Juice Robinson Reveals He Had COVID In January

Juice Robinson, unfortunately, contracted COVID earlier this year.

Speaking to Matt Rehwoldt (formerly Aiden English) on Straight Shootin, Juice revealed that he caught COVID in January, but fortunately he was able to get through it.

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"I had COVID in January. It was not bad at all, luckily. I didn't feel it for like three days. I was told for like six months that I'm pretty much immune. I will get the vaccine as soon as I can. I was in [the United States]. I came home, got COVID, and just laid in my apartment," he said.

Robinson wrestled for New Japan during the pandemic, but came to the United States to make appearances for IMPACT Wrestling beginning in February. He returned to Japan in March before coming back to the United States in April to compete at IMPACT Rebellion.

Robinson and David Finlay successfully retained the IMPACT Tag Team Titles against The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows & Karl Anderson) at IMPACT Rebellion.

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