WWE has a lot of big stories going right now, and The Bloodline saga still reigns supreme over everything else creative has to offer. That storyline is handled by a very select group of people, leaving the company’s own writers unaware how things will unfold. That being said, nothing lasts forever, but a replacement is already in line.

The Judgment Day have been going for over a year now, and the stable has seen a bit of an evolution as time went on. There was even a rumor about a supernatural element to the stable, but that never transpired. It appears that WWE has big plans for that stable.

WRKD Wrestling noted that The Judgment Day storyline will be a replacement for the Bloodline Saga. That being said, there is a lot going on in WWE.

WWE see Judgement Day as the successor to The Bloodline’s storyline, in terms of fan interest and longevity.


The Judgement Day’s segments frequently gain major interest in the quarter-hour ratings and will continue to be a center point of shows moving forward.

WWE is always building for the next big thing, and that is how they’ve been able to stay in business for so long. Only time will tell what’s next for the Bloodline and Judgment Day, but things are certainly getting more interesting every week.

Dominik Mysterio won the NXT North American Title this week on the show. That was quite a shocker. With Jey Uso challenging Roman Reigns for the Universal Title at SummerSlam, anything is possible in WWE.

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