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Battle Scars Revealed After WWE RAW Event

Judgment Day (Via WWE/Twitter)

A member of Judgment Day shared his battle scars on social media post a dramatic WWE RAW episode in Kansas City. The event saw NFL star Patrick Mahomes, partnered with Logan Paul, making an appearance. The night took a wild turn when Jey Uso faced off against Paul, only to be ambushed by Judgment Day. Amidst the chaos, Mahomes mistakenly hit JD McDonagh in the face with his Super Bowl rings.

McDonagh, displaying his scars, requested a shipment of PRIME from Logan Paul after the altercation. Isla Dawn, a former NXT Women’s Tag Team Champion, took a jab at McDonagh’s misfortune, humorously blaming his “big head” for being an easy target.

Logan Paul (Via WWE/Twitter)

Isla Dawn and Alba Fyre’s recent move to SmackDown during the 2024 WWE Draft has piqued interest in their future prospects. However, former WWE writer Vince Russo doubts McDonagh’s success on RAW. In a candid interview, Russo dismissed the possibility of McDonagh winning over the WWE Universe, asserting that he lacks the appeal to become a fan-favorite on the main roster.

The internal dynamics of Judgment Day have also faced strain, with Damian Priest expressing growing frustration. The faction’s future on WWE RAW remains uncertain amid these tensions. The unfolding drama and conflicts within the group promise an intriguing narrative to follow in the coming episodes.

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