NJPW’s FinJuice Competes at Slammiversary in Return To IMPACT Wrestling

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Former IMPACT World Tag Team Champions FinJuice, David Finlay and Juice Robinson, made their return to IMPACT Wrestling at Slammiversary. The New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) stars were last seen on an episode of IMPACT where they lost the titles when VBD cashed in Rhino‘s opportunity. They returned to aid Scott D’Amore, taking out Madman Fulton and Mahabali Shera in a short tag team match.

The re-addition of FinJuice to IMPACT not only shows that the relationship between IMPACT and NJPW is still well and good but gives them another tag team to only make the tag division that much better. After the quick win over the two monsters, it’s likely they take on the winners of the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship match as they will want those titles back.

We do know that they will be at NJPW’s United States-based show, Resurgence, in August, so that means they are certain to stay around in IMPACT Wrestling for a bit.

More FinJuice is never a bad thing and perhaps they are not the only two NJPW wrestlers to show up at Slammiversary. Make sure to continue following along as the returns and debuts continue to pour in.

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