Since their formation, the formidable faction The Judgment Day, led by Finn Balor, Rhea Ripley, and Damian Priest, has left a significant impact on WWE's main roster. After successfully integrating Dominik into their team, they are reportedly setting their sights on a new addition to their ranks.
The faction's members have repeatedly demonstrated their prowess and charisma, elevating their status as major stars within WWE. Rhea Ripley's partnership with Dominik propelled her to new heights of fame, culminating in her winning the SmackDown Women's Championship.
Damian Priest solidified his position as a top-tier talent during an exceptional match against Bad Bunny at Backlash.
JD McDonagh: Judgment Day's Next Addition?
According to a report from Xero News, WWE is planning to continue this trend by integrating rising star JD McDonagh, formerly known as Jordan Devlin, into The Judgment Day.
Known for his robust wrestling background and Finn Balor's protege, the Irish talent's inclusion is said to be just a "matter of time." A recent incident added fuel to the rumors, with Finn Balor spotted watching JD McDonagh during his interview with Cathy Kelly on Monday Night RAW.
While anticipation builds, fans eagerly await further developments and potential confirmation of McDonagh's recruitment into The Judgment Day. However, not all comments surrounding McDonagh's anticipated inclusion in the main roster have been positive.
Vince Russo, a former WWE writer renowned for his candid predictions, recently expressed doubts about McDonagh's future success. Having joined the RAW main roster as part of the 2023 WWE Draft after spending several years in NXT, McDonagh has considerable experience under his belt.
Despite this, Russo expressed skepticism about McDonagh's potential for success during a recent appearance on Sportkeeda Wrestling's Legion of RAW. He criticized McDonagh's lack of a distinctive character, stating: "This guy is a wrestler with an Irish accent.
There is no character; there is nothing. He could be Sheamus; he could be a Drew McIntyre. He is a wrestler with an Irish accent calling himself 'The Irish Ace.' So, there is zero character at all. This is a wrestler from Ireland." As the wrestling world awaits the potential expansion of The Judgment Day, only time will tell if JD McDonagh will defy Russo's prediction and carve out his own unique legacy on the WWE's main roster.