WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley has spoken about re-establishing The Judgment Day following the departure of Edge.
Edge, the founder of the group, exited the group relatively soon after the faction came together, reportedly after being opposed to ‘supernatural’ plans for the group.
Speaking to “India Today,” Ripley addressed transitioning away from Edge. She said,
“I think we just all felt the same way. It was hard at the start because we started with Edge, then we took Edge out because we didn’t like being bossed around and we took Finn in. Unfortunately, as soon as we did that, I got injured. I got taken out for a bit. So I wasn’t there to be there with the boys and build this new Judgment Day that we were trying to make and accomplish and put over for the crowd.”
The Judgment Day has proven to be a runaway success, with all members now holding championship gold, and Damian Priest holding the Money in the Bank briefcase.
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The WWE Women’s World Champion, Rhea Ripley, recently discussed the re-establishment of The Judgment Day following the departure of Edge. The faction, which was founded by Edge, faced a setback when he left due to disagreements over the group’s supernatural plans. However, Ripley and the other members have successfully transitioned away from Edge and are now thriving.
In an interview with India Today, Ripley shared her thoughts on the group’s evolution. She explained, “I think we just all felt the same way. It was hard at the start because we started with Edge, then we took Edge out because we didn’t like being bossed around and we took Finn in. Unfortunately, as soon as we did that, I got injured. I got taken out for a bit. So I wasn’t there to be there with the boys and build this new Judgment Day that we were trying to make and accomplish and put over for the crowd.”
Despite the initial challenges, The Judgment Day has become a resounding success. All members of the faction now hold championship titles, and Damian Priest even holds the Money in the Bank briefcase. This achievement is a testament to their talent and dedication to their craft.
The departure of Edge could have been a significant blow to the group, but they have managed to overcome it and continue their journey towards greatness. The members of The Judgment Day have shown resilience and adaptability, proving that they are capable of achieving success without relying on a single individual.
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The story of The Judgment Day serves as an inspiration to aspiring wrestlers and fans alike. It highlights the importance of unity, perseverance, and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances. Despite the challenges they faced, the members of The Judgment Day remained focused on their goals and ultimately achieved great success.
As the wrestling world continues to evolve, it is exciting to see how The Judgment Day will further establish themselves as a dominant force. Their journey is a testament to the power of teamwork and determination, and fans can look forward to witnessing their continued rise in the WWE.