EpicLLOYD as Theodore Roosevelt
|Birth name||Theodore Roosevelt Jr.|
The Happy Warrior
The Trust Buster
The Rough Rider
The Dynamo of Power
|Born||October 27, 1858|
New York City, New York
|Died||January 6, 1919 (aged 60)|
Cove Neck, New York
|Rap battle information|
|Appeared in||Theodore Roosevelt vs Winston Churchill|
|Release date||December 26, 2016|
|Votes on website||TBD|
|Location(s)||Rusty clockwork gears|
A smoke stage
|Release date||September 27, 2012|
May 22, 2013
October 13, 2013
March 18, 2014
February 9, 2015
Theodore Roosevelt battled Winston Churchill in Theodore Roosevelt vs Winston Churchill. He was portrayed by EpicLLOYD. He is considered the main host of the ERB News videos, as he announced the battles in the middle third of Season 2, Season 3, and the second half of Season 4, voiced by EpicLLOYD on all occasions. He co-hosted two separate ERB News videos, one co-hosted by Adam Smith and another co-hosted by Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Information on the rapper
Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt Jr. was born on October 27th, 1858, in New York City, New York. He was an American politician, author, naturalist, explorer, founder of several national parks, and historian who served as the 26th President of the United States.
He was a leader of the Republican Party and founder of the Progressive "Bull Moose" Party. He is noted for his exuberant personality, range of interests and achievements, and his leadership of the Progressive Movement, as well as his "cowboy" persona and robust masculinity.
Roosevelt first gained fame as a war hero during the Spanish-American War. He was chosen as William McKinley's running mate in the 1900 US Election due to the death of former vice president Garret Hobart. Following McKinley's assassination by Leon Czolgosz in 1901, Roosevelt was inaugurated president.
As president, Roosevelt intended to preserve many natural resources. He also established peace by ending the Russo-Japanese War, and became the first American to win a Nobel Peace Prize.
In 1908, Roosevelt decided not to run for a second full term, and endorsed his friend, William Howard Taft. However, Roosevelt decided that Taft did not do a very good job, so he ran with the Progressive Party, splitting the Republican vote, and ultimately handing the presidency to Woodrow Wilson.
During his 1912 campaign, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Roosevelt was shot in the chest by John Schrank. Roosevelt survived, due to his steel eye glass case and his thick speech inside his jacket.
One lasting popular legacy of Roosevelt are the stuffed teddy bears named after him following a hunting trip in Mississippi in 1902, when Roosevelt famously refused to shoot a defenseless American black bear.
Roosevelt died of cardiovascular disease at the age of 60 on January 6th, 1919, in Cove Neck, New York. He was considered by many to be one of the greatest presidents ever.
Bully! A challenge! I love competition!
Now, where would I mount the stuffed head of a Winston?
(Ha!) I'm into fitness, digging ditches through an isthmus,
Rough riding down to Cuba like, "What's up, bitches?!"
I keep my rhymes pure like my food and drugs!
I'm an American stud, and you're the British Elmer Fudd!
I mean, for Christ's sake, look at that mug!
At least grow a spruce mustache and cover part of it up!
And let's face it, you're not all that great!
You tossed away lives in Gallipoli like they were scraps off your plate!
Your whole miserable country is the size of one state!
I could see my way through running that without donning my pince-nez!
Don't go toe to toe with me, you bloated, drunk, old man!
Why don't you do-si-do on over to a twelve-step program?
I'll bust a trust fund lush with my American muscles,
So walk softly over here and give my big stick a suckles!
My parents died when they were young, and it was morbid,
But at least they didn't ditch me while they were alive like yours did!
Oh shit! World War too soon?
Well, Teddy's dropping bombs, so you best go hide in your tube!
(Ooh!) You should be ashamed of your military honor!
Everyone knows you're back at home like, "Thank God for Pearl Harbor!"
Don't worry, the US will give you a pass!
Just change your poster to "Keep calm and kiss my cousin's ass!"
A bullet can't stop the Bull Moose!
TR will give WC the full deuce!
Theodore Roosevelt announced the release of the following battles:
- Frank Sinatra vs Freddie Mercury
- Barack Obama vs Mitt Romney
- Doc Brown vs Doctor Who
- Bruce Lee vs Clint Eastwood
- Batman vs Sherlock Holmes
- Moses vs Santa Claus
- Hitler vs Vader 3
- Blackbeard vs Al Capone
- Miley Cyrus vs Joan of Arc
- Bob Ross vs Pablo Picasso
- Michael Jordan vs Muhammad Ali
- Donald Trump vs Ebenezer Scrooge
- Rick Grimes vs Walter White
- Goku vs Superman
- Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe
- Sir Isaac Newton vs Bill Nye
- George Washington vs William Wallace
- Artists vs TMNT
- Lewis and Clark vs Bill and Ted
- David Copperfield vs Harry Houdini
- Terminator vs Robocop
- Eastern Philosophers vs Western Philosophers
- Shaka Zulu vs Julius Caesar
- Jim Henson vs Stan Lee
- Roosevelt has hosted the most ERB News videos, at five.
- He is the fourth ERB News host to later appear in their own battle, after Ben Franklin, Isaac Newton, and Charles Darwin.
- However, if Leonardo da Vinci, who hosted a scrapped news video, is counted, then he is the fifth.
- He is also the second news host to be portrayed by the same actor who voiced them, after Charles Darwin.
- He is the sixth U.S. President to rap, after Abe Lincoln, Barack Obama, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Donald Trump.
- He is the second to be portrayed by EpicLLOYD, after Donald Trump.
- His face made an appearance in Frederick Douglass vs Thomas Jefferson on Mount Rushmore.
- He later appeared in his own battle, where his face was shown again on Mount Rushmore.
- He is the ninth rapper to appear in black-and-white.
- According to a reddit comment, he was planned never to appear in a rap battle and was considered better off as a host.
- He makes a brief appearance in Nice Peter vs EpicLLOYD 2 in the thumbnail for Theodore Roosevelt vs Winston Churchill.
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