Finn Balor wants WWE to work with other wrestling companies

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Finn Balor wants WWE to work with other wrestling companies

The wrestling landscape has changed radically in recent years, especially at the end of 2020. No one would have expected the birth of All Elite Wrestling and above all that Tony Khan's Company decided to collaborate with Impact first, and then with the New Japan Pro Wrestling, definitively going to unhinge that long-blocked door.

Important partnerships that are giving fans great moments despite the health emergency, including the arrival of Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows and Kenta in AEW. Finn Bálor also intervened on the issue, albeit in a veiled way, who sent a message to the WWE, asking to collaborate with other federations.

Interviewed on Bleacher Report's microphones, here's what he said: "I know very well how much movement there is at the moment and it's something I've wanted for years. I don't think we should be limited to our contract or just perform for the show the company that hired us.

I think the wrestling world, in general, can benefit from global collaboration, we should all work together. The cross-over between federations has only positive ideas. If I had to go to fight in Japan, Europe or Mexico, I would have no problems, I would do it with pleasure.

I have always been in favor of opening borders, not only between nations but also between wrestling federations."

NXT Champion Finn Balor is one of the top Superstars in WWE

We will see if his message will be accepted or not by Triple H and Vince McMahon, the latter always very reluctant to associate with other companies unless it has an economic return in his favor.

Meanwhile, the Irish fighter will have to defend his NXT Championship from the onslaught of Pete Dunne, tonight at TakeOver Vengeance. Finn Balor recently set a big record on the yellow show, having spent 1115 days there compared to 1112 on the main roster.

A clear sign that the champion has received more opportunities at WWE NXT, which he calls the ideal show, that a quick return to Raw or SmackDown seems very difficult. Finn Balor's reign as the NXT Champion has been hamstrung by injuries, but he has successfully defended the title twice.

He defeated Kyle O'Reilly in two remarkable matches to retain the title. Now, he's preparing for a new challenger. Balor will defend the title against Pete Dunne this Sunday at NXT Takeover: Vengeance Day. If Balor retains the title, he'll have to shift gears and prepare to potentially face Karrion Kross or Edge in the near future.