Former WWE star makes in-ring return after 7 months hiatus

WWE is a Stamford-based wrestling promotion at the top of the industry today [Photo courtesy of WWE
WWE is a Stamford-based wrestling promotion at the top of the industry today [Photo courtesy of WWE's Official Website]

A former WWE Superstar has just made his in-ring return tonight after missing action for seven months due to an injury. The star in question would be Juice Robinson.

Formerly known as CJ Parker, he had a brief run with the promotion, when he competed at WWE NXT for three years before venturing to NJPW, and then AEW.

Almost two weeks ago at Double or Nothing, The Stray Bullet made his return, providing an assist to the rest of Bullet Club Gold who were in a trios match against Death Triangle. This was a timely appearance as it helped the faction defend their Unified World Trios Titles.

Tonight on Rampage, he teamed up with Austin and Colten Gunn as they faced off against Caleb Crush, Tyler Payne, and Chris Wilde. This was the first time this trio had shared the ring since October. Tonight, they barely broke a sweat in their encounter, even after coming together after a long break.

Juice Robinson was tagged in immediately and he showed no signs of ring rust, as he ran through all three of his opponents before hitting his The Juice is Loose finisher on the legal man for an easy win for The Bang Bang Gang.

After the match, despite the math not adding up, Jay White appointed the former WWE Superstar as a quarter of the Unified Trios Champions, much to the confusion of the commentary desk.

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