3 Frustrated WWE Superstars Who Could Join The Judgment Day After Drew McIntyre

The Judgment Day is the number one faction on the WWE RAW roster. It is a heel group formed by WWE Hall of Famer Edge, who himself was kicked out of the faction after he added Finn Balor, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley. Dominik Mysterio was the next Superstar to join the faction.

In recent weeks, JD McDonagh has helped The Judgment Day a lot, thereby becoming an unofficial member of the WWE group. The newest member of this group is Drew McIntyre, who cost Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship on this week’s RAW to join hands with Ripley.

The Judgment Day is a faction of Superstars, who were frustrated with the happenings in their respective careers. Like McIntyre, there are a few other Superstars who would not be happy with their career directions. Here are three names who could be the next member of the Judgment Day.


1. Santos Escobar can join The Judgment Day in WWE

Santos Escobar shockingly turned on his idol Rey Mysterio on last week’s SmackDown episode. Escobar was frustrated with Mysterio and eventually decided to turn his back on him.

While Escobar can reform Legado Del Fantasma with his former buddies, he can also think of quitting SmackDown altogether and joining The Judgment Day.

2. Braun Strowman

Former WWE Universal Champion Braun Strowman is currently sidelined with an injury. However, when he was actively competing in the ring, WWE officials did not book him to his full potential. By joining The Judgment Day, The Monster can bring his career back on track and add some muscle to the group as well.


3. Nikki Cross

Nikki Cross seems possessed by something. Her antics on WWE RAW have captured the fans’ attention but it is unclear what her exact goal is. Perhaps, in the coming weeks, The Judgment Day can offer her a place in their faction and use her energy to their benefit.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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