Jim Cornette has heaped plaudits on current WWE outfit The Judgment Day, claiming that they all fit the bill for looking like stars.
At WrestleMania 38, Edge finally embraced his dark side during his contest with AJ Styles. It was also an opportunity for Damian Priest to make his intentions known, as he distracted Styles for long enough to allow ‘The Rated R Superstar’ took to pick up the victory.
The ranks of the faction swelled once again at WrestleMania Backlash, when Edge put a plan in place for his rematch with ‘The Phenomenal One’. With Priest banned from ringside, another masked figure intervened on his behalf who then unveiled themselves to be Rhea Ripley.
Speaking on his Drive Thru podcast Jim Cornette, with a history of his own engrained in factions, gave credit to Edge for the way The Judgment Day has come together, including the fact that they all look like stars and that the way they are teasing more members is impressive.
With this, Edge is a near Hall of Famer, former multi-time champion, top guy for 20 years. He’s got credibility, he looks good and he delivers it. He is dangling an opportunity and anybody who wants to come along with him, they can sit under his learning tree, and obviously, since he’s been one of the biggest names in the business for the past 20 years, you might want to do that.
And look at the look of the other people that he’s surrounding himself with, they all f*cking look like stars and like they have some charisma. And then there is also the tease – who’s gonna be next.
One person Jim Cornette clearly does not feel looks like a star is The Fiend, who he has claimed is “fake, phony bullsh*t” whilst rumours circulate that the character may well soon return to WWE.
With thanks to Sportskeeda for the transcription.