Juice Robinson no longer represents the new Japan Pro Wrestling

Juice Robinson has been part of New Japan Pro Wrestling since 2015 after being released from WWE (where he wrestled as CJ Parker), entering the G1 tournament five times, although he has never won, since His arrival. Robinson has also won championship gold since being with NJPW, winning the IWGP Tag Team Championships once alongside former FinJuice partner David Finlay and the IWGP United States Championship. three times. Robinson most recently held the U.S. title in June, beating Jon Moxley, Hiroshi Tanahashi and Will Ospreay in a fatal quadruple for the vacant title before having to vacate it himself in June. Although he recently held one of their major titles, Robinson revealed that he no longer represents NJPW.

“I no longer represent New Japan, and I want to make that clear. I carried this flag of New Japan for seven years,” Robinson said in an interview with “Sports Illustrated“I have no unfinished business there. I sang this song and danced this dance, and we parted ways. It’s in the rearview mirror. I’m totally free right now. I’ll fight whoever, wherever and whenever I want as long as it’s the right game against the right opponent on the right night of the week.”

Robinson has arguably one of the most important matches of his career coming up on tonight’s edition of ‘AEW Dynamite’ when he makes his AEW debut against AEW World Champion Jon Moxley in a Title Eliminator match. . If Robinson defeats Moxley in their match, Robinson will receive a title shot from Moxley down the line. Robinson discussed his next match with Moxley. ‘Dynamite’ is the hottest show, and I’m wrestling their champ on the hottest night of the week in wrestling,” Robinson said. “It’s the biggest match of my career, and I’m ready for that.”