Styles was the best wrestler on WWE's best show previous year, and "Monday Night Raw" could certainly use what he brings to the table.
Other rumors have Sasha Banks potentially moving to SmackDown instead of or with Charlotte.
For weeks now it's been rumored that AJ Styles will likely be making the jump to Raw, and last week he teased a face turn when he engaged in a handshake with SmackDown Live Commissioner Shane McMahon.
Every time Triple H gives the same quotes about NXT and the performance center, a collection of big wrestling fans on social media rolls their eyes, and mentions the names above as people who were already successful, and known to them. Meanwhile, the newly appointed Raw General Manager Kurt Angle has been in discussion with SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan about the deals and movements of potential Superstars.
We publish a whole lot of content here at Cageside Seats. World champion Randy Orton doesn't really do house show tours. It will be interesting to see how the Superstar Shakeup will affect the makeup of WWE and whether SmackDown Live retains the underdog status that made it an unassuming success. Of course not on a regular basis but another 4-5 matches over the next few years would be fantastic. Let us know in the comments who you want to see get drafted! The New Day isn't doing much either, although they could be starting a feud with the Revival after Dash and Dawson injured Kofi Kingston's ankle. As it looks set to continue, I hope it can ground itself a little more than it did in the lead up to Wrestlemania. But I have to question how poorly the company is using one of the most organic babyfaces I have ever seen. As for my other pick I'll go with Baron Corbin because his loss to Dean Ambrose at WrestleMania was a very clear sign that his career has stalled on Smackdown. Roman Reigns has been suggested as a new blue brand star, but it also seems he's in line to main event the next Raw PPV against Braun Strowman.
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Sometimes, performers get lost in the shuffle in WWE.
A feud with the reigning King of the Cruiserweight's Neville would really help establish the former NXT champion as a force to be reckoned with, and would create some real fan interest in the division at the same time. Who gets moved where? If they have no plans in place for him, let him go back to the place he loved, let him have great matches and more importantly, let him work with that next generation of talent that will benefit from his years of experience. With surprises galore, and pretty much squeezing in anything that didn't make the cut at WrestleMania, this is the equivalent of buying a few pounds of discount Easter candy the day after.
The obvious move in this Superstar Shake-Up is trading Charlotte to SmackDown. The Uso's and American Alpha are a great starting point and while they probably won't be serious contenders there is no reason for Breezango not to be used for their personality and to act as enhancement talent as such for some of the more serious tag teams. Which seems odd, considering they were gifted the Raw Tag Team Titles on their first night back in the promotion.
WWE Creative Team is pulling the right strings right now.
Fandango and Tyler Breeze are going nowhere with the "Fashion Police" gimmick, and as the Southpaw Regional Wrestling wackiness from WWE showed, both guys are capable of so much more as characters.