When Drew McIntyre assisted The Judgment Day in retaining the tag team titles on last week's Monday Night Raw, culminating in a handshake with Rhea Ripley, it strongly suggested his potential inclusion in the team, especially for their upcoming War Games match at Survivor Series on Saturday, November 25, 2023, in Chicago. Confirming these speculations, McIntyre revealed on this week's Monday Night Raw that while he hasn't officially joined the faction, he will indeed serve as the fifth member of the team at the weekend event.\r\n\r\nREAD: Hunger Games Prequel SHATTERS Box Office Expectations! Find Out How \u2018The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes\u2019 Dominated the Weekend Despite Fierce Competition!\u201d\r\n\r\nThis development left a vacancy in the babyface team, prompting Adam Pearce to inform them that they had until the end of the evening to secure another partner. Sami Zayn considered recruiting someone from Friday Night SmackDown, Seth Rollins mentioned having a couple of ideas, and Cody Rhodes hinted at reaching out to an "old friend" who he believed would be willing to help.\r\nDrew McIntyre\r\nAs the evening progressed, Zayn and Rollins faced setbacks with their ideas, but Rhodes received a positive response to his call. The revelation occurred just before the main event, a showdown between Jey Uso and Drew McIntyre to determine the advantage in the War Games match. McIntyre emerged victorious with a DDT, followed by a post-match beatdown. The intervention of The Judgment Day led to a chaotic scene, prompting the babyface squad to rush in for the save.\r\n\r\nThe climax unfolded with the much-anticipated reveal of the fifth member\u2014Randy Orton. The long-awaited return of Orton was confirmed, although he did not make a physical appearance on the show. This revelation not only surprised the audience but also clarified to the Chicago crowd that CM Punk would not be the fifth member, eliminating any lingering expectations.