WWE Fastlane 2023 predictions: 3 teams that can challenge The Judgment Day

With the WWE Fastlane 2023 almost upon us, a lot of championships will be on the line considering the fact that the industry wants to rotate its belts or may be get new storylines in shape. Now talking about championships, one of them is obviously going to be the tag team championship which is now being held by the Judgment Day as Damian Priest and Finn Balor snatched it from Sami Zayn and Roman Reigns.

Now an obvious question is who are the ones who should run them down to the very wire irrespective of the results. The results may very well be on the line and Finn and Priest may walk away with the championship but then again knowing WWE and with seeds of dissent already planted in the faction, things may take a sharp turn for the worse too. Here are the three tag teams who can challenge the Judgment Day for the title.

#1 Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn

It is needless to say that the former owners of the title will love a rematch and this time they will be coming with greater intent and hunger to reclaim what was rightfully theirs.



Obviously the inducement for the challenge won’t be just the titles but also laying their hands on Dominik Mysterio who has probably been one of the biggest bugbears in the industry.

#2 Street Profits

The duo of Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford has been proving themselves of late and it is quite expected that the two will be going head on for the title.

Once again, uncertain of the result, these two will probably just want a bite at the cherry which can also be going down the drain if not properly handled.


#3 LWO could challenge The Judgment Day

Once a historic faction, LWO was revived by Rey Mysterio and now the faction comprises the likes of Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde, Cruz Del Toro and Zelina Vega.

It won’t be a surprise if Santos Escobar and Joaquin Wilde comes knocking on the doors of the Judgment Day also with a purpose of laying their hands on Dominik Mysterio which is simply an added bonus.


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