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Judgment Day on the Brink: Priest Fumes as LWO Reignites Feud on RAW

The Judgment Day (Via WWE/Twitter)

Tonight on RAW, a member of Judgment Day interfered in a match, causing Damian Priest to express his discontent with the situation. The group, under Priest’s leadership following Rhea Ripley’s injury, has faced challenges. Priest has criticized fellow members Finn Balor, JD McDonagh, and Dominik Mysterio for their costly actions. Despite efforts from Carlito to join and assist the group, Priest remains cautious and seems unconvinced of his value to Judgment Day.

During the recent RAW episode, Carlito faced Rey Mysterio in a match fueled by revenge. Finn Balor’s interference by attacking Dragon Lee did not deter Mysterio, who emerged victorious.

Damian Priest (Via WWE/Twitter)

Post-match, Rey retaliated against Balor, prompting Priest to intervene by attacking Mysterio and Lee, showcasing his dominance with the South of Heaven move. However, Priest appeared dissatisfied with Balor’s involvement in the match, hinting at potential tensions within the group.

The unfolding dynamics between Judgment Day and the Latino World Order (LWO) present an intriguing narrative for WWE fans. As tensions rise and alliances shift, the stage is set for a possible feud between the two factions. The evolving storyline promises twists and turns as the wrestlers navigate the complexities of loyalty, ambition, and competition in the unpredictable world of professional wrestling.

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