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Robbies Eagles Interview – NJPW, Bullet Club & Challenging for the IWGP Jnr Title at Festival Hall

We were blessed to get an interview with one of Australia’s favourite exports, The Sniper of The Skies Robbie Eagles. After grinding and earning his stripes for years in his home state of New South Wales, and nationally across Australia, Robbie is one of the great success stories.

His hard work finally paying off, he debuted for New Japan Pro Wrestling and has immediately taken the junior division by storm, as well as entering into a hot feud between the popular Chaos and Bullet Club factions.

In this interview we touched on a lot. How he’s doing, the real story of how he got into NJPW, and reflecting on some of his top moments including facing Will Ospreay in Australian Wrestling’s spiritual home Festival Hall and tapping out the legendary Jushin Thunder Liger.

One of our best interviews so please check it out above.

Photo Credit: Digital Beard Photography

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Lord Andy Coyne is Australia's number one commentator and ring announcer. In addition for working for many of Australia's top promotions, his international work includes for the likes of Ring of Honor, Progress and New Japan Pro Wrestling.

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