The Judgment Day has been one of the strongest teams in WWE for more than a year. The group, which is made up of Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio, is the major draw of Monday Night RAW right now.
Rhea is the Women’s World Champion, Damian Priest is Mr. Money In The Bank, and Dominik is the current NXT North American Champion.
Even though the four horses work well together, there is always room for more. Here, we’ll look at four giants who could join The Judgment Day before 2023 is over.
#4: JD McDonagh is now a part of The Judgment Day.
JD McDonagh is the most likely new member to join the group in the past few weeks. On Monday Night RAW this past week, the Irishman even spoke up for Finn Balor.
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Both he and Balor got their start in wrestling in their home country of Ireland, so it’s no secret that they are very close.
In 2020, JD was asked by TV Insider what he thought of Finn. He said that he had always looked up to the past Universal Champion.
“He was the best wrestler in Ireland then and probably now,” Devlin said of Balor. “He was the person I most aspired to be like. He was always the guy I wanted to measure up to and up with. He went from Ireland to Japan to train, as did I. He went to New Japan Pro Wrestling. I went to Zero-One. He went to the States and WWE. I was a couple of years behind him when WWE signed me. We’ve been running the same path for a long time.”
#3: Logan Paul gets more criticism
Today, Dominik Mysterio is without a question the most hated performer in the WWE. As the youngest member of The Judgment Day, he can barely talk in the ring without getting booed.
Logan Paul is another star who gets a lot of heated reactions from the crowd. Even though the YouTuber-turned-pro wrestler can hold his own in the ring, he always uses dirty tricks to win his fights.
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This week, Logan suggested on his IMPAULSIVE that he and Dom team up and become the most hated tag team of all time.
“I had a crazy idea recently for Dom because Dom is super heel right now. Dominik Mysterio cannot get a word out. I’m telling you, he lifts the microphone to his mouth and the whole arena (goes) ‘boo!’ He can’t cut a promo and he plays on it and it’s really working right now, they hate him. Logan Paul, Dominik Mysterio, tag team. The most hated duo of all time, the most hated tag team partners in the WWE just crushing it, running through it cause we have a story arc too. We both did our first WrestleMania together, that was both our first WrestleMania.”
#2: Ciampa gets in touch with his bad side
Tommaso Ciampa is a talent who has shown over the years that he is more than willing to do whatever it takes to win.
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The former NXT Champion became well-known in the WWE brand. But since he joined the main team last year, injuries and bad scheduling have stopped him from reaching his full ability.
If Ciampa does join The Judgment Day, he may find a new part of himself that he didn’t know was there, just like the other members.
#1: A former WWE champion joins the group
Finn Balor was determined to destroy The Judgment Day before he joined the group last year. He and AJ Styles made a team to take on the group. But after giving up, the Irishman joined the rest of the group.
Styles hasn’t given in to the appeal of The Judgment Day yet, unlike Balor. He wants to stay on the righteous road of being a babyface in WWE. On the other hand, it could be said that the last year has been the worst for him because he hasn’t had much to do.
When Ryan Satin asked Finn Balor who he would like to see join The Judgment Day, Finn Balor responded with the Phenomenal One. This was during a recent interview on Out of Character.
“Maybe AJ [Styles] … We haven’t essentially fallen out we’re just not on the same page right now, but that could be interesting, bringing AJ in. His work as a heel is, pardon the pun, but phenomenal, right?”
The only way to know if The Judgment Day will get new members is to wait and see.