Finn Balor says he has unfinished business with Roman Reigns after controversial finish at Extreme Rules.Finn Balor hopes to have a rematch with the current Undisputed WWE Universal champion after the Clash At The Castle event.
The current leader of the Judgment Day group, Finn Balor, was recently interviewed on the WWE show El Brunch. The Prinxe answered some questions on issues related to the rivalries that he has in WWE, he assured that he still has pending accounts with the current holder of the WWE Unified Universal Championship, Roman Reigns.
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Here is what Finn Balor have to say about his unfinished business with Roman Reigns
“Well, I think Roman Reigns and I have a lot of unfinished business. There was a bit of a questionable ending to our last match at Extreme Rules when the top rope mysteriously snapped in our Championship match. I feel like there should be a rematch between Roman and myself. Hopefully we’ll get to that soon after Clash at the Castle.” H/T Fightful
Balor also touched on the segment where he teamed up with Judgment Day, betraying Edge in the process. Balor explained that he doesn’t like the idea of veteran wrestlers trying to control younger ones.
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“I wouldn’t say we were friends, we were more colleagues. I have many colleagues, very few friends. This idea of older wrestlers wanting to control younger wrestlers, or how they view younger wrestlers, is too old fashioned and not very progressive, and it’s not something I appreciate. I don’t like putting people down or looking down on me. I feel like that’s what Edge was doing to Priest and Rhea and me, and we needed to put an end to that.”
As you remember, Finn Balor was invited by Edge to be part of Judgment Day on the RAW show on June 6. ‘The Prinxe’ accepted the offer, however, Edge suffered an attack by the other two members, Rhea Ripley and Damian Priest, and Balor took control of the group.