The Full Sail University public gasped at the verge of the October 23 episode of NXT, not because of the treble threat North American Championship game but because of Finn Bálor’s efforts to close the show.
Following Roderick Strong successfully conserved the North American Championship against Keith Lee and Dominic Dijakovic, the Undisputed Era appeared to celebrate before beating down the “Limitless” one.
This accentuates Tommaso Ciampa, who is on aa goal to win back “goldie” from Adam Cole. Before a battle ensued, Johnny Gargano appeared to help out his retired DIY teammate, but the run-ins did not stop there. Finn Bálor refunded to Full Sail to seemingly favor with Ciampa and Gargano but instead assaulted Mr. NXT.
Pursuing the Pele Kick to Gargano, the UE would bring out Ciampa by utilizing the numbers game while Balor proceeded his beat down of Johnny “Wrestling.” The pageant ended with Bálor standing over an inclined Gargano and edging his fingers at the retired NXT Champion like a gun – identical to what he did back in New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Bálor even had aa statement for the NXT faithful in the aspect of a short tweet. Finn refunded to NXT on October 3, alarming the Full Sail crowd. He reached Adam Cole and told that he was NXT and that he is settling him on notice.
“I am going to wrestle whenever, whoever I need,” Bálor told Newsweek solely after his NXT return. “That is something I have been chasing for quite a long time in my career. I do not believe in any boundaries, be it weight degree, country, promotion.
And I want to smash those boundaries. I am here at NXT to do that.” Before Bálor arrived in NXT, he spent eight years in Japan, where he got on by Prince Devitt, constructing the Bullet Club faction in 2013 and behaving as its first leader. It was then that he had aa median streak and earned the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship.