Juice Robinson apologized for calling himself the American Dream following Sunday’s NJPW Fighting Spirit Unleashed event.
“..and I said something couple of days ago, that I actually want to clarify right now. I said that I was the ‘American Dream’, and I feel like I shouldn’t have to say this, but I’m going to say this because I want to apologize to the Rhodes family. I want to apologize to anybody that I offended. I did not mean that I was the ‘American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes. I did not mean that. There was only one ‘American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes. There will always ever be one ‘American Dream’ Dusty Rhodes, I know that. I loved that guy so much and I respect him so much. I did not mean any disrespect when I said. What I should have said, what I meant was that I’m living my American dream. This is the American dream for me to get here, my version of that. I’m not Dusty Rhodes, nor am I trying to be. But I looked up to him and if a little bit of him has rubbed off to me, I’m better for it. So I want to apologize especially to Dustin Rhodes. I don’t know if he took offense to that, but somebody told me he might have. So I want to apologize.”
You can check out his remarks embedded in the tweet below.
— Pro Wrestling Sheet (@WrestlingSheet) October 1, 2018
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