The Judgment Day is receiving a massive push from the WWE management and if things continue to prosper at the same pace, the faction is expected to succeed the Bloodline. In the past few months, The Bloodline has received an enthralling response from the audience. Every single segment from the faction has crossed millions of views on various platforms.
Recently, WWE got back the momentum it originally had and Bloodline played an integral part in doing so. The faction has almost been split up now. It will be very soon that the Bloodline may reach its final phase. However, as per WKRD Wrestling, WWE have a plan to have The Bloodline‘s successor that would continue bringing them profits.
WWE see Judgement Day as the successor to The Bloodline’s storyline, in terms of fan interest and longevity.— WRKD Wrestling (@WRKDWrestling) July 19, 2023
The Judgement Day’s segments frequently gain major interest in the quarter hour ratings and will continue to be a center point of shows moving forward. #WWENXT pic.twitter.com/uRh645Oz6f
“WWE see Judgement Day as the successor to The Bloodline’s storyline, in terms of fan interest and longevity.” However, the fans do not seem happy with the idea. They took time and gave their take on the situation. You can check out a few of the fan opinions below:
Ehhhhh we can wrap this up by October— mtv and cbs hater (@KlRBYREED) July 19, 2023
Ngl it’s already getting stale in my opinion— revenge!💕💕💕 (@jujusturevenge) July 19, 2023
Longevity and redundancy are two different things— Christian 🪙 (@BDN_supremo) July 19, 2023
Proof that they just keep repeating the same shit over and over because their audience has turned into grown babies ever since going pg and they won’t even notice or care for the most part. If they’re going to be repetitive at least do some 90s shit that hasn’t happened in a bit— MC47 (@JoshuaMC47) July 19, 2023
The Judgment Day is receiving a lot of boost from the WWE Universe currently and there would be no better opportunity for the Stamford-based promotion to strike the hammer. Delivering excellent performance and being a fan favorite despite being heels, the stable has been doing exceptionally in the past few months.
The Bloodline vs The Judgment Day – A Comparison
What made The Bloodline probably the greatest faction in the history of WWE is the tremendous title power that its members carried. Roman Reigns held the WWE Championship and the WWE Universal Championship while The Usos held both the WWE RAW and SmackDown Tag Team Championship.
A similar pattern can be found among the members of The Judgment Day too. Rhea Ripley is the SmackDown Women’s Champion while Dominik Mysterio is now the NXT North American Champion. Being the MITB briefcase winner, Damian Priest is also just a contract away to win his desired title.
Both factions stay in their heel character almost every time and still be loveable among the fans. The Bloodline storyline included betrayals from Sami Zayn and now The Usos and a similar angle is expected from Rhea Ripley’s faction as well. Finn Balor and Damian Priest were recently seen involved in a heated battle of words for MITB briefcase cash-in.
Finn Balor has been ready to swing on Damian Priest for weeks! My boy is the ultimate hater right now 😂😂pic.twitter.com/Mj0Y4hVazY— Public Enemies (@TheEnemiesPE3) June 13, 2023
The Judgment Day would make a great successor to the Roman Reigns-led faction. Whether fans want it or not, both factions will continue to rule the hearts of the WWE Universe. It solely depends upon the fans’ response in the upcoming weeks that would decide the fate of the faction.