Finn Balor brilliantly trolls Chris Jericho during WWE house show

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The WWE is at its best when it is fun. That is just an undeniable fact.

It is why WWE fans around the world love the likes of The New Day and the team of Enzo Amore and Colin Cassady. They just have fun whenever they are on the mic and inside the squared circle. And it is contagious.

Some members of the roster are currently touring Australia and New Zealand. One of those is Finn Balor, who is having a lot of fun.


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Balor, who's only just moved up from NXT, is obviously settling in well as he showed in his match with Chris Jericho at a house show on the tour.

A fan in the audience caught a clip of the Irishman having stolen Jericho's scarf and parading around the ring in it, much to the ire of Y2J.

You can watch the fantastic footage here...

That is some top notch trolling, Mr Balor. The best way to describe that walking with the scarf on would be strutting. 

In the background, you can clearly see Jericho looking absolutely furious, remonstrating with the referee and demanding his scarf back.

That is some veteran heel work from Jericho, first to just wear the douchiest scarf we have ever seen, and then to get heat from the crowd by being furious with Balor for taking it. Never change Chris.

Finn, on the other hand, is well on his way to being a fan favourite. If he were to pull something like this off on an episode of Raw, mocking Seth Rollins in the process, he would get so over. 

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