Robbie E

Robbie E confirmed his departure from Impact Wrestling last night on Twitter, thanking the company for the last seven years of his wrestling career.

Rob Eckos debuted in TNA back in 2010 using the Robbie E gimmick, a play off the popularity of the then MTV reality series “Jersey Shore.”

He had runs as an X Division Champion (2010), TV Champion (2011) and Tag Team Champion with Jessie Godderz (2013 and 2014).

PWInsider.com reports Eckos requested his release from Anthem. He began working overseas for Pro Wrestling NOAH in Japan and had agreed to terms on a new deal when Anthem took over. After his signing, he was never used on Impact.

You can check out his tweet below.

Thanks to our friends over at OnlineWorldofWrestling.com for help with this report.

7 COMMENTS

  1. I was never a fan of his (at all) but I respected him as a worker. I wish him the best in NOAH.
    Speaking of guys who aren’t being used, is Zema Ion/DJ Z still there?

  2. I appreciate his efforts but I was never even remotely interested in him or anything he or the bro mans did. They were getting pushed at the same time that TNA had Beer Money, Bad Influence, Motor City Machine Guns and Generation Me (The Young Bucks). Bro Mans were clearly never better than any of those teams at any point, but that was typical of the Hogan/Bischoff/Dixie era.

  3. Except for the fact that Beer Money had been split up before BroMans ever teamed, The Bucks were already in ROH and Shelley was already out of TNA so the Guns were done too. Granted Beer Money eventually got back together and Bad Influence were still at the top of their game within the company, but in no way were BroMans getting pushed at the same time as all of those teams you refer to.

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