Juice Robinson was unhappy with the direction of his career in 2015, so he bet on himself and signed with New Japan Pro-Wrestling. Initially a “Young Lion,” Robinson steadily worked his way up the card against some of the best competition in the world and became a favorite of the NJPW fans.
One of the most charismatic performers in the sport, Robinson scored a breakthrough victory when he pinned Kenny Omega in the 2017 G1 Climax tournament. Robinson went on to win his first championship in NJPW by beating Jay White for the IWGP U.S. Title despite competing with a broken hand. Robinson has been making appearances in ROH since 2016.
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