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FinJuice in December 2019
Tag team
Members David Finlay
Juice Robinson
Heights Finlay:
1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Debut August, 2017
Years active 2017-present
Promotion(s) NJPW
Trainer NJPW dojo

FinJuice is a professional wrestling tag team made up of David Finlay and Juice Robinson. The team name consists of Finlay's surname and Robinson first name Juice. Trained in the dojo of the New Japan Pro-Wrestling promotion, the two came together as a team, in August 2017. In December 2019, the duo won the 2019 World Tag League, followed by the IWGP Tag Team Championship in January 2020, before losing it one month later. Through a partnerships between NJPW and the American promotions Ring of Honor (ROH) and Impact Wrestling (Impact) where FinJuice also worked for ROH forming the LifeBlood stable and also work for Impact Wrestling (Impact).


New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2015, 2017–Present)[]

Both David Finlay and Juice Robinson, entered the New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) dojo in 2015 and made their debuts for the promotion the during the same year. After Finlay and Robinson joined the Taguchi Japan stable in January 2017, Finlay and Robinson formed a tag team named "FinJuice", consistifg on Finlay's surname and Robinson first name Juice. FinJuice worked mostly on the- midcard during the year, sometimes in tag team or multi-man tag matches. On July 7, 2018 at G1 Special in San Francisco, Robinson defeated Jay White to win the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship. On September 15 at Destruction in Hiroshima, FinJuice teamed with their Taguchi Japan stablemate Ryusuke Taguchi unsuccessfully challenging Bullet Club (Taiji Ishimori, Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa) for the NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Championship. On September 30 at Fighting Spirit Unleashed, Robinson lost the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship to Cody. In November, FinJuice took part in the 2018 World Tag League, finishing the tournament with a record of eight wins and five losses, failing to advance to the finals. Their final block match against Best Friends (Beretta and Chuckie T.) ended by disqualification, when Chuckie T. attacked Finlay with a chair.

On January 4, 2019, at Wrestle Kingdom 13 in Tokyo Dome, Robinson regained the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship defeating Cody in a rematch. The following day at New Years's Dash, FinJuice faced Best Friends in a rematch, which ended by disqualification, when Chuckie T. attacked Finlay with a chair for a second time. On January 30 on the first night of The New Beginning in USA, Finlay defeated Chuckie T. in their match. On February 2 on the second night of The New Beginning in USA, Robinson successfully defended the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship against Beretta. On February 23 in the second night of Honor Rising: Japan, FinJuice unsuccessfully challenged The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe) for the ROH World Tag Team Championship. During the match, Finlay suffered a shoulder injury, sidelining him for eight months. On June 5, Robinson lost the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship to the debuting Jon Moxley. On October 14, Moxley would miss the King of Pro-Wrestling due to travel delays due to Typhoon Hagibis, and as a result, the title has was declared vacant. At King of Pro-Wrestling, Robinson was defeated by Lance Archer in a no disqualification match for the vacant IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship. After the match, Robinson was attacked by Archer until Finlay returned from injury and made the save. On November 9 at New Japan Showdown in San Jose, Finlay unsuccessfully challenged Archer for the IWGP United States Heavyweight Championship. From November 16 until December 8, Robinson and Finlay took part in the 2019 World Tag League, which the two won by defeating former IWGP Tag Team Champions Los Ingobernables de Japon (EVIL and SANADA) in their last round-robin match.

On January 4, 2020 in the first night of Wrestle Kingdom 14 in Tokyo Dome, Finlay and Robinson defeated the Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa) to win the IWGP Tag Team Championship. They lost the titles back to the Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa) on February 1 at The New Beginning in USA. In August, due to the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, Finlay and Robinson were unable to work on NJPW events in Japan, leading them to take part in NJPW Strong series. However, due to a leg injury, Robinson was forced to miss the series. Despite Robinson's injury, Finlay reached the finals of the New Japan Cup USA losing to KENTA in the finals on August 21. From November 15 until December 6, Robinson and Finlay took part in the 2020 World Tag League, finishing the tournament with a record of six wins and three losses, advancing to the finals of the tournament. On December 11, Robinson and Finlay were defeated in the finals by Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa).

