Female WWE Star Attacks Finn Balor [Video]

Female WWE Star Attacks Finn Balor [Video]

Finn Balor was featured during WWE's live event in Moline, Illinois, on December 17, 2022. While The Judgment Day member, Finn Balor did not wrestle in a match, he crossed paths with Mia Yim.

Finn Balor appeared on Saturday's show to support Rhea Ripley, Dominik Mysterio and Damian Priest. The Judgment Day trio faced Mia Yim, Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson of The O.C. in a six-person tag team match.

As expected, Finn Balor halted the opposing team's momentum via interference, pulling Karl Anderson's leg during a crucial stage of the match. However, Finn Balor was soon ejected from ringside by the referee. Mia Yim followed this up with a body slam, sending Finn Balor away from the action.

You can check out how things unfolded in the video below:

The Judgment Day emerged on the losing side, as Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson successfully executed a Magic Killer on Dominik Mysterio for the finish.

Finn Balor's ally Rhea Ripley has also body-slammed a male WWE Superstar

Several weeks before the recent in-ring spot between Mia Yim and Finn Balor, Rhea Ripley did the same with Luke Gallows on WWE television.

As seen in the clip above, The Judgment Day member attacked Luke Gallows outside the squared circle during an episode of WWE Raw in October 2022. Right after Rhea Ripley body-slammed the veteran heavyweight, it became one of her most viral and memorable moments on WWE Raw. 

Rhea Ripley has been involved in many more intergender on-screen scenarios since aligning with The Judgment Day. Speaking to Wes Styles of Rock 96.7 back in November, Rhea Ripley revealed:

"I invite the boys to hit me back. It's not my fault that they don't." Ripley added, "So, I'm not going to hold back just because they are. I'm gonna pick them up. I'm gonna slam them. I'm gonna hit them. I'm gonna do anything that I want to do." 

Rhea Ripley also challenged Luke Gallows to punch her in an intriguing faceoff. The back-and-forth between them could be a recurring sight on WWE television as long as The O.C. and The Judgment Day continue to feud.

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