Judgment Day is one of the most popular stables in WWE, and there is a reason for it. Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio, and Rhea Ripley are dominating WWE at this point, and they also recently made a jump to NXT.

After Dominik Mysterio’s NXT North American Title win over Wes Lee on NXT this week, a lot of fans had questions. It is apparent that the company is very happy with how things are progressing.

PW Insider reports that WWE is internally very happy with Judgment Day and everything the stable has done so far. They are also getting credit for boosting NXT’s name value as well.

WWE is absolutely thrilled with Judgment Day appearing on WWE NXT programming, internally crediting it with helping to raise the audience in recent weeks, PWInsiderElite.com can confirm.


With Dominik Mysterio winning the WWE NXT North American Championship, expect to see the belt seen on Monday Night Raw.

The outlet also reported that, “there are plans in place for at least the next month, possibly longer, for members of Judgment Day to appear regularly on NXT TV as well, beyond the 2023 Great American Bash PPV.”

We previously reported that WWE NXT brought in an overnight average of 746,000 viewers, with a .21 in the 18 to 49 demographic. That success is being credited to Judgment Day, and everything they bring to the table.

We will have complete coverage of NXT, and everything surrounding the brand, right here at Ringside News. Keep checking back for more as we continue monitoring this ongoing story.

Judgment Day certainly brought a lot of star power to NXT, but is it really helping the brand as a whole? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

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