Juice Robinson Might Just ‘Float For A While’ And Be His Own Boss, Feels Natural In An IMPACT Setting

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Juice Robinson Might Just ‘Float For A While’ And Be His Own Boss, Feels Natural In An IMPACT Setting

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There will be a lot of floating for Juice Robinson in 2022, part of which might be spent working at IMPACT Wrestling.

Juice Robinson was a recent guest on Instinct Culture by Denise Salcedo to discuss a variety of subjects. When speaking about his time in IMPACT Wrestling this year, he admits that the time there has felt natural to him:

“I love IMPACT. It’s what I really like, I like lights, camera, action here we go. {laughs} TV wrestling, that’s what I grew up on, that’s what I grew up manifesting in my brain,” Juice Robinson said. “As a child on my trampoline, in my living crawling across the room reaching for the tag, I always viewed myself in front of the camera in a U.S company. So that it right there makes me so happy to do it all the time, because it’s so different from what I am used to in Japan. I never knew that I would just land in Japan and that I would take to it, or I don’t even know if I did take to it but I just ended up going and I just didn’t come back for five years. It was a job, it was an open-ended thing, and it stuck but I don’t know if I am natural at that of the way I do it at New Japan. I feel more natural sometimes in an IMPACT setting.”

Juice Robinson went on to admit that the next year of his wrestling career might look a bit different as he intends to “float for a while”:

“I think right now I am just gonna float for a while because right now there are so many other things on my mind really than wrestling,” Juice Robinson admitted. “So I don’t really know where I am going to be next year with wrestling. I might get fired up to do it; I might not. I don’t really know. We shall see. {laughs} I might just float for a while. I think it’s time for me just to do my thing, be my own boss, and just do what I wanna do on a weekly basis.”

Juice Robinson recently confirmed that he’ll be a free agent in February 2022, as his contract with New Japan Pro-Wrestling is set to expire. Robinson will face off with IMPACT Wrestling World Champion Moose at Battle In The Valley this weekend; check out the updated event card for the event at this link.

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