HEIGHT: 5 ft 10 inches
DEBUT: 2000

Christopher Lindsey is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Roderick Strong. He is currently signed to WWE, performing in its developmental territory NXT. Strong is best known for his 13-year tenure with Ring of Honor, where he was a one-time World Champion, two-time World Television Champion, and a one-time World Tag Team Champion with Austin Aries. He is also the second ROH Triple Crown Champion. Read More


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  2018/04/18
Behind the scenes of Undisputed ERA’s championship photo s...
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Undisputed ERA are all smiles as they pose with their trove of championship gold.

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  2018/04/08
NXT TakeOver: New Orleans Results – April 7, 2018
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Undisputed Era vs Authors of Pain vs Pete Dunne & Roderick Strong

It was a good night to be in The Undisputed ERA. Not only did Adam Cole reign as the first-ever NXT North American Champion in a hard-fought Ladder Match, but his faction’s initially depleted ranks were replenished with one fell swoop when Roderick Strong crossed the battle lines to help them retain the NXT Tag Team Titles and become, by proxy, the winner of the 2018 Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic.

That extra stipulation came about after The Undisputed ERA crashed the finals of the Classic this past week, thereby leading NXT General Manager William Regal to decree that the two interrupted teams — The Authors of Pain and Pete Dunne & Strong — would meet the champions at TakeOver: New Orleans in a winner-take-all Triple Threat Match. With Cole spelling the injured Bobby Fish at less than 100% (to put it lightly) after the bone-smashing Ladder Match that made him the inaugural NXT North American Champion, the bout was looking like a formality for the rampaging Authors of Pain.

Akam & Rezar seemed to seal The Undisputed ERA’s fate early on with a double powerbomb to Cole through the commentary table, but give Kyle O’Reilly credit for putting anything that moved into submissions — at one point he had Strong and Akam in two simultaneous holds … that is, until Rezar powerbombed Pete Dunne on top of O’Reilly to take him out of the battle entirely.

O’Reilly’s ousting brought the match down to the initial finalists of the Dusty Classic, though the lone NXT Tag Champion in the contest managed to make his presence felt at key moments. Unfortunately for everyone, the madcap pace of the contest made the competitors easy pickings for Pete Dunne, the brawling United Kingdom Champion who countered AOP’s power with joint manipulation and O’Reilly’s blistering strikes with some heavy hits and, finally, the Bitter End. That was when Strong made his move, breaking up the pinfall and blasting The Bruiserweight with the End of Heartache before throwing O’Reilly on top of his partner to hand Undisputed ERA the win.

After the bell, Strong made his intentions completely clear, donning an Undisputed ERA armband to pledge allegiance to the faction he had just helped carry to unprecedented glory. The move may earn him some raised eyebrows from the NXT Universe that had embraced Strong’s underdog mentality, true. But given his self-stated goal to win titles in NXT, it’s hard to argue that Strong hasn’t made the best decision of his career. The Undisputed ERA is now the team to beat, and Roderick Strong is a made man.

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  2018/04/05
NXT Results – April 4th, 2018
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Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne versus Akam and Rezar (with Paul Ellering) in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Finals

Strong and Akam start things off and Akam with a biel and kicks in the corner. Rezar tags in and he punches Strong. Strong with a chop and he avoids Rezar. Dunne tags in and they lock up. Rezar with knees and a front face lock as we go to commercial.

We are back and Akam tags in and he punches Dunne while Rezar holds Dunne. Dunne with punches but Akam with kicks. Akam with punches to Dunne and he applies a head lock while trapping the arm. Dunne gets to the ropes and he chops Akam. Dunne with punches but Akam sends him into the corner and connects with kicks. Rezar tags in and he kicks Dunne. Rezar with a forearm to the back followed by a kick for a near fall. Rezar with a knee to send Dunne to the mat. Akam tags in and he kicks Dunne and gets a near fall.

