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Kurt Angle suggests that MASSIVE WWE RAW Superstar could LEAVE the company

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Kurt Angle, the legendary wrestler and Olympian, has recently expressed his concerns regarding Finn Balor’s position in WWE.

Balor, despite being a consistent presence on WWE RAW with The Judgment Day, often finds himself on the losing side of significant matches.

This trend was evident in events such as WrestleMania 39, Money in the Bank, and SummerSlam.

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Kurt Angle: Take on Balor’s Future

In a recent episode of The Kurt Angle Show, Angle delved deep into what Balor’s next steps should be, especially if WWE’s creative team doesn’t rally behind him.

Angle remarked, “It would’ve been nice if they had given him this World Title. I think he’s really over, he’s incredibly athletic, and he has a lot of charisma. This kid…if WWE doesn’t end up doing something with him that’s dramatic, I wouldn’t blame him if he went off and went somewhere else. I don’t want to see him do that, because I love the WWE and I think he’s a good fit for them, but they need to start putting this kid over. He deserves it.”

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Balor’s Achievements in WWE

Finn Balor is no stranger to success in WWE. Since joining the company in 2014, he has held several titles, including the Universal, NXT, United States, and Intercontinental Championships.

His achievements underscore the potential he has and the heights he can reach if given the right opportunities.

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