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TNA Impact Wrestling Comes to the Roanoke Civic Center

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The Superstars of TNA IMPACT WRESTLING, as seen on Spike TV Thursdays at 9 p.m. ET, will invade the Roanoke Civic Center in Roanoke, VA, on Friday, August 16 at 7:30 p.m. for an unforgettable night of action.

Straight from the shores of Jersey comes Robbie E, the proud Italian who's always down for a day at the beach to get his tan on or some fist pumping at the club. Robbie has joined forces with Mr. Pec-Tacular, Jesse Godderz, to form the ultimate combination of style, perfect hair, bros that is fittingly known as "Bro Mans"..... A deadly head of spiked hair weaponry helped him claim TNA X Division Championship gold. Robbie E also earned the Television Championship, which just so happens to be the most blingin' title at IMPACT WRESTLING, but was robbed by some hamster. After all, Robbie E has plenty of ability and attitude to get it done bro!

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