Rezar tags back in and Dunne with punches but Akam with a boot off the turnbuckles as Rezar hits a side slam and Rezar gets a near fall. Rezar with punches and he gets a near fall. Rezar with punches and he tags Akam back in. Akam with a kick to the head. Akam with another kick to the head. Akam looks at Strong and that allows Dunne to go to the hand and pull at the fingers. Dunne with kicks to the head but Akam keeps Dunne from making the tag.

Dunne with a flatline and Strong tags in. Strong with forearms to Rezar. Strong kicks Akam off the apron and then kicks Rezar. Strong with a series of running forearms but Rezar stays on his feet. Strong with a drop kick to send Rezar to the mat. Strong with a baseball slide to Akam. Strong with a running knee followed by an Olympic Slam for a near fall. Strong with a running knee into the corner and Dunne tags in. Strong with a running forearm followed by a running enzuigiri from Dunne. Dunne with a double stomp for a near fall.

Dunne with a boot to the head and he applies a triangle but Rezar picks Dunne up and Akam tags in and they hit a neck breaker and power bomb combination but Strong breaks up the cover. Rezar goes over the top rope when Strong ducks down. Strong makes the tag and Dunne with an enzuigiri followed by a Bitter End and Cloud 9 for a near fall. Strong with a jumping knee and Dunne with an enzugiiri to Akam and Rezar. Akam and Rezar with clotheslines to Dunne and Strong and all four men are down.

Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly go to the ring and attack all four men and the referee calls for the bell.

No Contest

Cole and Kyle attack Akam and Rezar and send them to the floor. Then they attack Dunne and Strong.

Cole and O’Reilly back up the ramp and William Regal’s music plays.

William says that is very smart. Due to Bobby Fish’s injury you think that if there is no winner, you won’t have to defend the tag titles at Takeover. That is not smart enough. At Takeover, it will be Undisputed Era versus Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne versus the Authors of Pain for the finals of the Dusty Rhodes Cup and the winner will be the NXT Tag Team Champions.

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  2018/04/05
NXT TakeOver: New Orleans Preview – NXT Tag Team Champions...
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By interfering in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Final between Roderick Strong & WWE U.K. Champion Pete Dunne and The Authors of Pain, Undisputed ERA may have thought they had schemed their way out of defending the NXT Tag Team Titles Saturday night at TakeOver: New Orleans.

They were wrong.

With Bobby Fish forced to sit out of TakeOver due to injury, some form of Undisputed ERA — either Kyle O’Reilly & Adam Cole as a unit or O’Reilly by himself — will face both Strong & Dunne and AOP in an NXT Tag Team Title Triple Threat Match that will also determine the winners of the 2018 Dusty Cup.

The unique predicament is the result of Cole & O’Reilly’s interference in the Dusty Cup Final on Wednesday’s NXT, which left the tournament without definitive victors. In response to their skullduggery, NXT General Manager William Regal ruled that Undisputed ERA would have to compete in a Triple Threat Match instead of the originally scheduled traditional tag team match.

Cole is already slated to compete in another bout Saturday night, the historic NXT North American Title Six-Man Ladder Match. When Cole & O’Reilly confronted Regal about his decision to fill up The Panama City Playboy’s dance card, the NXT GM offered Cole three options: Either wrestle in both championship tilts, leave O’Reilly to fend for himself against Strong & Dunne and AOP, or forfeit his spot in the Ladder Match.

Whatever choice The Panama City Playboy makes, Undisputed ERA’s path to title retention remains daunting. The Authors of Pain are one of the most dominant tandems to ever compete on the black-and-yellow brand, and though Strong & Dunne are a brand-new pairing, their remarkable performances in the Dusty Rhodes Classic prove they’re ready to compete with NXT’s elite teams.

Find out which duo will leave The Big Easy with the NXT Tag Team Titles this Saturday when NXT TakeOver: New Orleans streams live at 8 ET/5 PT, exclusively on the award-winning WWE Network.

