Bob Roop

Bob Roop (born 1942) is a retired amateur and professional wrestler whose career has spanned high school, college, Army, amateur and professional wrestling. He was an American Heavyweight Greco-Roman wrestler at the 1968 Summer Olympics.

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George Wells (wrestler) - Entry Into Professional Wrestling
... Wells would later briefly feud with Bob Roop, Buddy Austin and Hiro Ota during late March and early April, losing to Roop on April 2 although he later defeated him in a rematch via disqualification ... and Pepper Gomez in a 6-man tag team match against Bob Roop, Marie Laverau and Masked Superstar on May 11, Wells experienced a brief losing streak after being defeated by Bob Roop on May 14 and Mr ...
ICW Southeastern Tag Team Championship - Title History
... Wrestler Reigns together Date Place Notes Bob Roop Bob Orton, Jr. 1 July 1979 unknown Bob Orton, Jr ... Barry Orton 1 January 1980 unknown Bob Roop Terry Gibbs 1 April 1980 unknown Bob Roop Big Boy Williams 1 August 1980 Title abandoned ...

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