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Another Wrestler Is Teasing Leaving The Judgment Day

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The Judgment Day faction, which has emerged as a formidable force on WWE programming, could be facing yet another shake-up as rumors suggest that another member might be considering leaving the group.

Over the past year, The Judgment Day has established itself as a dominant faction on WWE television, captivating audiences on both RAW and NXT with their compelling storylines and performances. Fans have lauded the group for their contributions to WWE programming and their collective impact on the wrestling landscape.

Originally led by Edge, The Judgment Day comprised notable talents such as Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley, underlining its significance within WWE’s roster. However, Edge’s desire to step away from the faction prompted a leadership change, with Finn Balor assuming the reins. Subsequently, new members like Dominik Mysterio and JD McDonagh were added to the fold, further solidifying the group’s status as a powerhouse entity.

Recent developments have hinted at potential discord within The Judgment Day, particularly in the aftermath of WrestleMania 40 and with the impending WWE Draft on the horizon. Damian Priest, who recently ascended to the status of World Heavyweight Champion, has teased the possibility of breaking away from the faction as he embarks on a new chapter in his career.

On this week’s RAW, Priest told Judgment Day members that they need him more than he needs them.

Adding fuel to the speculation is the latest social media activity of JD McDonagh, whose tweet following Monday’s episode of RAW hinted at a potential departure from The Judgment Day. McDonagh’s tag team loss alongside Santos Escobar to Ricochet and Andrade has fueled speculation about his future within the faction.

Here’s what McDonagh tweeted after the loss:

“I’m sore.

I’m tired.

I’m pi$$ed off.

And I think I’ve helped Judgment Day more than Judgment Day has helped me.”

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