Juice Robinson Says He'd Bet On Himself Returning To IMPACT Wrestling In Some Capacity

Juice Robinson loves working for IMPACT Wrestling.

In February 2021, NJPW tag team FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson) made their IMPACT Wrestling debuts, quickly entering into a feud with The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson). FinJuice would make their presence felt almost immediately, capturing the Tag Team Titles just one month after their surprising arrival.

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In the fourteen months since then, Juice has worked an additional twenty matches but hasn't been seen since the start of the new year. Speaking with Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp (full interview above), he said that he would expect himself to be back in some capacity, noting that he loves working for the company and enjoys their taping schedule.

"Yeah. There’s a lot of people going through the door at IMPACT. In and out. Some guys stay for a while. I kinda went for a little while, left and I think I would bet that I would be back for sure in some capacity. We have a great relationship. They’re really good people. I love working for those people. I love going away for those weekends. So, yeah. I think just stay tuned. I’ll be there. I’m sure," Robinson said.

Up next for Robinson is a Trios Match at NJPW Windy City Riot on April 16 where he'll team up with David Finlay and Brody King in a street fight against JONAH, Shane Haste, and Bad Dude Tito.

Elsewhere during the interview, Robinson stated that Windy City Riot will be his final show with NJPW and that he plans on taking far fewer wrestling bookings in the future. Click here to learn more.

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