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Finn Balor Reveals How Many Years He Has Left As A Wrestler

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 18, 1990) – WWF Wrestling Challenge

On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Wrestling Challenge’.

It was broadcasted from the Allen County Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Indiana and featured pre-taped matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1990’ PPV.

The card can be found right here:

– Koko B Ware vs. Ted Dibiase

– Tugboat vs. Doug Vines

– Battle Kat vs. Paul Diamond

– Bobby Heenan/Barbarian/Haku/Earthquake/Dino Bravo Interview

– Texas Tornado vs. Black Bart

– Paul Roma & Hercules vs. Jim Evans & George Anderson

• Finn Balor Reveals How Many Years He Has Left As A Wrestler

During a recent appearance on WWE’s After The Bell podcast, NXT wrestler Finn Balor talked about his journey in WWE and what the future holds.

Below is what Balor said:

“I wouldn’t change anything because I learned so much. It’s almost like a growing process. You have to go through those growing pains to get to where I am now.”

And everyone’s been through those times in their career, and everybody’s been through sh*tty times in their lives. And I don’t want to say it was a sh*tty time but it was a time that looking back now, I learned more than anything on those three years on RAW and SmackDown.

So, I wouldn’t necessarily change anything but I learned a lot from it and I can take that forward. I’ve still got another, I believe, like 8 years left in me. Not a lot of people have been fortunate enough to have done what I’ve done so fast.

And people always think, ‘Hey, this guy has been around here forever.’ I was like a year on the main roster and had like four matches because I had gotten hurt.

So, I come back and I’m still learning to hit times, do segments, understand what break spots are on live TV, and it’s my fourth match. But people are like, ‘This guy’s established, this guy’s been around.’

It was my fourth match; so even though I was considered the first Universal Champion and all this stuff, beat Roman Reigns on my first night on RAW. I came in so hot that people didn’t realize I was still green, I was still green as hell.”

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