Interesting conversation between Finn Balor and Tama Tonga after WWE SmackDown


Finn Balor returned to WWE Friday Night SmackDown this week and fans were excited to see him in Houston. A friend of his was watching from afar, but Tama Tonga left a very interesting note for The Prince.

Click here for our full coverage of WWE Friday Night SmackDown from this week.

Tama Tonga was paying attention during SmackDown. The moment Balor made his big comeback, he tweeted, “It’s always nice to see #OGPrinxy.” It’s always nice to see the OG Prince and that tweet replied to Balor.

“See you soon brother,” replied Balor. Tama Tonga then gave a simple answer: “See you soon.” We’re not sure how “soon” they plan to see each other, but this conversation is always interesting.

Tama Tonga hasn’t traveled to WWE, but nothing is off the table in today’s pro wrestling landscape. NJPW contracts are often kept close to the vest, so we’re not sure how much time Tonga has with New Japan Pro-Wrestling, but fans would probably welcome an actual Balor club faction at this point.

What’s your take on this little social media conversation? Sound off in the comments!

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