Since Finn Balor posted a picture of himself and Paul Heyman on Instagram few days ago, social media has been buzzing with speculation that The Demon could make his main roster debut at SummerSlam.
Balor himself has now opened up about the fact that he would love to face The Undertaker one-on-one. In a recent interview with ChannelGuldBlog.com he said:
“That would be a dream match for me to see Finn Bálor versus The Undertaker. It really doesn’t need to be explained more than that. I’ve been very fortunate to talk to Undertaker when I first came in here. We talked about entrances. He gave me a lot of advice that helps me to this day. So I’m very grateful for that. Maybe I’d play a couple of mind games with the Deadman. It would be a little bit fun.”
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DEMON VS DEMON?
Could we see a Demon vs Demon match in the near future? It certainly is feasible, given that Undertaker could be in and around WWE for the next few pay-per-views at least, it would be an interesting match up to see.
As Finn stated, the mind games that the two could play on each other could be interesting to watch and the possibilities are pretty much endless when it comes to their gimmicks.
If Finn does make his debut at SummerSlam and turn heel to become the newest Paul Heyman guy, then this would put Demon vs Demon on the list for the near future and give the fans something incredible to look forward to.
THE DEADMAN'S FUTURE?
Undertaker goes into next Sunday's grudge match as the favourite to come out on top and with Sting not currently billed to be part of the show, it is hard to see how there would be a build to the next match if there is a clean win.
On the other hand, Brock Lesnar would definitely take a hit if he is pinned by Undertaker after being on an incredible run over the past 18 months.
A disqualification ending seems like the appropriate way to have this match finish and in turn it would then allow the rivalry to continue.
Whether it's Kane or Finn Balor who decide to interfere, or even both superstars, it seems that this match is one destined to be remembered for a long time coming.
Both Undertaker and Brock Lesnar will be on Raw on Monday night for the first time since the brawl on the Raw after Battleground and it will be interesting to see how WWE keep the two heavyweights apart.