Amid the heated wrestling universe, WWE's notorious group "Judgment Day," encompassing industry stalwarts like Damian Priest, Dominik Mysterio, Finn Balor, and Rhea Ripley, has become a focal point of discussion. With rumors of internal unrest brewing and threatening the group's unity, the individual prowess and potential of its members can't be disregarded.
Notably, Damian Priest has recently seized the limelight with his sensational street fight victory over Bad Bunny and a triumph in the men's Money in the Bank Ladder Match. One cannot overlook the thoughtful insights shared by Bully Ray, veteran wrestling commentator, during a recent episode of "Busted Open".
While analyzing the state of the faction, Ray lauded Priest's rapid growth and potential to become a major WWE event player. "Every day that Priest is on my TV, I see him mature more and more in front of my eyes as a main event player in the WWE," he expressed.
Priest's Potential Babyface Turn
Ray emphasized that for Priest's evolution to continue, he must disassociate from the group. Although Priest’s towering, intimidating persona suits his heel role, Ray believes a face turn could be in his future.
"You would think that by watching him, he has 'heel' written all over him, but he actually has the opportunity to be a quality babyface," Ray asserted. He emphasized that a face role in WWE, provided there are significant plans for the character, could be more beneficial than a heel one.
Ray also sang praises for Women's World Champion Rhea Ripley, labeling her the "glue" that holds Judgment Day together. Much like his perspective on Priest, Ray saw beyond Ripley's notorious reputation and envisioned her potential as a babyface, particularly if she eventually turns against Mysterio.
Ray forecasted a highly entertaining scenario, "It's gonna be amazing to see what's gonna happen when they all turn on Dom one day," he predicted. He hypothesized a dramatic encounter, "especially when she turns on Dom one day and she starts ragging on Dom for being a little boy, never the man that he thought he was." Bully Ray's analysis paints a vivid picture of potential shifts within the WWE's star-studded group "Judgment Day." With the likes of Priest and Ripley primed to break out as individual stars, the future of WWE holds enticing narratives.
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