WWE has a lot of things going on right now, especially after Triple H took control of the company’s creative direction. Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio’s heel faction, Judgement Day, continues lighting up Monday Night RAW, but a recent report came out saying that they have fallen out of favor with Triple H.

A report recently came out from WrestleVotes that said Triple H has changed his mind about the Judgment Day stable. It was reported that Triple H “wasn’t really cool” with the heel faction to begin with.

“I know back in late July or early August, whenever this whole shift happened, from what I was told Hunter wasn’t really cool with Judgment Day. Not personally, but he just didn’t like the idea. But since he’s grown behind it, and I think that they’re going to be around for longer than anticipated.”

Ringside News asked around about this, and we were told that this report is not accurate. A tenured member of the creative team confirmed to us that “Triple H has been behind Judgment Day since he put them together, and remains behind them in a really big way.”

We circled back to this subject and asked again before it was 100% confirmed to us that, “Triple H never changed his mind on them at all. He’s always been behind them. Still is.”

We will have to see what’s next for the Judgment Day stable. Obviously, they are getting a lot of attention on WWE television, and only time will tell how far they will go before Triple H decides the stable has run its course.

What’s your take on this situation with the Judgement Day? Sound off in the comments!

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