Finn Balor very rarely brings out his alter ego, The Demon, which is a problem. Fans everywhere love The Demon’s awe-inspiring entrance and everything else associated with the character. The fact that Finn rarely gets to be The Demon has posed a problem for him.

Balor spoke to Not Sam Wrestling, reveals that he has to brush up when he is about to perform The Demon character. Due to not being the character often, he forgets how to do it. This is what he said:

“I do it so infrequently now that I forget how I move as The Demon. I forget the subtle differences in the entrance. I forget like I forget the mannerisms that I used six months ago to represent how The Demon works so like every time I go back to The Demon I have to re-educate myself beforehand and kinda step into that zone, that moment.”

“Now when I go out there I’m Finn Balor, that’s just Fergal. Under all the layers, the leather jacket, entrance music, like you know an extraordinary man who can do extraordinary things like the human that goes out there. When The Demon goes out there I need to like transform like into a different person. So that mindset because it’s not like I’m not tapping into it so often, that’s like a huge challenge for me then. Because I gotta figure out how to do that every time again so sometimes — Right now I’m very comfortable going out there as Finn, but when it comes to The Demon, I gotta re-educate myself again you know when I’m going out there so that’s kinda like an added challenge.”

“At the same time, it adds more mystique to it and makes it more special and I’m just happy how things are coming and here comes TLC.”

The Demon’s inclusion in any match automatically makes it more interesting. Perhaps he will be making an appearance once again at WWE TLC, in his match against Drew McIntyre.

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h/t to Ringside News for the transcription.
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