Finn Balor Talks About Wanting To Create Another Alter-Ego In WWE

Submitted by Matt Boone on December 29, 2017 - 3:13pm
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Finn Balor recently joined The Hardy Boyz -- Matt and Jeff Hardy -- as guests on the latest edition of the WWE Network original series, Table For 3.

During his appearance on the show, Balor spoke about the use of face/body paint in the overall presentation of his character on WWE television.

"It's very hard to explain," Balor said. "It's almost like putting on a mask protects you from people's judgments and lets you completely flow freely, like, with all your aggression and our animosity against anything."

Balor continued, "And I think everyone, deep down, has insecurities issues, especially in this business. And I find that maybe getting to hide behind the paint, so to speak, kind of protects you from those insecurities and helps me channel a different side of my personality that isn't always available to me."

Also during the show, Balor spoke about wanting to add another persona to his list, which includes Finn Balor and "The Demon King."

"Obviously, seeing [the Hardys] continue to evolve the last 25 years, that inspires me to keep evolving my character," said Balor. "And I'm quite happy with how I'm doing at the moment, but I'm always trying to push myself to create something new and I think my main goal going forward over the next five, 10 years would be maybe create another alter ego like you guys have."

Check out the complete episode of Table For 3 by subscribing to the WWE Network at WWE.com.




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