Oh, you've done it now - you've really got under Finn Balor's skin. You've got a title match at the big show on Saturday. Rumour has it that Finn's going to put on his bodypaint. There's no way you're going to win - no way. Nobody's ever defeated the Demon Balor; he's undefeated. You're fucked, mate. But, uh, why? Is it because when Finn puts on the paint, he becomes a different person? He uses different moves, behaves differently - perhaps he becomes more vicious and violent and less forgiving. Well, probably not, because he wrestles exactly the same as he does when he's wearing a leather jacket. Is it because he becomes more resilient, like say The Undertaker did when he had Paul Bearer and his urn? Does he take more punishment than a human should be able to take, and keep on coming? Um, not really. Alright, I've got it! It's to psych his opponent out and put them off their game. Surely not every opponent he's faced wearing the bodypaint has totally no-sold it and behaved as normal? Surely they look a little tentative, at least during the initial lock-up. Only, uh, if memory serves, that's literally never happened. The only plausible explanation for why the Demon is undefeated: it's Finn Balor's lucky bodypaint. Some people have a rabbit's foot or a horseshoe or a condom they've had in their wallets for years, but those things would cause unsightly lines in Finn's trunks. Fortunately, he's got lucky paint. That's the only explanation for why this guy comes out dressed as Jack the Ripper or waving a chainsaw and everybody's selling it like he's the ultimate badass and he's going to consume your soul and then it contributes exactly fuck all to the match. Remember, in the bible, when Satan hit Jesus with a side headlock takeover? The parallels are spooky. Remember, in The Exorcist, when the demon Pazazu looked like it was losing the battle for the girl's soul, but then it snuck up behind the priest and rolled him up with a schoolboy for the three? I didn't sleep for days. Remember Dante's Inferno? The seventh circle of hell was full of demons that got the shit kicked out of them and then sold a concussion. Finn's obviously been taking notes. Thank goodness he's undefeated or that aura of invincibility would totally dissipate. Thank goodness he's not basically inverse Bray Wyatt - wrestling like a normal bloke and constantly winning.