The Judgment Day has taken a peculiar interest in Jey Uso since the very day he stepped foot on Monday Night Raw. However, Jey has rebuffed all their offers and finally put an end to their shenanigans this week on RAW. As a result, Finn Balor has sent a stern warning to the former Bloodline member.
WWE Fox’s official X handle put out a tweet asking the WWE Universe whether Jey Uso will regret his decision not to join The Judgment Day. As a result, Finn Balor promptly came up with a reply, threatening the 38-year-old. He wrote, “You are either by our side, or in our way” in a resentful tone.
During this week, on Monday Night Raw, the heel faction made its umpteenth attempt to recruit the former Bloodline member to The Judgment Day. In a backstage segment, Damian Priest told Jey Uso to make a decision by the end of the show. As a result, Main Event Jey delivered an emphatic statement to the faction.
Jey Uso clashed with Drew McIntyre in the main event of Monday Night Raw. In the midst of the match, Balor, Priest and Dirty Dom came out to assist the former Bloodline member. Regardless, Jey Uso delivered back-to-back superkicks to all three members of The Judgment Day and clearly gave away his decision to not join the group.
Finn Balor and Damian Priest set to defend their titles on RAW next week
Earlier this month, Finn Balor and Damian Priest defeated Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens in a grueling Steel City Street Fight. The match took place at Payback, where The Judgment Day members captured the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships. However, they are set to face Zayn and Owens again in a title rematch next week on RAW.
During the latest episode of Monday Night Raw, it was announced that Balor and Priest would face the Canadian superstars next week. Moreover, the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championship will be on the line. Thus, Zayn and Owens will get their rematch to win the titles back. It will be interesting to see how the title rematch pans out in the upcoming RAW.
Whether The Judgment Day manages to retain the championship or drop the titles back to the former champions remains to be seen. WWE is also allegedly planning to combine the RAW and SmackDown tag team titles. However, no concrete decision has been made yet.
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