Chris Bey Vs. Juice Robinson Announced For IMPACT
The issues between Jay White and FinJuice are set to continue
At IMPACT Slammiversary, FinJuice returned to IMPACT to attack the debuting Jay White, with David Finlay set to take on Jay White for the NEVER Openweight Championship at NJPW Resurgence.
With the rivalry spilling over into IMPACT, White has set out to potentially recruit IMPACT’s Chris Bey into Bullet Club, with the two jumping FinJuice backstage on last week’s IMPACT.
Now announced for this week’s IMPACT Wrestling, Bey will take on Juice Robinson in singles action, with White and Finlay in their respective corners.
Aside from the White/Finlay title situation, there is major hesitancy from Bey as to whether he will join Bullet Club or not. Bey and White teamed together last week against IMPACT World Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers in non-title action, but were unsuccessful, with White later telling Bey he still has time to impress Bullet Club’s current leader.
The Bey vs. Juice match is the second announced for IMPACT, alongside the previously announced six-man tag main event pitting Kenny Omega and The Good Brothers, against Frankie Kazarian, Eddie Edwards, and Sami Callihan.