 
  2018/03/29
NXT Results – March 28, 2018
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Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne versus Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young in a Dusty Rhodes Classic Semifinal Match

Strong and Wolfe start things off and they lock up. Strong with a waist lock into a front face lock. Wolfe backs Strong into the ropes and Strong with a side head lock and kick. Wolfe with a slam and Dunne gets in the ring along with Young. The referee sends Young and Dunne to the apron. Dunne and Young tag in and they lock up. Dunne with a wrist lock but Young with an Irish whip and he misses a splash into the corner. Dunne with a rollup for a nearfall. Dunne kicks the arm and all four men get in the ring and the referee tells Strong and Wolfe to go to the apron.

Dunne with a back elbow and he gets a near fall. Young with a forearm but Dunne with an Irish whip. Wolfe tags in as Young floats over. Young with an abdominal stretch and Wolfe with a kick followed by punches.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Young tags in. Wolfe with a gutbuster and Young with an elbow drop for a near fall. Young chokes Dunne in the ropes but Dunne with a forearm. Strong tags in and he kicks Young. Strong with shoulders in the corner followed by a chop. Dunne tags in and he chops Young. Strong with a back breaker and Dunne with a boot off the turnbuckles to the head for a near fall. Dunne with a hammer lock and then he hyperextends the other arm. Dunne with an Irish whip and he chops Young in the corner.

Dunne with punches and an Irish whip but Young with a Flair Flip and he connects with a shoulder and slides in but Dunne with a boot to the arm to stop Young from making the tag. Dunne with a double wrist lock but Young counters it into a suplex and both men are down. Strong and Wolfe tag in and they exchange punches. Strong with forearms but Wolfe misses a kick. Wolfe with a European uppercut and he gets Strong on his shoulders but Strong escapes and hits a knee. Wolfe with a belly-to-back suplex and then he hits a Death Valley Driver for a near fall.

Young tags in and Wolfe with a European uppercut and Young with a wheelbarrow neck breaker for a near fall. Dunne sends Wolfe to the floor but Wolfe with a forearm and he comes off the turnbuckles but Dunne with a punch. Young with a running neck breaker to Dunne but Strong is the legal man. Young goes up top and Strong stops him. Strong with a chop and Strong sets for a superplex but Young stops him and Strong is sent stomach first to the mat and Young with an elbow drop for a near fall.

Young discusses the referee’s count with the referee. Strong kicks Young and hits a half nelson back breaker for a near fall. Wolfe breaks up the cover and he avoids an enzuigiri from Dunne. Dunne lands on his feet on a suplex attempt. Strong with End of Heartache on Wolfe and then Dunne tags in and he gets the three count on Young.

Winners: Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne

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  2018/03/23
Roderick Strong’s insane conditioning routine WWE Perform...
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  2018/03/22
NXT Results: March 21, 2018
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Oney Lorcan and Danny Burch versus Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne in a Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic First Round Match

Lorcan and Strong start things off and they lock up. Strong with a take down and arm bar. Lorcan with a head scissors but Strong escapes and applies a chin lock with the legs trapped. Lorcan escapes and applies a wrist lock and tags in Burch. Burch with a wrist lock but Strong with a reversal and take down. Dunne tags in and he works on the wrist. Dunne takes Burch to the mat and works on the fingers. Dunne gets a near fall but Burch kips up and takes Dunne down with a leg sweep but misses a stomp. Burch grabs the leg on a leap frog attempt.

All four men get in the ring as we go to commercial.

We are back and Dunne works on Burch’s wrist and fingers. Dunne with a head lock and he gets a near fall. Dunne slaps Burch and pushes him into the corner. Strong tags in and he kicks Burch and follows with a back breaker for a near fall. Dunne tags in and they hit a double gourdbuster followed by a double chop for a near fall. Dunne with a wrist lock and a chop. Burch with a boot in the corner followed by a missile drop kick. Strong and Lorcan tag in and Lorcan with chops and Strong with forearms. Lorcan with boots and a drop kick followed by a running European uppercut for a near fall.

