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WWE Superstar Takes Cheap Shot at Bayern Munich’s Harry Kane With ‘More Silverware’ Jibe
- Finn Balor recently performed in Munich, Germany, and poked fun at Harry Kane while he was there
- Kane was the captain of Tottenham Hotspur but left the club without winning a single trophy
- Balor is a huge fan of Spurs and is one half of the Undisputed Tag Team Champions in the WWE
It’s not every day that the worlds of WWE and football collide.
While WWE superstars have sported football jerseys for the World Cup, and some wade in on the GOAT debate, you won’t just see a wrestler pick a fight with a footballer.
Finn Balor is known for picking fights with fellow wrestlers alongside his teammates in The Judgment Day, but now he’s calling out footballers too.
As noted by SportsKeeda, the first-ever Universal champion has taken a cheap shot at former Tottenham Hotspur striker, Harry Kane.
Why Balor picked on Kane
The Irish superstar is a long-term supporter of the English Premier League side, and appears to still hold a grudge that Kane left them for Bayern Munich in Germany.
While captain of the English club, Kane failed to win any trophies, but the London side have been flying high since his departure.
How Balor poked fun at Kane
The wrestler, who is one half of the WWE Undisputed Tag Team champions, showed off his titles, bragging that he had more than Kane on social media.
He made the post after performing at a live event in Munich.
Could Balor and Kane face off?
While it seems like a long shot, the duo could face off in a WWE ring next year.
WWE announced that they will be holding a special Premium Live Event in Germany next year called Bash in Berlin. Scheduled for August 2024, it is the first time that the company owned by TKO Group Holdings will host a major event in the European country.
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