Juice Robinson Suffers Leg Injury, Won't Compete On NJPW Strong Shows

Juice Robinson won't be wrestling on NJPW Strong's first broadcast.

NJPW announced that Robinson suffered a right leg injury and is currently unable to compete on Strong's first shows, which start on August 7 with the first round of the New Japan Cup USA. Robinson has not wrestled since the New Japan Road tour back in February.

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From NJPW:

Juice Robinson has suffered an injury to his right leg and is currently unable to compete.

As a result of his injury, Robinson will not be competing on forthcoming NJPW STRONG broadcasts, which start August 7 when LEC presents New Japan Cup USA.

We apologize to fans who are looking forward to seeing Robinson wrestle. We appreciate your understanding, and wish Juice the best in his recovery.

As previously mentioned, the New Japan Cup USA tournament will begin on August 7 with the winner receiving a future IWGP United States title shot. You can check out the eight-man field for the single elimination tournament at this link.

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