Lorcan with a clothesline for a near fall. Lorcan with a blockbuster for a near fall. Burch tags in and they try for a double suplex but Strong lands on his feet and he sends Lorcan into Burch. Strong with kicks and then Dunne with a boot off the turnbuckles followed by an X Plex for a near fall. Strong sends Lorcan to the floor and goes to the floor but misses Lorcan. Lorcan with a European uppercut. Burch and Dunne exchange slaps and Burch gets the advantage. Burch with a German suplex and Lorcan with a half and half suplex of Strong onto Dunne. Burch with a crossface on Dunne and Lorcan with a single leg crab on Strong. Strong kicks Lorcan into Burch to get him to release the hold.

Burch with a forearm and Dunne with an enzuigiri. Burch with an exploder. Strong makes the tag and hits a back breaker followed by End of Heartache for the three count.

Winners: Roderick Strong and Pete Dunne

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  2018/03/19
Roderick Strong asks William Regal to put him in the Dusty Rhode...
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  2018/03/15
NXT Coverage – March 14th
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Adam Cole (with Kyle O’Reilly and Bobby Fish) versus Pete Dunne for the WWE UK Championship

They lock up and Dunne backs Cole into the corner but Cole with a clean break. Dunne goes after Kyle on the floor and Bobby tells Dunne to stay back. Dunne returns to the ring and Cole kicks Dunne. Cole with a front face lock and Dunne gets to the ropes. Dunne with a forearm and he tells Kyle and Bobby to come into the ring. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he pulls at the fingers and then puts the hand on the mat and stomps on the elbow. Dunne puts the hand on the mat again and Dunne kicks the elbow this time. Cole goes to the apron and Dunne follows. Dunne with a waist lock but Cole with a back elbow. Dunne goes to the turnbuckles and comes down with a boot to the injured arm.

Dunne with a suplex throw onto the apron and then they return to the ring. Kyle and Bobby get on the apron and Cole pushes Dunne off the turnbuckles and Cole pushes him to the floor as we go to commercial.

We are back and Dunne with an X Plex. Cole and Dunne with forearms and Cole with a kick. Cole with an Irish whip and Dunne flips over Cole and hits an enzuigiri. Dunne with a boot to the elbow from the turnbuckles. Dunne with a sit out power bomb for a near fall. Dunne with a kick to the head and then he sets for the Bitter End but Cole escapes and hits a lungblower. Both men are down on the mat.

Cole goes for a suplex but Dunne counters into a guillotine and a double wrist lock with a body scissors. Cole gets out of the hold and hits a bicycle kick and an Ushigoroshi for a near fall. Cole taunts Dunne and pie faces him. Cole with a forearm but Dunne with a forearm that sends Cole into the corner. Fish and O’Reilly check on Cole. Dunne blocks a super kick and Cole with an enzuigiri. Cole with a super kick. Dunne with an enzuigiri. Dunne comes off the turnbuckles with a moonsault but Cole with a kick to the head and Cole gets a near fall.

Cole misses the Shining Wizard and Dunne hits a German suplex. Dunne goes for the Bitter End but Fish and O’Reilly get on the apron. Dunne takes care of them. Cole with a super kick and Cole hits Last Shot but Dunne kicks out at two. Dunne pulls at the fingers and Cole misses a round kick. Dunne tries for Bitter End but Kyle hits Pete from behind and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Pete Dunne (by disqualification)

After the match, Kyle and Bobby attack Dunne and Cole with a super kick. Roderick Strong comes out and he goes after Cole, Fish, and O’Reilly. The numbers are too much for Strong. Dunne recovers and Strong and Dunne clean house.

