Juice Robinson Reveals Battle With COVID-19

He tested positive in January

Juice Robinson has revealed he tested positive for COVID-19 at the start of 2021. 

Juice, speaking to the former Aidan English - Matt Rehwoldt - revealed that he had been diagnosed with coronavirus in January having returned home. 

He said, on the Straight Shooting podcast: "I had COVID in January. It was not bad at all, luckily. I didn't feel it for like three days. I was told for like six months that I'm pretty much immune.

"I will get the vaccine as soon as I can. I was in [the United States]. I came home, got COVID, and just laid in my apartment."

Juice wrestled for New Japan Pro Wrestling throughout the pandemic in 2020 but, since February, has travelled to the United States to make appearances in IMPACT Wrestling. Alongside tag-team partner David Finlay, he won the IMPACT Tag Team Titles at Sacrifice. 

FinJuice were able to retain the Tag Team Championships against The Good Brothers in a rematch at IMPACT Rebellion on Sunday.

H/T Fightful

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