The Judgement Day stable saw the recruitment of a new member, Finn Balor. However, upon Balor joining the faction, they turned on WWE Hall of Famer Edge and the former leader was kicked out of the stable. The Judgement Day (Edge, Rhea Ripley, and Damien Priest) had defeated the team of AJ Styles, Liv Morgan and Finn Balor at Hell In A Cell Premium Live Event. During the match, Styles was also seen busted wide open. Fans have been speculating on social media about the addition of the new member and it turns out WWE loves that aspect.
WWE likes the chatter
The WWE fans often speculate on the interesting notes whether a return of a star or addition of a new member to a stable as in case of The Judgement Day. Fans never expected Edge to be removed from the stable. ‘The Rated R- Superstar’ is not injured as some have speculated. Reports suggest that he would not have taken that beatdown on RAW if he was injured.
A report came out recently that Edge did not like the “supernatural” direction that the stable was headed, so he was removed. A tenured member of the creative team told Ringside News that “the speculation about Edge, and everyone guessing is exactly what Vince McMahon, Bruce Prichard, Ed Koskey, Edge and anyone else involved want.”
We were also specifically told that, “they like that chatter. So they will leak out these rumors to anyone who will take the rumors and post them to increase the speculation.” The company is trying to get as much attention on The Judgement Day as possible, therefore, “they think that ‘chatter’ is good for that group and that storyline.”
We will have to see what is next for the stable.