Strong offers his hand to Dunne but Dunne does not shake it. Dunne leaves the ring.

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  2018/03/14
205 Live Results – March 13, 2018
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We have a video package for Roderick Strong. He talks about how he opened his heart to the WWE Universe so they can know who he is. He says this opportunity is big for him. Roderick says he thrives regardless of the style of his opponent. As good as all of the competitors are, they are not him. Roderick says he never got anything given to him and he does not want it to be easy. He wants to be able to show his family his legacy and he wants to be able to look back and say that he did it.

Roderick Strong versus Cedric Alexander in a Semifinal Match in the Cruiserweight Title Tournament

They lock up and they try to get the early advantage and Strong with a rollup for a near fall. Alexander with a front face lock but Strong with a waist lock. They lock up again and Strong with a side head lock. Alexander backs Strong into the corner and we see Gulak watching from the back. Strong with a hurdle leap frog and Alexander flips over Strong’s back. Alexander with a handstand head scissors and drop kick for a near fall.

We see Ali watching in another part of the backstage area. Strong with a forearm to the back followed by a chop in the corner. Alexander with a forearm and a back body drop. Strong goes into the corner and he holds his hamstring. Alexander goes to the apron and he goes for a springboard move but Strong hits the ropes and Alexander hits the turnbuckles before landing on the mat. Strong with a chop and kicks in the corner. Strong with a butterfly suplex for a near fall. Strong gets another near fall. Strong with a seated abdominal stretch. Alexander gets to his feet and Strong with a forearm.

Strong with a drop kick when Alexander goes for the Neuralizer. Strong gets a near fall and he kicks Alexander. The referee checks on Alexander. Strong with a kick and Alexander tries to defend himself. Strong with a reverse chin lock. Strong with a kick but Alexander with an Irish whip that sends Strong sternum first into the turnbuckles. Alexander with a kick and uppercut. Alexander with a kick that sends Strong into the turnbuckles and Alexander with a kick from the apron. Alexander with a slingshot flatline and strong goes to the floor. Alexander with a plancha onto Strong and they go back into the ring. Alexander with a springboard clothesline for a near fall.

Strong with an elbow and kick to Alexander. Alexander with a Michinoku Driver for a near fall. Strong blocks a Lumbar Check attempt and Alexander is sent to the apron. Alexander with a shoulder and he goes for a springboard move but strong stops him. Alexander counters into a crucifix for a near fall. strong with kicks followed by a half nelson back breaker for a near fall. Strong gets Alexander on his shoulders but Alexander escapes. Strong with an elbow. Alexander with an arm drag followed by a Neuralizer and Lumbar Check but Strong gets his foot on the rope to stop the referee’s count.

Strong rolls to the apron and Alexander shows some frustration. Alexander goes to the apron and Strong with kicks to Alexander followed by a torture rack and then he tosses Alexander into the ring post. The referee checks on Alexander while Strong wants the referee to start his count. Alexander finally starts to move and he hits an enzuigiri. Strong with a knee to stop Alexander on the turnbuckles. Strong with a superplex and both men are down. Strong gets a near fall.

Strong tries to pick up Alexander but Alexander collapses to the mat. Strong with forearms to the back and Alexander with punches. Alexander with a back heel kick. Alexander misses a back elbow and Strong with a jumping knee. Strong with End of Heartache and Alexander gets his foot on the rope to stop the count. Alexander tries to get to the floor but Strong keeps him in the ring.

Alexander with a back elbow and both men are down. Strong with a chop and Alexander with an uppercut. Strong and Alexadner with punches. Strong escapes a Lumbar Check. Alexander tries to escape the Strong Hold but Strong with a rollup for a near fall. Strong with a knee to the head and Strong with a rollup but Alexander counters and gets the three count.

Winner: Cedric Alexander

After the match, Strong and Alexander stand across the ring from each other. Strong goes to the back while Alexander looks at the Wrestlemania sign.

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