Seth Rollins is still riding high as World Heavyweight Champion, and he is currently involved in an angle with the Judgment Day faction. That doesn’t mean he’s taking over the group.

A report is making the rounds that Seth Rollins was being considered to lead the Judgment Day stable. This stemmed from a hypothetical question that a WWE insider threw out there that some fans took the wrong way. Now, we must clear things up.

Ringside News has confirmed with a tenured member of the WWE creative team that Seth Rollins was never slated to lead the Judgment Day stable. There are also no plans for him to take the reins of the popular WWE faction.

Seth Rollins is actually running through the Judgment Day stable. This was a good start for his WWE World Heavyweight Championship reign. Rollins already beat Damian Priest in his first televised World Heavyweight Championship defense, and he has Finn Balor to worry about at Money in the Bank on July 1st.


Only time will tell what happens in this situation with the Judgment Day. They very well could be a stable that sees movement in their ranks. While fans see apparent teases for JD McDonagh’s inclusion in the faction, Damian Priest is also showing some discontent.

Judgment Day quickly became one of WWE’s most featured acts, with Dominik Mysterio and Rhea Ripley’s storyline doing amazing things on social media and with live fan reactions. It’s hard to find a hotter heel than Dom Dom right now. He will face Cody Rhodes at Money in the Bank in London’s O2 Arena, the same event where Seth Rollins will take on Finn Balor.

Seth Rollins is also a fighting champion, and he is slated to defend his World Heavyweight Championship against Bron Breakker at NXT Gold Rush on June 20th, weeks prior to Money in the Bank. We will have to see how that goes, because Rollins’ status as champion could become even more unpredictable the moment a new Mr. Money in the Bank is crowned.

What’s your take on WWE’s booking for Judgment Day and Seth Rollins? Sound off in the comments!

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