WWE Sees Judgment Day As The “Successor” To The Bloodline’s Storyline

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The Judgment Day is still a top act in WWE. While their main roster push continues, they are now finding success on the WWE NXT brand as officials work to establish the black and yellow show as a standalone third brand for the company.

Following this week’s NXT main event, in which The Judgment Day assisted Dominik Mysterio in capturing the NXT North American Title from Wes Lee, WRKDWrestling provides some insight into The Judgment Day’s reign and how WWE officials perceive them. The big push isn’t going away anytime soon.

In terms of fan interest and longevity, WWE officials see The Judgment Day as the successor to The Bloodline’s ongoing storyline. It was also stated that The Judgment Day’s WWE TV segments frequently garner significant interest in the quarter-hour ratings, implying that they will continue to be the focal point of WWE shows in the future.

As PWMania.com previously reported, WWE has reportedly postponed plans for a new addition to The Judgment Day. For more information, click here.

Mysterio will make his first title defense against Mustafa Ali on July 30 at The Great American Bash. The following weekend, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins will face Finn Balor at SummerSlam, while WWE Women’s World Champion Rhea Ripley will defend against Raquel Rodriguez. Damian Priest will be in attendance, carrying his Money In the Bank briefcase.