Juice Robinson Explains Why He's Not On Social Media

Juice Robinson does not want to say something online he would later regret.

New Japan Pro Wrestling roster member Juice Robinson (formerly CJ Parker) will be wrestling Jay White for the IWGP United States Championship on July 7th at the G1 Special. If he wins, it will be his first Championship in New Japan since joining the promotion in 2015. If fans want to keep up with Robinson's day-to-day schedule they will need to depend on New Japan's press releases and the social media of independent promotions he works for because he's not a fan of social media. In an interview with UpRoxx, he explained how he feels about interacting with fans on social media.

"No, I don’t think it will hurt my career at all. I think social media’s silly. There’s a lot of guys on there, some of my friends, who just go on there, and the things they say, even our president, the things he says on there, it’s just something I don’t want be a part of… If you want to see me, come to the matches (and) see me curtain to curtain. You don’t need to know what I had for lunch. I could get drunk and say something that I shouldn't, hurt somebody’s feelings, open up a can of worms that I don’t want to. Some people just aren't meant to have it," said Robinson.

In the rest of the interview which can be read at UpRoxx.com, Robinson talked about his upcoming match at the G1 Special and how he will be wrestling with a cast on his arm.

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