Bullet Club Member Claims He No Longer Represents NJPW

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Bullet Club Member Claims He No Longer Represents NJPW NJPW

A Bullet Club member has claimed that he is no longer representing NJPW.

In April, Juice Robinson announced that his contract with New Japan Pro Wrestling would be up at the end of the month.

Then in May, Robinson shocked NJPW fans by joining the Bullet Club and attacking Hiroshi Tanahashi. He later stated that he signed a new deal with New Japan that runs into 2023.

Speaking with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated, Juice Robinson said that he and NJPW have gone their separate ways.

Robinson said:

“I’m no longer representing New Japan, and I want that to be clear. I carried that New Japan flag for seven years. I’ve got no unfinished business there. I sang that song and I danced that dance, and we’ve gone our separate ways. That’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 match against the right opponent on the right night of the week. Dynamite is the hottest show, and I’m wrestling their champ on the hottest night of the week in wrestling. This is the biggest match of my career, and I’m ready for it.”

Juice Robinson will make his AEW debut by facing AEW World Champion Jon Moxley in a World Title Eliminator Match on tonight’s Dynamite from Philadelphia.

Stay up to date with the AEW roster’s win-loss record (for televised matches) at this link.

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