Bully Ray has an opponent for G1 Supercard.
Bully Ray vs. Juice Robinson was set up for Madison Square Garden at ROH's Road to G1 Supercard show in Baltimore, Maryland on Sunday night. Robinson announced that he's answering Bully Ray's open challenge for a New York City street fight at G1 Supercard.
Silas Young faced Mark Haskins at the Baltimore show, with Haskins getting the pin after referee Todd Sinclair stopped Young from using the ropes for leverage. Bully Ray came out, intimidated the referee, and told him to reverse the decision. Robinson, Tracy Williams, and Bandido made the save when Bully Ray and Young were going to put Haskins through a table.
Robinson then cut a promo, told Bully Ray to get back in the ring, and they went face-to-face. Robinson said he'll be facing Bully Ray at Madison Square Garden.
Bully Ray also responded to ROH and Robinson on Twitter about the match: "1- Suzuki obviously doesn’t have the balls to accept my challenge. 2- I guarantee Juice DOES NOT make it to MSG. #RoadToG1Supercard"
Robinson is the current IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion.
G1 Supercard is taking place on Saturday (April 6) and will air live on HonorClub and New Japan World. Here's the updated card:
- IWGP Heavyweight Champion Jay White defending against Kazuchika Okada
- ROH World Champion Jay Lethal defending against Marty Scurll and Matt Taven in a triple threat ladder match
- IWGP Intercontinental Champion Tetsuya Naito defending against Kota Ibushi
- RevPro British Heavyweight Champion Zack Sabre Jr. defending against Hiroshi Tanahashi
- Title vs. title match: IWGP Tag Team Champions Tama Tonga & Tanga Loa vs. ROH Tag Team Champions PCO & Brody King vs. The Briscoes vs. EVIL & SANADA
- IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion Taiji Ishimori defending against Dragon Lee and Bandido in a triple threat match
- Bully Ray vs. IWGP United States Heavyweight Champion Juice Robinson in a New York City street fight
- Women of Honor World Champion Mayu Iwatani defending against Kelly Klein
- Rush vs. Dalton Castle
- Title vs. title match: NEVER Openweight Champion Will Ospreay vs. ROH TV Champion Jeff Cobb
- 30-entrant Honor Rumble match (pre-show)