Here’s Every Wrestler Who’s Moved To Raw In The “Superstar Shakeup”

This week WWE will feature a “Superstar Shake Up” that will move wrestlers between Raw and Smackdown Live. There has been a lot of speculation about who is going where.

We’ll be tracking all the moves here.

Most of the reveals will happen during the shows, but hours before Raw we got our first name to move brands!

Apollo Crews!

Funny enough, Apollo Crews and 205live star Akira Tozawa¬†went viral in the wrestling community with their “Shake it Up” videos:

A fan tweeted that they saw the following Smackdown wrestlers at an airport this evening, indicating that they may not be jumping to Raw.

Live on Raw

The show opened with John Cena’s music…but The Miz and Maryse came out instead….

They were soon interrupted by the Intercontential Champion and fellow former Smackdowner Dean Ambrose.

Seriously, two former WWE champions back on the red brand! HUGE!

Curt Hawkins made a quick debut but was then knocked out by Big Show

The award for the most subtle “debut” ever goes to “The Drifter” Elias Samson:



But maybe the biggest and scariest switch came from the Eater Of Worlds himself, Bray Wyatt:

Then two more additions were announced without much fanfare:

Then we got some #MondayNightBliss!

AND Mickie James!

Smackdown lost a lot of great talent and a title belt. I think each move could be good if used properly and given fresh stories. Alexa and Mickie on the Women’s roster add some much needed new blood to a division that had good wrestling but repetitive match-ups.

The way Raw ended makes it seem like Kevin Owens may be moving the US title to Smackdown, which might mean he is taking Jericho with him.

Bray Wyatt’s move is probably the most intriguing. If he wins the WWE Title back from Randy Orton at Payback, then Raw would have both top-tier belts. That doesn’t seem right. Bray is also gearing up for a feud with Finn Balor. If that goes down, then Bray should have the title on him to give the match a bit of an extra kick.

If Bray does win and moves to Raw, does that mean Brock and the Universal Title are moving to Smackdown? Will the Universal Title have to change colors?

Unfortunately, I don’t see Rhyno and Slater being used as anything other than a comedy act. Though it does raise the possibility of a 3MB reunion, especially since Drew McIntyre is back with the company.

It will be interesting to see who makes the switch to Smackdown.

What do you think of all the movements? Share your thoughts!

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