Rhea Ripley has commented on the possibility of more WWE superstars joining The Judgment Day in the future.
For more than a year now, The Judgment Day has been one of the most dominant groups on WWE Monday Night Raw. After the trio of Damian Priest, Finn Balor and Rhea Ripley kicked out the group’s founder Edge around a year ago, they have gone on to have a lot of success.
In September 2022, Dominik Mysterio turned on his father Rey Mysterio and Edge to pledge his allegiance to The Judgment Day as well to make it a four-person stable.
None of the male wrestlers in the group have won a championship while being in The Judgment Day, but Rhea Ripley has.
At WrestleMania 39, Rhea Ripley had arguably the greatest moment of her career so far when she beat Charlotte Flair to become the Smackdown Women’s Title. They had an incredible match that has been praised by many people as one of the best women’s matches in WWE history.
While speaking to Tim Battle on the Battleground Podcast, Rhea Ripley claimed that The Judgment Day are always looking for people that could join the group.
“So, we’re always looking at individuals that might make the cut. They obviously have to prove themselves to us and they have to want the same things that we want. Also, understand that no one is in charge. That we’re all here in a close knit unit where we’re all supporting each other and wanting what’s best for everyone in the group and just wanting to take over WWE as a whole. So we’re always looking at the people that are coming up from NXT.”
“We’ve looked at all the SmackDown Superstars, all the Raw Superstars. We tried with AJ before but he was stubborn. We tried with Liv before but she was stubborn. We’ve been looking at a few people, I don’t want to give anything away but we’ll see if they make the cut.”
Rhea Ripley picked up another win at Night of Champions last weekend when she defeated Natalya in a match that went just over one minute. It was yet another dominant performance for Ripley, who is the definition of what a dominant champion should be.