Ring of Honor (2019)[]

In January 2019, FinJuice took part in Ring of Honor (ROH)'s television tapings the formation of Lifeblood, with the goal of bringing honor back to ROH; the stable included Tracy Williams, Bandido, Mark Haskins and Tenille Dashwood. Lifeblood defeated Jay Lethal's handpicked team of Jonathan Gresham, Flip Gordon, Dalton Castle and Jeff Cobb in the main event. Finlay and Robinson, representing Lifeblood, participated in the Tag Wars Tournament. In the first round, they defeated Alex Coughlin and Karl Fredericks, and in the semi-finals, they won in a three-way match over Lethal and Gresham and Coast 2 Coast (LSG and Shaheem Ali). In the final, they were defeated by Villain Enterprises (Brody King and PCO). FinJuice left Ring of Honor in June due to the wanting to return to their home promotion New Japan Pro-Wrestling, as well as citing complains about low salary from ROH.

Impact Wrestling (2021–Present)[]

On February 13, 2021, at No Surender, FinJuice appeared on Impact in a pre-taped vignette, announcing that FinJuice would make their debut at the Impact tapings, as part of a partnership between Impact and New Japan Pro Wrestling. However it was reported by Pro Wrestling Insider that FinJuice were suposed to debut in 2020, with their debut being delayed due to a scheduling issue which led to their debut being pushed back. On March 13, 2021 at Sacrifice, FinJuice defeated The Good Brothers (Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson) to win the Impact World Tag Team Championship. On May 17, 2021 at Impact! After FinJuice retained their Impact Tag Team Championships against Ace Austin and Madman Fulton they would lose in the same night to Violent By Design (Joe Doering and Rhino) after they cashed thier Call Your Shot Gauntlet opportuniy against them.

Championships and accomplishments[]

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New Japan Pro Wrestling
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Heavyweight Aaron HenareBad Luck FaleChase OwensDavid FinlayEVILFred RosserGreat-O-KhanHirooki GotoHiroshi TanahashiHiroyoshi TenzanHiroyoshi TenzanJeff CobbJuice RobinsonJay WhiteJon MoxleyKazuchika OkadaKENTAKota IbushiKarl FredericksLance ArcherMinoru SuzukiSANADASatoshi KojimaShingo TakagiTama TongaTanga LoaTetsuya NaitoTogi MakabeTomoaki HonmaTomohiro IshiiToru YanoTaichiTom LawlorWill OspreayYoshi-HashiYuji NagataYujiro TakahashiZack Sabre Jr.
Junior heavyweight Alex CoughlinBUSHIClark ConnorsEl DesperadoEl PhantasmoGedoHiromu TakahashiJadoKevin KnightMaster WatoRobbie EaglesRocky RomeroRyu LeeRyusuke TaguchiShota UminoShoTaka MichinokuTiger MaskTaiji IshimoriThe DKCYoshinobu KanemaruYohYota TsujiYuya Uemura
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Red Shoes UnnoHiro SaitoKazuo YamazakiKuniaki KobayashiKatsuyori ShibataMilano Collection A.T.Seiji SakaguchiSuper Strong MachineTakaaki KidaniWataru Inoue
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Active IWGP World HeavyweightNEVER OpenweightIWGP United States HeavyweightIWGP Tag TeamIWGP Junior HeavyweightIWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag TeamNEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag TeamKOPWStrong Openweight
Inactive Asia HeavyweightAsia Tag TeamIWGP HeavyweightIWGP IntercontinentalIWGP Provisional Tag TeamIWGP U-30 OpenweightJ-CrownNWA North American Tag TeamNWA International Junior HeavyweightNWF HeavyweightNWF North American HeavyweightThe Greatest 18 Club
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Current G1 ClimaxWorld Tag LeagueNew Japan CupBest of the Super JuniorsSuper Jr. Tag Tournament
Defuncted World LeagueMSG LeagueIWGP LeagueWorld Cup TournamentTop of the Super JuniorsSuper J CupMSG Tag LeagueJapan Cup Tag LeagueSuper Grade Tag LeagueG1 Tag LeagueJ Sports Crown Openweight 6 Man Tag TournamentG2 U-30 ClimaxKarl Gotch CupYoung Lion Cup
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