The WWE’s latest sinister faction, The Judgment Day, is growing stronger as we go by. Leader, Edge has been teasing a number of wrestlers about joining the ominous group. One of those wrestlers is former NXT Champion and recent “Raw” newcomer, Ciampa.
“Yeah, I saw it. I don’t know if he’s fishing for likes, maybe? Or attention?” Ciampa said on El Brunch de WWE. “I don’t partake in the ‘what if?’ game. I’m a bit more of a realist. I’m a bit more of a – take on things that are real, as they come in the present moment.
“It’s hard in any business, especially in this business though – if you get too consumed with the past, which is behind you. You can’t change it. You can’t do anything about it. Where you get too consumed with the ‘what if’s?’ in the future, ‘This might happen,’ you worry, you get anxiety, you get stressed out. I feel like you’re wasting your energy. Instead of doing that, deal with exactly what is going on today …
“I like Edge. We get along. I’ve got to know him quite a bit more since neck surgery. We got to know each other. But if the opportunity comes, it comes. If it doesn’t, that’s OK, too. I’m pretty good as a solo act, but I don’t partake a lot in that social media game that you are – I don’t know. I’m not trying to put stuff out there just to get people talking, it’s not really my thing. If it comes, and it happens, I think it would be a great moment. And if it doesn’t happen, I think I’ll be OK, either way.”
On the grandest stage of them all, Rhea got in the way of AJ Styles winning his victory over “The Phenomenal One.” Just a few weeks later at Backlash, Rhea did the same thing to Edge and declared herself as a new member of The Judgment Day after costing him his match with Styles.