Report: Update On WWE's Plans To Split Up The Judgment Day

Latest on WWE's plans for a Judgment Day split

Judgment Day in its current composition doesn't look set to be around for years to come, with reports over the past week revealing the long-term plan for the faction is for Damian Priest to be out of the stable. It is unknown how Priest will exit Judgment Day but he could be forced out or decide to leave of his own volition. 

While a Judgment Day split is the long-term plan, fans seemingly shouldn't expect WWE to speed up those plans. According to Better Wrestling Experience, no one will be leaving Judgment Day "for the time being." 

There have been tensions within the stable in recent months since Damian Priest captured the Money in the Bank briefcase, with the briefcase turning into quite a hazard for Finn Balor during his attempts to win the World Heavyweight Championship from Seth Rollins. The briefcase has even hampered Balor in non-title matches, haunting him once again during the main event of Monday's Raw that saw Balor, Priest, and Dominik Mysterio suffer a loss to Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, and Cody Rhodes. 

While Priest might be leaving, a new member could be added to Judgment Day in the future, with JD McDonagh having been teased as a possible addition to the stable due to his history with Finn Balor. 

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