The most successful tag team in the WWE’s history, The New Day were split up in 2020 draft, where members Kofi Kingston and current King of the Ring Xavier Woods were moved to Monday Night Raw and Big E was on SmackDown for the singles run.

In his singles run, Big E showed his dominance, won the Money In The Bank briefcase, and later cashed in to win the WWE Championship. But his title reign ended at Day 1 event by Brock Lesnar, and then Big E silently moved to blue brand to join his New Day faction.
According to the Fightful Select reports, the latest reunion of WWE top faction The New Day was insisted upon by WWE Boss Vince McMahon himself.

Fightful has learned the reasoning behind Vince McMahon splitting and reuniting New Day, as well as an interesting decree he made regarding the team

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— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) February 11, 2022

This report states that Vince McMahon wanted the company’s top babyface to be “on their own in most situations” and not have a faction to fall back on. That’s the reason why the rest of the New Day wasn’t involved in Big E’s Money in the Bank cash-in match, despite of celebrations in the ring with him after the match.

Among the reasons Vince McMahon split Big E from New Day was because he believed a top babyface should stand alone.

We have details on why he reunited the trio and an interesting demand he made.

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— Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com (@SeanRossSapp) February 11, 2022

After Big E losing his WWE Title, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was anxious to reunite the trio, as he “missed the magic they created together” as per the reports. Despite that, McMahon also insisted that the duo of Kingston and Big E be referred to just as that and not “the New Day.”

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