37 Facts About Juice Robinson


Juice Robinson won the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship twice, with Jason Jordan and Donny Marlow respectively.


Juice Robinson was the winner of the 2019 World Tag League with Finlay.


Juice Robinson was trained at Truth Martini's House of Truth wrestling school.


Juice Robinson competed in an IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship number one contender Seven Team Royal Rumble, losing to Devon Moore and Nick Gage.


Juice Robinson's last match for IWA Mid-South was a loss in a three-way to Shane Hollister.


Juice Robinson then wrestled for a variety of promotions, including AAW Wrestling, where he unsuccessfully competed for the AAW Tag Team Championship twice, Border City Wrestling, and DreamWave Wrestling, where he unsuccessfully challenged for both the DreamWave World and DreamWave Tag Team Championships.


Juice Robinson's last match for DreamWave was a victory against Colt Cabana.


In 2011, Juice Robinson signed a developmental contract with WWE and was sent to Florida Championship Wrestling.


Juice Robinson then formed a tag team with Donny Marlow.


Juice Robinson then competed mostly in tag team matches with a variety of partners for the rest of his tenure in FCW, teaming with the likes of Jason Jordan and Mike Dalton until FCW was closed and replaced by NXT in August 2012.


Juice Robinson was then initially used as a jobber on NXT and was defeated by the likes of Roman Reigns and in a tag team match with Mike Dalton against The Ascension, before suffering an injury that kept him out of action for several months.


Juice Robinson would tweak his character to that of an eco-warrior who berated fans for damaging the environment.


Juice Robinson made it to the semi-finals before being defeated by Mike Bailey.


In July 2015, Juice Robinson competed for All Star Wrestling on the holiday camp circuit including shows at Butlins and forming a tag team with Sam Adonis.


Juice Robinson wrestled for other European indy groups including International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom.


In 2016, Juice Robinson worked in Japan for the first time.


Juice Robinson spent the rest of 2015 working as a Young Lion and in multiman tag matches, on December 16 he had his first singles match in New Japan facing fellow Young Lion Jay White, whom he defeated.


On February 25,2016, Juice Robinson took part in the first of New Japan's Lion's Gate show, where he was defeated by Katsuhiko Nakajima.


At King of Pro-Wrestling, Robinson wrestled Tiger Mask W as Red Death Mask, a character based in the anime series Tiger Mask W In late 2016, Robinson took part in the 2016 World Tag League, teaming with Hiroshi Tanahashi.


On January 5,2017, Juice Robinson scored a major win over NEVER Openweight Champion Hirooki Goto in a ten-man tag team match and afterwards indicated he wanted a shot at his title.


Juice Robinson received his title shot on April 29 at Wrestling Toyonokuni 2017, but was defeated by Naito.


In early 2017, Juice Robinson became part of the Taguchi Japan stable, as part of which he unsuccessfully challenged for the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship, first on June 11 at Dominion 6.11 in Osaka-jo Hall and again on June 20 at Kizuna Road 2017.


Later that month, Juice Robinson entered his first G1 Climax tournament.


Juice Robinson went on to finish in the bottom half of his block with a record of four wins and five losses.


At the G1 Special in San Francisco, Juice Robinson defeated Jay White to win the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship, his first championship in NJPW.


Juice Robinson became the first American to hold the championship.


Juice Robinson entered the 2018 G1 Climax as part of the A block, finishing with 6 points.


Juice Robinson made his debut in the New Japan Cup in 2019, losing in the first round to Chase Owens.


The match was made official for 2019 Best Of The Super Juniors finals at Ryogoku Sumo Hall on June 5, where Juice Robinson lost the championship to Moxley, ending his reign at 152 days and three successful title defenses.


Finlay and Robinson went on to reform FinJuice and competed in the 2019 World Tag League.


On night 2 of Wrestle Kingdom, Juice Robinson faced Moxley for the United States Championship, but lost.


On May 1, Juice Robinson returned to NJPW during Wrestling Dontaku 2022 wearing a Bullet Club vest, attacked Hiroshi Tanahashi, and stated his intentions to win back Tanahashi's newly won IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship, turning heel in the process.


Juice Robinson announced that the group would be named Lifeblood, and their goal was to restore honor back to ROH.


ROH World Champion Jay Lethal would come out to confront the new group and Juice Robinson challenged Lethal to get four teammates and compete with Lifeblood in a 10-man tag team match.


On February 13,2021, at No Surrender, a video package aired FinJuice Robinson arriving to Impact Wrestling as part of a partnership between Impact and New Japan Pro-Wrestling.


Juice Robinson is good friends with David Finlay and acted as groomsman at his wedding in May 2018.


In June 2020, it was revealed that Juice Robinson was dating fellow professional wrestler Toni Storm.