Finn Balor Sends Message To Anyone Who Doesn’t Want To Be In WWE

Finn Balor has sent a massage to every WWE superstar who doesn’t want to be part of the company.

The current member of The Judgment Day has amassed an impressive resume since signing with WWE in 2014, including two-time NXT Champion, United States and two-time Intercontinental Champion and the first-ever WWE Universal Champion.

However, the Irishman knows better than anyone that there is life for wrestlers outside of WWE. He worked his way through India in the UK and made a name for himself in New Japan Pro Wrestling in the late 2000s. Winning the Best of the Super Juniors tournament twice and the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship three times.

Balor was also part of the famous Bullet Club faction, alongside future WWE stars AJ Styles, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson.

It puts the 40-year-old in the perfect place to offer advice to young stars and anyone thinking about leaving WWE. Something he discussed during an appearance on the Cheap Heat Podcast, where he had a simple message for anyone who wanted to leave the company.

Yes, sure, and I tell them to go,’ said Balor. ‚ÄúThere is a whole different world; I tell them to go. Sometimes we get caught up in the bubble that is WWE, and out there is a whole world of wrestling. If anyone doesn’t want to be here, they should go.

If you don’t want to work in WWE, don’t be here: “For me, I want to be here, so that’s why I’m here.”

Balor is currently in the midst of a fight with WWE Hall of Famer, Edge. The Rated R Superstar returned to WWE at SummerSlam after being shelved by the Prince and his Judgment Day friends – after kicking Edge out as the group’s leader.

With Clash at the Castle on the way, it seems likely that Balor will be involved with Edge in some way, although in the same interview he expressed a desire to meet Rey Mysterio at the event in Cardiff on September 3.

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