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Robbie Eagles

UNIT

CHAOS 

HEIGHT

177cm 

WEIGHT

80kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

Feb13, 1990 

Robbie Eagles
HEIGHT
177cm 
WEIGHT
80kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
Feb13, 1990 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Jonestown, New South Wales, Australia 
DEBUT
2008 
FINISH HOLD

450 splash, Pulse Drop (Shiranui), Ron Miller Special

 
TWITTER
@RobbieEagles_ 

BIOGRAPHY

Robbie Eagles is one of the hottest young prospects to come out fo Australia’s burgeoning wrestling scene. Though he appeared on CHAOS’ radar after testing Will Ospreay Down Under, it was BULLET CLUB that wound up swooping in on the young man, recruiting him to team with Taiji Ishimori during the 2018 Super Junior Tag League. 

Eagles showed why he is known as the ‘Sniper of the Skies’, as he used not only impressive high flying ability, but also remarkable submission skills. After returning to NJPW during Honor Rising 2019, he remained strong on everyone’s radars, and looks to be a threat to the junior heavyweight division at large. However, the arrival of El Phantasmo to NJPW in May 2019, threatened to overshadow Eagles and he grew increasingly more distant from the group as Phantasmo’s behavior clashed with Eagles’ sense of sportsmanship. Eagles had a moderately successful Best of the Super Jr. 26, earning a total of 10 points and a challenge to the new IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion, Will Ospreay, in which he was not successful. On June 30, Eagles abandoned BULLET CLUB and finally accepted Ospreay’s offer to join CHAOS.

Robbie Eagles is one of the hottest young prospects to come out fo Australia’s burgeoning wrestling scene. Though he appeared on CHAOS’ radar after testing Will Ospreay Down Under, it was BULLET CLUB that wound up swooping in on the young man, recruiting him to team with Taiji Ishimori during the 2018 Super Junior Tag League. 

Eagles showed why he is known as the ‘Sniper of the Skies’, as he used not only impressive high flying ability, but also remarkable submission skills. After returning to NJPW during Honor Rising 2019, he remained strong on everyone’s radars, and looks to be a threat to the junior heavyweight division at large. However, the arrival of El Phantasmo to NJPW in May 2019, threatened to overshadow Eagles and he grew increasingly more distant from the group as Phantasmo’s behavior clashed with Eagles’ sense of sportsmanship. Eagles had a moderately successful Best of the Super Jr. 26, earning a total of 10 points and a challenge to the new IWGP Jr. Heavyweight champion, Will Ospreay, in which he was not successful. On June 30, Eagles abandoned BULLET CLUB and finally accepted Ospreay’s offer to join CHAOS.

FINISH HOLD

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    Ron Miller Special

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