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Finn Balor has finally cancelled his WWE return for the mean time.

Over some time now, RAW has indeed recorded lots of useful and remarkable champions ranging from top to bottom.

Finn Balor won the WWE Universal championship title against Seth Rollins at Summerslam which made him to become the first Universal champion ever recorded in the WWE. Unfortunately, Finn had to give up the championship title due to injury which he sustained during the match. Finn was sidelined and was scheduled to return in six months time.

Finn is recovering speedily and was scheduled to return at Roadblock or at Royal Rumble. Balor spoke to Sam Roberts on his podcast and detailed the extent of his current rehab regimen, stating that he does six-hour sessions. He revealed that he has a rehab session for three hours in the morning followed by another session in the afternoon that lasts another three.

The Demon King informed Roberts that his situation was currently improving but he would not make it in time for the upcoming RAW pay per view Roadblock: End of the Line in Pittsburg, PA on 18 December. Balor also ruled out an appearance at the Alamodome in San Antonio, TX for the Royal Rumble.

Balor, however, was optimistic about his chances of making it back to Monday Night RAW in time for WrestleMania 33. There are no plans for Balor’s WrestleMania debut as of yet, but it seems possible that he would go after the WWE Universal Championship, given the fact that he never lost the title in the first place.