After a recent turn heel on her tag team partner Liv Morgan, following some losses in pay-per-view and weekly episodes, Rhea Ripley has become one of Raw's most despised heels and joined the team. stable Judgment Day, previously formed by Edge, the leader, and Damian Priest.
Her participation in the stable was made known when during Wrestlemania Backlash she intervened all hooded in the match of the Rated R Superstar to put AJ Styles in difficulty and allow the leader of the stable to win his contest.
After seeing then the entry of Priest to Wrestlemania and that of Rhea to Wrestlemania Backlash, the full name of Judgment Day was born in the last few weeks, that is who will be the next athlete to enter the stable of the Rated R Superstar of the WWE, seen that there are already several names rumored for that entry.
New details on Edge
If until a few days ago the most eligible name for his entry into the Edge stable was that of Finn Balor, with the Monday Night Raw Demon who according to rumors should have betrayed AJ Styles by hitting him from behind, thus doing his sensational turn heel, in the last few hours the WWE Hall of Famer, Edge, has thought to leave the fans with doubt.
On his Instagram account, in fact, Edge wanted to post a photo of Tommaso Ciampa, without any clue or without a caption that could make the fans understand anything, with the members of the WWE Universe who are now wondering whether Ciampa can also enter.
to be part of Edge's Judgment Day. Even according to the well-known site Fightful, Ciampa's name is another candidate to enter the Edge stable, with the former NXT Champion who could soon make his big leap in quality even on the main roster rings, given that he hasn't done anything major on Raw or Smackdown yet.
Another name that was initially taken into consideration by the Edge himself was Harland, an athlete who reminded many of Brock Lesnar at the beginning of his career, but the WWE decided to fire only a few weeks ago from NXT, with the athlete who will therefore no longer have a future in the WWE ring, at least for now.
The man now known as Parker Boudreaux was released by WWE on April 29th. According to a member of the creative team in the report, The Ultimate Opportunist had pushed for his inclusion in the stable right up until the company let the young star go.