Fans of Judgment Day have been able to see the stable pop up in several places in recent memory. Now, it appears the faction is going to stick around Tuesday night.

The popular group is set to make more appearances on WWE NXT. On the recent episode of NXT, Wes Lee, the North American Champion, faced off against Dominik Mysterio in the main event. However, during the match, Judgment Day interfered when Rhea Ripley used her Women’s Title to assist Mysterio in securing the victory, causing Lee to lose his championship.

The latest episode of NXT drew a strong audience, with 746,000 live viewers and a 0.21 rating in the 18-49 demographic on the USA Network. This marks an increase from the previous week’s 671,000 viewers and a 0.20 rating. Notably, it stands as the second-highest ratings of the year and the second-highest total viewership since 2021.

Furthermore, WWE had a successful main event match featuring Finn Balor and Damian Priest against NXT Champion Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams, which contributed to a significant boost in ratings.


For fans of Judgment Day, it’s time to mark your calendars and stay tuned to WWE NXT for more thrilling appearances by the group. The wrestling world is brimming with excitement and anticipation, so be sure not to miss out on any of the action!

According to PW Insider, WWE has no plan to mess up their magic recipe with the Judgment Day stable at this point. If anything, fans will certainly see a lot more of them.

“We are told that currently, 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 will have to see what’s next for the Judgment Day stable in WWE. Obviously, they are gaining a lot of attention. it’s anyone’s guess where that momentum will take them from this point on.

For more on this story, and many more in the pro wrestling world, stay tuned with us here at Ringside News.

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