In truth, the number ten spot is a bit tricky. There are several stars like Lance Storm, Jinder Mahal, and Pat Patterson who have a strong case for the slot. However, in the end, Peterborough, Ontario’s Bobby Roode gets the nod.
Even before signing with WWE, Roode had been a stellar
performer in TNA wrestling for many years. In fact, he is a two-time TNA World Heavyweight Champion and also won the tag titles six-times. The ‘Glorious One’ went on to become one of NXT top stars – capturing the promotion’s version of the world title in the process. Roode has since gone on to win the tag titles and the United States Championship as a member of WWE’s main roster.