Finn Balor Clears Up "NXT Dallas: Takeover" Rumor, Reveals His Dream WrestleMania Matches

Source: Ringside Collectibles

Finn Balor recently spoke to Ringside Collectibles during Ringside Fest 2017. During a conversation, he addressed a longstanding gossip and suggested his WrestleMania dream matches.

Balor was asked about that “Demon King” ring clothes was his favorite and he forked to a multi-color pattern he wore during NXT TakeOver: Dallas final year when we shielded a NXT Championship opposite Samoa Joe. Balor certified he primarily suspicion a red and blue multiple looked stupid, though after warmed to a pattern when he saw himself as an movement figure. Balor afterwards put a rumors of him carrying an collision in that compare to rest.

“I wish to tell everyone, there was a gossip that went around that we pooped my pants in that match,” he explained, “but it was indeed a persperate on a baby blue trunks… So when Joe picked me adult for a Muscle Buster and faced a tough cam, my boundary was confronting directly during a tough cam and everybody goes, ‘Oh my God, Finn’s pooped his pants!’ But it was only sweat, and maybe a small bit of Joe’s blood since we destitute him open that day, too.”

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Balor was also asked about that wrestlers he’d wish to go opposite on a grandest theatre of them all, WrestleMania. He couldn’t settle on only one wrestler, so he named a integrate legends and a renouned stream superstar.

“There’s a lot of people we would adore to face… Triple H, Undertaker, AJ Styles. Either one of them, singles, one-on-one. Listen, we could combat 8 matches during WrestleMania if we wanted to. I’m fit.”

Balor and Styles already tore a residence down at a TLC pay-per-view final month, so them battling during WrestleMania would expected furnish fireworks. A compare between a Demon King and The Undertaker would expected embody some epic entrances. Balor’s high-flying, fast-paced proceed would be a sheer contrariety to Triple H’s bruising, smash-mouth style.

You can check out a full talk in a video above. If we use any of a quotes in this article, greatfully credit Ringside Collectibles with an H/T to Wrestling Inc. for a transcription.

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