At WrestleMania 38 fans saw Edge form an alliance with Damian Priest, and shortly after Rhea Ripley joined the duo to form The Judgement Day. In the weeks that followed Edge made it clear that they wanted to recruit more members which led to Finn Balor stepping up.

However, the situation took a drastic turn when Priest, Ripley and Balor beat Edge down and removed him from The Judgement Day. During an appearance on WWE El Brunch, Finn Balor talked about the group turning on Edge while stating that the Rated R Superstar’s ideas were too old school.

“I wouldn’t say we were friends, we were more colleagues. I have a lot of colleagues, very few friends. This idea of senior wrestlers wanting to control the more junior wrestlers, or how they see as junior wrestlers, is too old school and not very forward thinking, and not something I appreciated. I don’t like to look down on people or be looked down on. I feel that’s what Edge was doing to Priest, Rhea, and myself and we needed to put a stop to that.”

Edge recently made his return at WWE SummerSlam and it seems that his feud with The Judgement Day is far from over. Nothing official has been announced as of this writing, but it’s expected that Edge will be involved in a match with The Judgement Day in some form at Clash at the Castle next month.

H/T Fightful