Damian Priest addresses Finn Balor situation after Money In Bank 2023

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Damian Priest has now commented on his WWE future following his Money in the Bank ladder match win.

Following his July 1 ladder match victory, Priest now owns a briefcase containing a contract which will allow him to cash-in and have a championship match at any WWE show he choses.
Speaking during the post-Money in the Bank press conference, Priest explained that he has a pretty good idea about how he’s going to use his no-notice title shot:

“I don’t go around asking advice [on] how to do a Chokeslam, right? So, we know what the deal is. I see an opportunity, I cash in, (and) win a title.
“You know, that’s the goal. So, for me, do I seek advice? Yeah, maybe if it’s right there in front of me, of course, it’d be silly of me not to take advice from somebody who’s been there (and) done that.
“But ultimately, I’ve been doing things my way, and so far, my way has been working. So, I have a pretty good idea of what I wanna do with this (MITB briefcase)

Following his victory, Damian Priest came out to intimidate World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins during his match against Priest’s fellow Judgment Day member Finn Balor.
Following a miscommunication, Balor was distracted long enough for Rollins to capitalise and retain his title.

Addressing these events, Priest said:
“Look, sometimes there are misunderstandings, and to be fair, we have had few lately.
“But, as far as The Judgment Day is concerned or Finn Balor and I are concerned, we’re brothers. Everything is good.
“I think he wasn’t sure if I was there to cash in on him, which wasn’t the goal, it wasn’t an idea of mine, I did not want to do that.”

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