In the latest episode of WWE SmackDown, Judgment Day member Finn Balor stepped into the ring to face off against the formidable AJ Styles. As the aftermath of the show unfolded, Dominik Mysterio, a key figure in the Judgment Day faction, took to Instagram to deliver a message dedicated to both Balor and Damian Priest.
The Judgment Day faction, led by Edge initially and later succeeded by Finn Balor, is currently embroiled in a heated feud with several WWE Superstars, including Cody Rhodes, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Jey Uso. Their recent target on SmackDown was none other than the Phenomenal One, AJ Styles.
On his Instagram account, Dominik Mysterio shared a photo featuring himself alongside the reigning Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions, adding intrigue to the ongoing storyline. Mysterio accompanied the image with a concise yet cryptic two-word message that read, “The Boys…😈⚖️#thejudgmentday #missedyoumami.”
This message has left fans speculating about the intentions of the Judgment Day faction and the dynamics within the group as they continue their ongoing rivalry in the WWE.
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Dominik Mysterio, who currently holds the NXT North American Championship, is set to defend his title in the near future against the formidable Mustafa Ali, adding another layer of complexity to his already intense journey within the WWE.
On WWE RAW, the 26-year-old was recently involved in a heated confrontation with “The American Nightmare” Cody Rhodes, who demonstrated his dominance by taking out both Dominik and JD McDonagh.
Regarding the leadership within the Judgment Day faction, Rhea Ripley, one of its prominent members and the Women’s World Champion, clarified that the group operates without a designated leader. She emphasized that every member’s input is valued equally, and they collaborate as a collective unit.
“The Judgment Day, we don’t really have a leader. We all sort of just listen to each other and we give each other advice. I’m just bossy at the end of the day. I’m just very, very bossy. I think things through a little bit more. Yes, I do have anger issues at the same time, but with the boys especially I think things through. I think the plan through. Yeah, we just help each other out.”
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With The Judgment Day currently comprising four champions, including Rhea Ripley holding the Women’s World Championship, the faction continues to be a formidable force within the WWE landscape.