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Robbie E



Photo credit: TNA Wrestling

Real name: Robert Strauss
Height: 5’10″
Weight: 195 lbs.
Date of birth: October 1, 1983
From: Alpine, New Jersey
Pro debut: October 1, 2000
Trained by: Kevin Knight at IWF
Finishing move: Cutter

Biography

- Strauss (as Rob Eckos) wrestled his debut match on October 1, 2000, losing to Chad Warwick
- On October 29, 2000, he secured his first professional win, defeating Rick Steele
- On April 8, 2001, Eckos defeated Kevin Knight in a No-DQ Match
- On July 7, 2001, Eckos defeated IWF Heavyweight Champion Roman by DQ
- On March 16, 2002, Eckos & Biggie Biggs defeated Damian Adams & Hadrian to win the IWF Tag Team Titles
- On May 4, 2002, Eckos & Biggs defeated BPA Barry & Damian Adams to retain the IWF Tag Team Titles
- In early 2003, Eckos began teaming with Billy Bax as The Valedictorian
- On May 4, 2003, Eckos defeated Section 8 in the final of a tournament to become the first UWC United States Champion
- On May 21, 2003, Eckos made an appearance on TNA Xplosion, losing to Josh Daniels
- On July 12, 2003, Eckos defeated Shawn Sheridan, Grim Reefer & Johnny Ova in an Elimination Match to win the CSWF Cruiserweight Title
- On September 13, 2003, Eckos defeated Shawn Sheridan to retain the CSWF Cruiserweight Title
- On November 8, 2003, The Valedictorians (Eckos & Billy Bax) defeated The Maxx Brothers (Johnny & Joey) to win the ECWA Tag Team Titles. They would hold the titles for well over two years
- On November 15, 2003, The Young Bluds (Eckos & Striker) defeated CSWF Tag Team Champions The United Nations (Dan Barry & Prince Nana) by DQ
- On April 3, 2004, The Valedictorians defeated Ace Darling & Matt Striker to retain the ECWA Tag Team Titles
- On May 8, 2004, The Young Bluds defeated Ru Starr & Wayne to win the NYWC Tag Team Titles
- On June 12, 2004, The Young Bluds defeated Ru Starr & Wayne to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
- On November 19, 2004, The Valedictorians defeated Pretty Psycho (Handsome Johnny & Psycho) to win the CW Tag Team Titles
- On December 10, 2004, The Valedictorians defeated The Logan Brothers (Bill & Bryan) to retain the CW Tag Team Titles
- On January 15, 2005, The Valedictorians defeated Jason Blade & Scotty Charisma to retain the ECWA Tag Team Titles
- On April 9, 2005, The Valedictorians defeated The Logan Brothers (Billy & Bryan) to retain the ECWA Tag Team Titles
- On May 3, 2005, Eckos made a jobber appearance on WWE Smackdown, losing to Matt Morgan
- On January 3, 2006, Eckos made another jobber appearance on Smackdown, losing to Mark Henry
- On December 2, 2006, The Valedictorians defeated Aden Chambers & Andrew Ryker, Jason Blade & Kid Mikaze and Pelle Primeau & Shane Hagadorn in a Four Corners Match to win the ECWA Tag Team Titles
- On November 10, 2007, Eckos entered his first ECWA Super 8 Tournament, losing in the semi-final to Sonjay Dutt
- On January 29, 2008, Eckos made an appearance on ECW, losing to Kofi Kingston
- On June 28, 2008, Eckos defeated Dickie Rodz to win the NYWC Interstate Title
- On August 2, 2008, Eckos defeated Dickie Rodz to retain the NYWC Interstate Title
- On January 24, 2009, Dan & Rob Eckos defeated Billy Bax & Sean Royal. Rob pinned Royal to win the ECWA Mid-Atlantic Title
- On March 7, 2009, Eckos defeated Chase Del Monte to retain the ECWA Mid-Atlantic Title
- On October 24, 2009, Eckos defeated Chase Del Monte, Danny Doring & Erik Andretti to win the vacant ISPW Tri State Title
- On August 5, 2010, Eckos signed a TNA contract
- On August 26, 2010, Eckos (as Robbie E) debuted on TNA Impact via a vignette alongside his manager Cookie
- On October 12, 2010, Robbie E made his televised in-ring debut for TNA, defeating The Amazing Red
- At Turning Point 2010, Robbie E defeated Jay Lethal to win the TNA X-Division Title
- On November 15, 2010, Robbie E defeated Eric Young to retain the TNA X-Division Title
- At Final Resolution 2010, Robbie E defeated Jay Lethal by DQ to retain the TNA X-Division Title
- On August 11, 2011, Robbie & Cookie ended their partnership. She was released from TNA two weeks later
- At Turning Point 2011, Robbie E defeated Eric Young to win the TNA Television Title
- On November 14, 2011, Robbie E defeated Devon to retain the TNA Television Title
- On November 28, 2011, Robbie E defeated Rob Van Dam to retain the TNA Television Title
- At Final Resolution 2011, Robbie E defeated Eric Young to retain the TNA Television Title
- On December 14, 2011, Robbie E defeated Shannon Moore to retain the TNA Television Title
- On January 10, 2012, Robbie E defeated Douglas Williams to retain the TNA Television Title
- At Against All Odds 2012, Robbie E defeated Shannon Moore to retain the TNA Television Title. Over the next two weeks, he would retain against Eric Young and AJ Styles
- On October 20, 2012, Robbie E defeated Armando Estrada & Mr Anderson to win the vacant GLCW Heavyweight Title
- At Bound for Glory ’13 in San Diego, CA, The Bro Mans (Robbie E and Jessie Godderz) (with Phil Heath) defeated James Storm and Gunner to capture the TNA Tag Team Titles

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