WWE has a few stables on their roster, and none of them really last. Since most teams in WWE are placed together with the intention of breaking them up, it appears that Judgment Day might be next.
WWE RAW kicked off this week with World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins in the ring for a promo. Then he was interrupted by Damian Priest and Finn Balor from Judgment Day.
Damian Priest was already scheduled to challenge Seth Rollins for the title in the main event. Rollins claimed that Priest wouldn’t be able to win without assistance from Balor. In response, Rollins challenged Priest to face him alone, with the rest of Judgment Day banned from ringside.
Finn Balor was about to argue with Rollins about the stipulation, but Priest unexpectedly cut him off mid-sentence and accepted the challenge. This seemed to be the deal with Judgment Day staying out of the main event.
During the main event, despite the agreement, Finn Balor made his way to ringside. However, Priest seemed upset with Balor’s interference and questioned why he was there. There seemed to be some heat between the two.
Seth Rollins retained his World Heavyweight Championship against Damian Priest. Following the match, he had a staredown with Balor, possibly setting the stage for a title match between them on television in the upcoming weeks or even at Money in the Bank in London on July 1st.
This situation could hint at a splintering for the Judgment Day. This is especially plausible if Finn Balor steps up to face Seth Rollins next, which could create a bit of an issue with Damain Priest. On the other hand, Finn Balor said that Rhea Ripley and Dominik Mysterio have their own business to deal with.
We will keep a close eye on the Judgment Day stable. Only time will tell what happens in the months to come, but anything is possible in WWE.
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