When it was recently announced that Judgement Day would open WWE Raw again, fans were devastated. Social media users expressed dissatisfaction on Twitter due to the stable’s recent monotonous promotional material. The cries underscore the need for novelty and a change of pace, stressing the necessity of interesting and novel material to rekindle the fans’ passion for the game.

The faction is currently adorned with gold, with Dominik Mysterio holding the title of NXT North American Champion, Finn Balor, and Damian Priest holding the title of Tag Team Champion, and Rhea Ripley holding the title of Women’s World Champion. Priest’s tremendous presence in the wrestling arena is further enhanced by their use of the Money in the Bank contract.

According to WWE Superstar Austin Theory, Grayson Waller and he owe The Judgement Day gratitude.

Damian Priest and Finn Balor recaptured the WWE Tag Team Championships, which they had lost at Fastlane 2023, in a remarkable return to RAW. WWE’s Austin Theory, speaking on The Bump, shed light on the intriguing victory. The story takes an interesting turn as Theory revealed their deliberate actions on SmackDown to undermine Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso, ultimately setting the stage for Priest and Balor’s triumph.

In a bold statement, the former US Champion asserted that he and his tag team partner deserve heartfelt gratitude for their significant contributions to the Judgement Day event. He exuded confidence in their undeniable skill and dedication, emphasizing their rightful place in wrestling history’s indelible legacy.

Theory said; “Main Event Jey Uso and Cody Rhodes, are they the tag team champions right now? Uh-uh, I didn’t think so, okay? I didn’t think so. Yeah, thanks to me because I beat them down. Me and Grayson Waller, we wore them down. When they showed up on Monday Night RAW, Judgment Day, you know what they did? Swooped in…They do [owe Theory a ‘Thank You’]” an article from sportskeeda.com shared.

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