After Low Ki, Davey RIchards or Matt Morgan recently, Robbie E announced today he was leaving IMPACT Wrestling. The former 2-time Tag Team Champion, X-Division Champion and TV CHampion spent 7 years with the company.
— #RobertStoneBrand (@RobertStoneWWE) September 29, 2017
Robbie E started on the independent circuit in 2000 and appeared on TNA in 2003. For more than 10 years, he had worked for many indy companies in the USA. He won the Chaotic Wrestling Tag Team Championship with Billy Bax in 2004 and also appeared in WWE in 2005 and 2006.
In July 2010, Robbie E wrestled a try out match for TNA and was signed the month after. He started with a gimmick inspired by the TV show Jersey Shore. Alongside his valet Cookie, he appeared at TNA live events, interrupting Jeremy Borash or Mick Foley and insulting the crowd. The duo made his television debut in October 2010. A month later, he defeated Jay Lethal to become the X-Division Champion. But lost it the next month to the same Lethal.
He was involved in feuds with Frankie Kazarian or Rob Terry who was his enforcer when Cookie left TNA. He became TNA Television Championship in 2011 by defeating Eric Young. He worked with AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Rob Van Dam in his quest to regain the TV title all along 2012 and 2013.
He started allying with Jessie Goddez and Tara (Victoria in WWE). As the BroMans, they became the TNA Tag Team Champions twice, in 2013 by defeating Gunner and James Storm and in 2016 by defeating Beer Money. His last IMPACT match on was on February 9 when he teamed up with Swoggle against Aron Rex and Rockstar Spud. In the beginning of the year, Robbie E represented IMPACT for Pro Wrestling Noah’s annual Global Tag League.
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) September 29, 2017