WWE apparently had big plans for Harland before his release from the company weeks ago.
Sources told Ringside News that Edge himself had pitched Harland being the fourth member of the group and that the idea was being pushed through before the 24-year-old’s release. There is no word at this time if another wrestler will replace Harland in the stable.
This is not the first time reports have emerged suggesting wrestlers were planned to be part of a stable before WWE released them. Back in June of 2021, it was reported that Marina Shafir and Arturo Ruas were slated to be part of the Diamond Mine stable alongside Roderick Strong, Tyler Rust, Bivens, and Hideki Suzuki; they were instead released that same month.
As noted earlier, another name has been rumored to be the fouth member of Judgement Day.