WWE Star Reveals Low Point Of Current Run

WWE Star Reveals Low Point Of Current Run WWE

After re-signing with the company, former WWE Universal Champion Finn Balor has revealed low point of his current run.

In 2022, Finn Balor turned heel for the first time on the WWE main roster when he joined Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest in The Judgment Day.

The group has become one of the most prominent and popular factions in the entire company since then.

Speaking on the “What’s the Story? Podcast”, Finn Balor revealed that his lowest point of his WWE run was two months prior to his heel turn with The Judgment Day. He said:

“I haven’t said this publicly, ever. But, the two months before I turned heel was probably the lowest I’d been in my career, with respect to investment level, the personal investment.”

“I was just showing up, I was going, ‘Yeah, who do you want me to lose to today?’ It was just kind of the same sh*t that I’d been doing over and over again and I was doing the same act for so long and I just felt like I had so much more to give.”

“But, it wasn’t anyone’s fault. There was a lot of factors that led into this and one of them was COVID because COVID meant that my green card process got all f*cked up and then, because of that, I had to go home to Ireland for two months right before WrestleMania so then I was kind of out of the buildup to WrestleMania.”

“I came back right before WrestleMania, I was left off WrestleMania because there was no time to build a match so that then just starts to f*ck with your brain, going like, sh*t, why am I not on WrestleMania? I’m not good enough.”

“But it wasn’t really that. It was just COVID had locked me in the U.S. for two years so then when the lockdown stopped, I needed to travel to Ireland to get all my visa and paperwork still sorted. That took so long because it’s the backup from the two years.”

On Edge coming up with the idea to have Balor work with The Judgment Day, Finn said:

“That then had an affect on the next couple of months of my career and it was right there that I was kind of left in limbo in the storylines, we’re just throwing sh*t at the wall and it was kind of Edge who was the one who said, ‘No, I want this guy. This guy, we’re not using him enough. I want him in Judgment Day’ and that’s kind of where things started to turn and then we went with the story of putting me and A.J. (Styles) and Liv (Morgan) together as a little kind of faction just so I had someone to turn on.”

“That was literally set up just for me to turn and originally, I was supposed to turn on A.J. but, then it all changed. I turned on Edge because I think someone got injured and they needed to turn Edge back babyface or something like that. One domino falls, the whole stack goes…”

Finn Balor is currently one half of the WWE World Tag Team Champions alongside fellow Judgment Day member JD McDonagh on the Raw brand.

Transcription via POST Wrestling

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