Major Update On The Judgement Day Losing A Member Very Soon

Shifts Await Within Judgment Day Faction as a Member’s Departure Looms
The Judgment Day faction is on the verge of experiencing a significant change in its lineup, as recent tensions have escalated within the group. These internal conflicts have been brewing throughout the summer, catalyzed by Damian Priest’s acquisition of the men’s Money in the Bank briefcase during the eponymous pay-per-view event. Since then, Priest’s involvement in Finn Balor’s World Heavyweight Championship matches has strained relationships within the faction. This friction led to Balor losing the title at Money in the Bank and being unsuccessful in regaining it at SummerSlam, partly due to Priest’s interference.

The impact of these tensions has been felt not only on Monday Night Raw but also across the wrestling narrative. The unfolding storyline is set to culminate in the departure of a Judgment Day member, a development reported by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. The future indicates that Damian Priest will exit the faction, though whether this will be a voluntary departure or a result of external pressures remains uncertain.

Intriguing hints have recently emerged, suggesting that JD McDonagh could potentially join Judgment Day. Meltzer speculates that this direction holds promise for the group’s evolution, although it’s not confirmed with absolute certainty. The plan to integrate McDonagh into Judgment Day was initially set earlier this year, but Vince McMahon’s intervention paused the process. However, the plan was revived after McMahon’s recovery from spinal surgery in July, during his medical leave.

Comprising Finn Balor, Damian Priest, Rhea Ripley, and Dominik Mysterio, Judgment Day has solidified its position as the premier heel faction on Monday Night Raw over the past year.

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