One of the top performers from the current roster of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and world-renowned wrestler Finn Balor was recently in Dubai to promote Wrestlemania 35 in the Middle East.
During his time in the 'City of Gold', he was a guest on the Virgin Radio, Dubai wherein, he answered some of the rather intriguing questions about his career ahead, more specifically about what is in store for him ahead of the biggest calendar event of the organisation, ie; Wrestlemania, come April.
While 'The Demon King' was bombarded with questions about his rivals, whatever goes inside a wrestler's mind when he stands in front of a huge audience, his training regimen and his first day as a WWE Superstar, there was a small moment of light-hearted fun, especially for the Indian members of the 'Balor Club'.March 25, 2019
To the utter surprise of everyone present inside the studio, Balor managed to read out the entire dialogue, which by the way, could have made for a nightmare of a tongue twister for all the other non-Hindi speakers, in one, single attempt.
The former Intercontinental and Universal champion has shown his desire to take on 'The Undertaker' at Wrestlemania 35.
“I would really love to fight Undertaker at WrestleMania, but given the fact that I lost the [IC] title on Monday, I think I'm gonna attempt to convince Stephanie [McMahon] who I know is here at the World Games, to get me a rematch against Bobby Lashley for the IC Title,” Balor said on The Kris Fade Show in the UAE.
However, it is highly unlikely to see the Deadman inside the ring any longer as the 54-year-old Mark Calaway has already made it crystal clear that he is not fit to compete and is contemplating the idea of finally retiring as an in-ring performer for good.
We can't go against nature and make something impossible happen, no matter how badly we would like to watch 'the Devil's favourite son' go against 'the Demon King'. What we can do is laugh a little on how badly that Demon King struggles to recreate a dialogue SRK delivered nearly a decade and a half ago.