Recently there has been some talk within the professional wrestling circuit that now might not be the best time to sign up to WWE, but one certain Irishman is definitely in disagreement.
Finn Balor has explained how signing with the industry was the 'greatest decision of his life' and seems to have no strong desire to push his way onto the main roster, as he is more than happy where he is at NXT.
He told The Sun: "Every day I come into work and I'm continuously blown away by the size of the company and how helpful they are and how willing they are to meet me about any ideas I have. Everything that I've done before here was literally on my own back and they were all my own ideas with no help from anyone."
Despite what many people have said of late and how many members of the WWE Universe feel about the once much-loved company, Balor insists that WWE is succeeding in helping its professional wrestlers, right from the moment they sign up:
"It is an incredible company - incredible staff work behind the scenes helping everyone here, not only myself."
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Perhaps the 33-year-old's praise for the company and seemingly genuine positive attitude because of it, means that more wrestlers such as himself and Hideo Itami might well be better off remaining a part of NXT where they are most certainly crowd favourites, for a prolonged period of time.
It is no secret that starting out on the main roster of WWE as a newcomer is a hard task, but surely if someone such as Balor, has already built up a strong fan base and exciting character within NXT, the next step up within WWE would eagerly welcome his talent to their line up.
For the time being at least, the Irishman who was formerly known as Prince Devitt, is entirely focused on helping NXT as much as it has helped him:
"It has taken me fourteen years to get here so I'm not in any rush to move anywhere! I'm happy here, to be part of NXT. As the saying goes: ‘The future is now.' Hopefully we - myself and the lads - can help NXT reach a new level."
When the time does come for Balor to make an impact on the main roster of WWE, perhaps he will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of fellow Irishman and former WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Sheamus, whose time as part of the industry's top line-up has certainly benefited his character.
What are your thoughts WWE fans? Should the likes of Finn Balor be aiming for the main roster now or remain at NXT?