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Explanation For Judgment Day Angle On WWE SmackDown This Week

WWE’s creative team has been on their A-Game recently, and many fans noticed a positive change in direction in many areas. Although many creative aspects have improved, there will always be fans who just haven’t been paying close enough attention.

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BWE posted on X to respond to a few fans were asking some questions about this week’s episode of SmackDown. The Judgment Day and Bloodline are aligned, but apparently, some fans might have forgotten about the deal Paul Heyman arranged.

“A few mentions confused about Judgment Day involvement. Ya’ll spend so much on Social Media you can’t process your own memory.

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Paul E Heyman made a deal, an arrangement with Judgment Day a while back.”

The Judgment Day and Bloodline could always become a great war between factions. Right now, it appears that Judgment Day is the only stable out of the two that is completely intact.

Only time will tell how things turn out with Judgment Day and the Bloodline. WWE is telling quite a complicated story, and it’s also possible that the two sides will interweave themselves with each other once again in the future.

What’s your take on WWE’s current booking? Which is the most dominate stable in the company right now? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 9, 2023 4:31 pm

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