Juice Robinson is more than willing to work with Ring of Honor again.
In 2019, while appearing on ROH television along with his tag team partner, David Finlay, Robinson unveiled a new faction called Lifeblood. The group also consisted of Tenille Dashwood, Mark Haskins, "Hot Sauce" Tracy Williams and Bandido. Before anything longterm could ever materialize, though, Robinson left the company and focused his efforts entirely on New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Speaking with Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp (full interview above), Robinson commented on the short-lived Lifeblood and how he can't wait to do more stuff with ROH.
"We got some cool people out of that," Robinson stated. "Haskins and Hot Sauce, Bandido. That was kind of the first thing they did. Lifeblood had nothing to do with it, but at least it threw them on the show real quick. I’m not saying that Lifeblood had anything to do with it. I’m just saying it was some introduction for some dudes. Cool. It ended up not working out real quick for some weird reasons, but whatever. It doesn’t really matter. ROH is awesome. I can’t wait until I can do more stuff with them. I feel like, ‘C’mon, man. Let’s work with ROH, too, man.’ They got some of the best wrestlers on the planet. Obviously."
Despite the circumstances of his departure being, as he calls them "weird," Juice adds that "I’d love to do an ROH any time."
He concluded by comparing Lifeblood to an old WWF group, The Union, which consisted of Ken Shamrock, Test, Big Show, and Mankind.
"It reminded me of - you remember in 1999 in the WWF, The Union? It was this group of babyfaces that would fight the Corporation. They were all misfits. They didn’t go together. But, they had one common cause. ‘Restore order.’ So, I don’t know. I thought it was cool," Robinson said.
As of late, Juice has been splitting his time between NJPW and IMPACT Wrestling, where he and David Finlay are feuding with Jay White and Bullet Club.
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