The Judgment Day Set To Appear On WWE NXT

Judgment Day will be on next week's WWE NXT

The crossover between the WWE main roster and NXT continues to move forward.

Carmelo Hayes and Trick Williams appeared in a backstage segment on the Tuesday, July 4 edition of NXT and the NXT Champion invited Judgment Day to appear on next week's show. This prompted Finn Balor to appear via video later in the episode and he accepted Hayes' invitation, with WWE's Twitter account later confirming that all of Judgment Day would be on NXT next week.

Hayes has had issues with Judgment Day in recent weeks, saving Seth Rollins from Balor's attacks on both NXT and Monday Night Raw. Rhea Ripley then appeared on last week's NXT, warning Carmelo Hayes to stay out of Judgment Day's business. 

If the faction's appearance on NXT will further their own problems remains to be seen. Hostilities within Judgment Day have only risen since Damian Priest became Mr Money in the Bank on Saturday, July 1 with Priest costing Balor the World Heavyweight Title at Money in the Bank. Priest then looked set to cash in on this week's Raw, only for Balor to attack Seth Rollins which allowed the World Heavyweight Champion to escape before Priest could use the briefcase. 

A match with major stakes will also take place on next week's NXT when Stacks goes one-on-one with Joe Coffey. If Stacks wins, Tony D'Angelo will be freed from prison and the D'Angelo Family will earn a shot at the NXT Tag Team Titles. If Coffey wins, though, D'Angelo must remain in jail until he goes on trial. 

Elsewhere, Andre Chase and Duke Hudson will team together to take on Charlie Dempsey and Drew Gulak, Cora Jade will face Kelani Jordan, and Tiffany Stratton will go one-on-one with Ivy Nile. Bronco Nima and Lucien Price will debut on NXT TV next week too.

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