It has been almost three months since WWE brand split took place and we have already tasted some fruits of this epic event in WWE. We have seen some great storylines and matches in the past three months, and we have every reason to expect a lot more in future.
Back on 19th July 2016, the day on which WWE draft took place, your expectations about the future were a mix of confusion and unpredictable expectations.
Today, we have a spectrum of things that you probably didn’t expect on the day of the brand split or even within three months from that day. There are certain things that WWE did well with regards to future prospects. As part of this slideshow, let us have a look at five welcome moves taken by the company after brand split:
#1 Opportunity factor
The main motto of team WWE after their brand split is to provide opportunities to superstars and witness the dawn of a new era. On these lines, talent injection happened on the roster and superstars were shuffled between the mid-card and top brass.
Mid-carders were given huge opportunities to face big stars and realise their dreams. The classic example would be the case of Kevin Owens, who had the opportunity to face the likes of Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns and his Universal Title victory.
Bringing in Finn Balor to the roster immediately after the brand split is also a welcome move. The same holds true even for SmackDown roster. Talk about Heath Slater winning the Tag title and Dolph Ziggler reclaiming his lost glory. How can you forget Roman Reigns’ US title reign?