WWE Raw star and the inaugural WWE Universal heavyweight champion Finn Balor who is also a former two times WWE NXT Champion recently revealed whether he wanted more members in the Judgement Day stable. He also revealed why he decided to attack Edge.
The Judgment Day table started at WrestleMania 38 during the match between Edge and AJ Styles. Damian Priest and Edge were the first two members of the stable and they were pretty dominant together. The former WWE Raw Women’s champion Rhea Ripley joined the stable next and future looked quite bright for it.
Finn Balor Wants More “Soldiers” In Judgment Day
The Judgment Day was a pretty dominant stable which were beating every opponent they were facing. At the end the last member of the stable turned out to be the former WWE Universal Heavyweight champion Finn Balor. Fans were getting more excited to see him on the stable and it looked like WWE is planning something new for it.
But surprisingly, the stable decided to betray their real leader Edge and cemented Finn as their new leader. All three members of the stable beat down Edge as soon as Finn joined stable and WWE Hall of Famer remained missing from action for months.
As soon as Edge was cut out of the stable, almost everybody know that the stable does not have a big future waiting for themselves anymore. And that is exactly what happened. Soon it became and after thought with nobody cared about it anymore.
They have come out with an angle between Edge and the Stable, It seemed like it would not be enough exciting to see them anymore but they had been booked really well recently and after Dominik Mysterio joined the stable it became even stronger.
Finn Balor who is also a former two times WWE NXT Champion recently spoke to WWE El Brunch where he revealed whether he wanted more members in the Judgement Day stable. He also revealed why he decided to attack Edge. He said;
“Not in every case is it more important to have more soldiers. I prefer quality over quantity. We definitely have our eyes open for more quality and when that quality presents itself, we’ll definitely welcome more members to The Judgment Day.
“I wouldn’t say we were friends, we were more colleagues. I have a lot of colleagues, very few friends. This idea of senior wrestlers wanting to control the more junior wrestlers, or how they see as junior wrestlers, is too old school and not very forward thinking, and not something I appreciated. I don’t like to look down on people or be looked down on. I feel that’s what Edge was doing to Priest, Rhea, and myself and we needed to put a stop to that.”
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