If you ask him, Adam Rose is more than just a general WWE Superstar. As the conductor of The Exotic Express, Rose believes he is a WWE Superstar of epic proportions. Simply said, where Adam Rose goes, the party is sure to follow.
Don’t let Rose’s fun-loving and colorful personality mislead you — he is also a savage wrestler in the ring. This flashy WWE Superstar will stop at nothing until he achieves his goal of super mega-stardom within the sports-entertainment organization.
Rose’s WWE debut on the Cinco de Mayo edition of Raw was nothing short of epic. As he led The Exotic Express, the flamboyant WWE Superstar not only cut off Zeb Colter’s radical speech, but dumped his protégé, Jack Swagger, from the squared circle. The Musha Cay, Bahamas native then started a conga line around the ring, introducing members of the WWE Universe to The Rose Experience.
There is more than just non-stop partying to Rose. The exotic WWE Superstar revealed he is capable of handling his business inside the ring as well with a victorious wrestling debut over Damien Sandow on the May 26, 2014 edition of Raw.
The Rose Experience continues to be in demand. Not only did Summer Rae camouflage herself among Rose’s party crew in order to blindside her archenemy Layla, but actor and comedian Kevin Hart joined the Rosebuds on the June 16, 2014 episode of Raw when he was carried out of the Quicken Loans Arena by the party posse after a successful trust fall.
At Money in the Bank on June 29, 2014, Rose kept the party rolling as he beat Damien Sandow (dressed as Paul Revere). He defeated Fandango one month later in the WWE Battleground Kickoff.
Rose continued his undefeated streak, thanks in large part to his bunny. The partying WWE Superstar has beaten Titus O’Neil on multiple occasions, each time as a result of the ex-Florida Gators football standout being distracted by ringside altercations between the rascally rabbit and Heath Slater.
And if you haven’t already, hop aboard the Exotic Express and become a member of the “Party Posse.” As he often says, “Don’t be a lemon, be a Rosebud,” because “it’s party time, all the time.”
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On the post-WrestleMania 30 edition of Raw on April 7, 2014, WWE aired the first introductory vignette for Adam Rose. He made his WWE debut on the May 5, 2014 episode of Raw, interrupting Jack Swagger and his manager, Zeb Colter. The self-proclaimed conductor of The Exotic Express continued to distract Swagger during his bouts, causing the one-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion to lose. He competed in his first televised WWE match on the May 26, 2014 edition of Raw against Damien Sandow, which saw the tandem hold a Rosebud hostage. Despite the distraction, the flamboyant WWE Superstar won his debut match and saved his friend from harm. Rose beat “The All-American American” on the May 30, 2014 edition of SmackDown and again the following week on Raw. He competed at his first pay-per-view event on June 29, 2014 at Money in the Bank, defeating Damien Sandow. At WWE Battleground Kickoff on July 20, 2014, the South African native beat Fandango. Rose then disappeared from WWE’s top-line shows, but returned to Raw on September 1, 2014 and beat Titus O’Neil.
June 5, 2016 – Following his departure from WWE last month, Adam Rose will now be working under a new name: Aldo Rose. Sure enough, his Twitter account has been changed to reflect as much.
His bio also reads like this:
Ain’t no more PG in this party! For bookings email firstname.lastname@example.org! Formerly known as WWE Superstar Adam Rose
According to ProWrestlingSheet.com, Rose will keep the party gimmick but give it a new look and feel. His bio makes clear he won’t be held back by the family friendly standards WWE imposed on him.
Rose is currently accepting indy bookings and will be free to wrestle on television and iPPV later this summer.