Juice Robinson Age, Wife, Parents, Children, Net worth, Wrestling
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Who is Juice Robinson?
Joseph Ryan Robinson, better known by his ring name Juice Robinson, is an American professional wrestler, currently signed to New Japan Pro-Wrestling, where he is the current IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion in his record-tying third reign. Robinson is also a member of the Bullet Club stable
Juice Robinson Age: How old is Juice Robinson?
Juice Robinson was born on 10 April 1989, which means he is 32 years this year, he celebrates his birthday on the 10th of April of each month.
Who are Juice Robinson’s parents?
Unfortunately, we do not have enough information on the parents of Juice Robinson, once we do, we will share it with you.
What are Juice Robinson Height and size?
Juice Robinson’s height is 6 feet 3 inches and his weight is still unknown. Juice Robinson wears a shoe size 4 and a dress size 8 in the United States (US). Juice Robinson’s full body measurements are currently unavailable
Who is Juice Robinson’s wife?
In June 2020, it was revealed that Robinson was dating Toni Storm. The couple got engaged on September 30, 2021.
What is Juice Robinson’s Net worth?
Juice is one of the wealthiest professional wrestlers, as well as one of the most popular. Juice Robinson’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million, according to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.
Juice Robinson’s Wrestling career explored
Robinson made his IWA Mid-South debut on January 3, 2009, under the moniker Juice Robinson, when he was defeated by Jason Dukes. Robinson faced Neil Diamond Cutter, Ian Rotten, Jeff Brooks, and Ryan Phoenix in a number of singles bouts.
He then lost to Devon Moore and Nick Gage in the IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Title Number One Contenders Seven-Team Royal Rumble. On June 20, he was defeated in a three-way match against Shane Hollister and Trik Davis.
On January 24, 2009, Robinson made his debut in AAW: Professional Wrestling Redefined, teaming up with Rob James in a tag match won by Derek St. Holmes and Dewey Dawson. At AAW Scars And Stripes, he teamed up with Mike Sydal to fight for the AAW Tag Team Titles, however, they were defeated by the defending champions The House Of Truth (Christin Able & Josh Raymond).
Robinson wrestled his final match in AAW on February 11 at the AAW Path Of Redemption 2011 event, when he and Kyle O’Reilly fought for the AAW Tag Team Championship held by Zero Gravity but were unsuccessful (Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza).
Robinson made his Border City Wrestling debut on May 20, 2009, losing to TD in a match. On June 12, 2010, he made his debut in Chicago Style Wrestling, losing to Hammett in a bout at CSW Transgression. Robinson wrestled at CSW Sawed-Off the next month, losing a three-on-two handicap match to Hammett & Steve Boz on July 9.
Robinson made his DREAMWAVE Beginnings debut on April 4, 2009, and advanced to the first round of the DreamWave World Title Tournament after defeating Prince Mustafa Ali. Derek St. Holmes eliminated him in the semi-finals of DREAMWAVE Open Roads Broken Dreams on May 20.
Robinson went on to compete for the DreamWave World Title and the DreamWave Tag Titles but lost both times. Robinson’s last bout was on April 9, 2011, at DREAMWAVE Anniversary II, where he defeated Colt Cabana after three years in DreamWave.
Robinson competed in Impact Zone Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Next, Wisconsin Pro Wrestling, and SoCal Pro Wrestling between 2009 and 2010.