WWE's Judgment Day BTS Recreates Beatles' Abbey Road Photo

WWE's Judgment Day members channel Beatles' spirit in London.

by Noman Rasool
WWE's Judgment Day BTS Recreates Beatles' Abbey Road Photo

The group known as The Judgment Day has been making significant waves in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), quickly earning themselves the title of WWE's own "fab four." Recently, they seized an opportunity while on tour in London for the Money In The Bank event to pay tribute to a legendary quartet from a different arena altogether—The Beatles.

In an endearing show of reverence, the WWE released a behind-the-scenes video that showed The Judgment Day's members—Finn Balor, Rhea Ripley, Dominik Mysterio, and Damien Priest—meticulously recreating the celebrated album cover of The Beatles' "Abbey Road." Finn Balor, displaying his commitment to authenticity, left his shoes at his hotel, aiming to replicate the iconic image of a barefoot Paul McCartney accurately.

He happily declared he would venture to the O2 arena entirely shoeless for the premium live event, mirroring McCartney's Abbey Road stride.

Dominik Mysterio's Abbey Road Experience

Dominik Mysterio shared his excitement about this unique experience: "It was a cool moment to walk down Abbey Road with my Judgment Day crew.

With the four of us there, and me getting to be Ringo [Starr]—it was something special." While Mysterio wasn't introduced to the legendary Beatles until later in his life, he's since become a fan, expressing his joy at being part of such an iconic reenactment.

However, despite their enjoyable photo opportunity on Abbey Road, Judgment Day's time at Money In The Bank could have been more fruitful. Finn Balor could not claim the WWE World Heavyweight Championship from Seth Rollins.

Similarly, Mysterio was defeated in his match against "The American Nightmare" Cody Rhodes. The evening's silver lining came when Damien Priest emerged victorious, winning the men's Money In The Bank briefcase and securing a future title opportunity at his discretion.

Priest hinted at a potential cash-in during Balor's title match with Rollins to further stoke the fires of intrigue. His teasing distraction may have contributed to Balor's defeat, thus adding a fresh layer of complexity to the dynamics within The Judgment Day. This multi-layered narrative continues to position The Judgment Day as a group to watch in the thrilling world of WWE.

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