Finn Balor teases potential team up with Undertaker and Kane at Survivor Series

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Ever since he was signed and thrust into NXT, it has been clear that the WWE have very big plans for Finn Balor.

The Irishman is one of the best wrestlers in the entire world, has an exciting in-ring move-set and incredible natural charisma.

Everything about Balor screams future WWE World Heavyweight Champion, and the man who can unleash a Demon has teased a potential WWE debut.


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Balor Debuting?

According to a report from Wrestling Inc, Balor has seemingly linked himself with making an appearance at the Survivor Series PPV, teaming up with The Undertaker and Kane.

"A fan who attended Friday's WWE NXT panel in London just sent word that NXT Champion Finn Balor teased he might help Kane and The Undertaker battle The Wyatt Family at WWE Survivor Series," Marc Middleton of Wrestling Inc wrote.

Potential Ruse

The site did go on to downplay the rumor, however, saying that it could be possible that Finn was just teasing WWE fans again like he did the last time WWE came to England. On that occasion, Balor showed himself in a phone box on the RAW stage.

The Undertaker and Kane still need to fill out their team if they're going to have a traditional elimination match at Survivor Series, so who better than Balor - who lets the Demon take over at special events - to team up with the Deadman and the original Demon, Kane.

Wrestling fans will be hoping this won't be just another ruse from Balor, because to see him debuting in such an important matchup, alongside two WWE icons, would be incredible and a fantastic start to his main roster career.

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