Finn Balor is in the prime of his career, but he’s been through a ton of wars in the process. That put wear and tear on his body over the years, for sure.
While speaking to the New York Post, Finn Balor discussed some of the things that he must keep in mind when entering a brutal match against Pete Dunne. He has previous injuries, and he has already spoken about how this is an issue.
“Obviously you wrestle for 20 years and you are worrying about your own performance and what you want to do and now all of sudden you’re worried about, oh I need to protect this extra injury. It’s not necessarily an injury, it’s more like a weakness. It’s not, oh he has a torn hamstring or something. You got plates in your jaw. You really don’t have any trust in how strong they are until they take an impact and then you go, hey, yeah that’s fine. So it’s getting over that first impact that’s kind of the block in your brain. Slowly getting over that. I’m sure I’ll be 100 percent on Sunday because I have no doubt Pete’s gonna hit me a couple times.”
Finn Balor gives it all every time he’s in the ring. There is no telling what kind of stops he will pull out as he heads into NXT TakeOver: Vengeance Day against The Bruiserweight Pete Dunne.