In theory, Finn Balor's demon persona is amazing. A usually quiet but suave champion has a darker side and he channels that energy into his biggest matches, hence revealing his inner demon. And there's no doubt the paint looks cool, and the entrance is almost breathtaking. But the demon persona doesn't fully work. For one, outside of the paint and crawling in the entrance, Balor doesn't act or wrestle any differently between his two personas. I'd expect a darker demon to be more aggressive and dangerous. But he wrestles just like Balor would normally, and that isn't a problem when he isn't painted. He needs more of an edge, maybe a different moveset and possibly a different finisher as the demon. Another issue is that the demon persona seems kind of forced. Balor just comes out painted for his big matches, but there's no evolution into becoming the demon. If he would slowly morph into the demon when necessary during feuds, like when one becomes more personal, it would make the pay off of seeing the demon logical and more satisfying. Balor seems to don the paint whenever he has a title match, and that's not necessary. He should only become the demon in the most dire circumstances. Plus, evolving into the demon could open storyline possibilities of him trying to suppress his darker side, or accepting to fully embrace the evilness. It could set up a personal conflict for him, and heels could feed off that with storylines. I know the demon persona is wildly popular, and even with its flaws I still love it. But do you think Balor's alter ego concept is flawed? If so, in what ways could it be improved? Or does it even need to be tweaked at all?