Possible spoilers follow.
With several reports indicating that wrestling faction Bullet Club members, WWE’s Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows, are set to make their WWE TV debut post Wrestlemania 32, as early as the Monday Night Raw on April 4, 2016, speculation has been running rampant about the NXT Heavyweight Championship.
Finn Balor, the current champ and former leader of the Bullet Club in his indy days, is speculated to drop the NXT heavyweight title to Samoa Joe at NXT Takeover Dallas tonight. Clean or not is not known. This would free up Finn Balor to debut on Monday Night Raw post Wrestlemania 32 with his two new Balor Club members in Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows as a repackaged Bullet Club.
That leaves the possibility of likely new NXT Heavyweight Champion Samoa Joe seeking an opponent. Enter, Bobby Roode?
It is widely being reported that Bobby Roode was spotted at the Dallas area hotel used by WWE talent and officials for Wrestlemania 32 weekend.
However, if Finn Balor retains the NXT Heavyweight Championship perhaps the Balor Club will debut on NXT. Bobby Roode would make a good foil for Balor as well.
That said, due to the caliber of wrestler and entertainer Bobby Roode is, many also believe that if he doesn’t debut during NXT Takeover: Dallas, that an immediate jump to the main roster like A.J. Styles is not unheard of.
Would he debut at Wrestlemania to take out the winning Intercontinental Champion or United States Champion? Or in the Andre the Giant Battle Royal? Or not at all, but debuts on the Monday Night Raw following Wrestlemania 32?
Regardless of scenario, Bobby Roode’s WWE debut appears imminent.
Tags: A.J. Styles, Balor Club, Bobby Roode, bullet club, doc gallows, Finn Balor, Karl Anderson, NXT Takeover, NXT Takeover: Dallas, Samoa Joe, The Bullet Club, wrestlemania 32