Finn Balor is recognized in the ring for his great persona and extraordinary skills. He has been loved by the audience both as a babyface as well as a heel. Currently leading the heel stable ‘The Judgement Day’, Finn Balor is setting an example of a brilliant leader.
He was originally the rival of the stable which was led by Edge back then. The stable additionally consisted of Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley. Later on, Finn Balor conspired with these two to turn against Edge and was able to do so.
However, when the management told him to turn heel, he wasn’t fully convinced. Speaking on ‘SHAK Wrestling’ YouTube Channel, Balor opened up on his heel turn. He said that there were many things that needed to be adapted very soon since things in the company changed pretty soon.
He was informed about this in advance and was asked not to tell anyone about the same. “Even when I was told the news about what was going to happen tomorrow, I wasn’t fully convinced. You just take it and go okay, if that happens that’ll be interesting, but we’ll see tomorrow if that happens,” said Balor.
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Finn Balor defeated Edge in ‘I Quit’ match
The stable led by Balor was in rivalry with the Mysterio family. They also targeted Dominik Mysterio, son of Rey Mysterio to turn heel. Dominik initially was adamant to not do so but eventually gave in. He is also a big and important part of ‘The Judgement Day’ now.
Balor has dominated over Edge in their last feud at WWE Extreme Rules. The entire stable went against Edge and mentally and emotionally defeated him by hitting Beth Phoenix terribly sandwiched between chairs. Let’s see how a broken Edge takes on the leading ‘heels’ of the company.
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