Huge mystery about Finn Balor's injury

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Huge mystery about Finn Balor's injury

One of Raw's biggest signings in the latest edition of the Draft was that of Finn Balor, who after spending nearly two years at NXT returned to the main roster upon WWE's return to the arenas. But his status is currently a source of discussion due to a possible injury that caused him to miss a stage of the tour that WWE is completing on English soil in these days.

In the episode of Raw before the departure, Finn Balor defeated Chad Gable by suffering a bad fall on the ankle, a blow that scared his fans given the obvious problems he encountered in concluding the dispute. Despite this, The Prince regularly left for Great Britain, battling during the first week in a series of Fatal 4-Way valid for the United States title against Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Damian Priest and in the second week in singles matches.

against Sheamus. But at the live event on Tuesday night in Nottingham, Finn Bàlor did not fight, in what was seen as a precautionary measure to allow him to recover from a probable physical discomfort.

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However, to the delight of his fans, last night, in Manchester, the former universal champion made his return to the ring for the final leg of the tour, dispelling any hypothesis of a serious injury.

On this occasion, Finn Balor teamed up with Cesaro to face Sheamus and former NXT UK champion Walter, with the company probably choosing to have him exhibited in a tag team match to give him further rest. It therefore seems that his possible absence from Survivor Series is out of the question, an event in which Finn Bàlor will be part of Team Raw together with Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Rey Mysterio and Bobby Lashley to face the Team SmackDown composed by Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, King Xavier, Sami Zayn and Happy Corbin.

Finn Balor spent the first few months as the NXT Champion in his second reign with the title that started in September 2020. Finn Balor had an impressive run that lasted for 212 days before dropping the gold to Karrion Kross at NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver.

He then challenged Kross for a Championship rematch on an episode of NXT in May but was unsuccessful in winning the title. The Prince then went on a brief hiatus, and two months later, in July, he returned to Friday Night SmackDown. He defeated Sami Zayn and then went on to challenge the Universal Champion Roman Reigns.