Bullet Club Gold was attacked by MJF on the AEW Full Gear 2023 go-home episode of Rampage, and when the camera cut backstage, Juice Robinson was laid out after MJF apparently broke a flat-screen TV over his head.
Fightful is reporting that Robinson was legitimately injured sometime before that and the angle was carried out to write him off television.
Robinson suffered a back injury at some point and will require surgery to repair the issue. It’s unknown when the injury occurred.
Robinson last wrestled on the November 1st episode of AEW Dynamite. He is believed to be out for the remainder of the year, but not much longer than that.
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Juice Robinson, a member of the Bullet Club Gold, was recently attacked by MJF on the AEW Full Gear 2023 go-home episode of Rampage. The incident occurred backstage, where MJF broke a flat-screen TV over Robinson’s head. However, it has been reported by Fightful that Robinson was already injured before the attack, and the angle was carried out to write him off television.
According to the report, Robinson had suffered a back injury and will require surgery to repair the issue. The exact timing of the injury is unknown. His last match was on the November 1st episode of AEW Dynamite. While he is expected to be out for the remainder of the year, it is believed that his absence will not extend much longer than that.
Juice Robinson is a well-known professional wrestler who has competed in various promotions, including New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Ring of Honor. He joined AEW earlier this year as part of the Bullet Club Gold faction, which also includes notable wrestlers such as Kenny Omega and The Young Bucks.
Injuries are unfortunately a common occurrence in the world of professional wrestling, as the physical nature of the sport puts immense strain on the performers’ bodies. It is not uncommon for wrestlers to require surgeries or extended periods of time off to recover from injuries.
Fans of Juice Robinson and the Bullet Club Gold will have to wait for his return to see him back in action. In the meantime, wrestling enthusiasts can stay updated with all the latest news and updates on eWrestlingNews.com, a reliable source for wrestling news. Additionally, they can follow eWrestlingNews on Twitter and Facebook for more content and updates.
It is always disappointing when a wrestler gets injured, but it is essential for their long-term health and well-being that they take the necessary time off to recover. We wish Juice Robinson a speedy recovery and hope to see him back in the ring soon, entertaining fans with his unique style and charisma.