2 superstars who have lost momentum after Wild Card Rule and 2 who have gained
In the latest WWE NEWS, Vince McMahon introduced the 'Wild Card' rule last month with the goal of freshening up the WWE product. As per the Wild Card rule, any four superstars of RAW can show up on SmackDown Live and vice-versa. However, the Wild Card rule has received criticism from the WWE Universe thanks to WWE's way of using the Wild Cards.
If we look at the TV episodes after the introduction of the Wild Card rule, we have seen SmackDown's Roman Reigns, Peyton Royce, Billie Kay and Kofi Kingston show up regularly on RAW whereas RAW's Sami Zayn and Drew McIntyre have been appearing more on SmackDown Live than SmackDown's own superstars.
Also, WWE broke their own rules this week on RAW when they allowed 8 superstars from SmackDown Live to appear as Wild Cards on the flagship show.
It has been almost a month since the Wild Card rule was introduced and in this article, we will have a look at the 2 superstars who have lost a ton of momentum and 2 who have gained a lot thanks to the Wild Card rule.
#1 Lost Momentum - Drew McIntyre
Drew McIntyre has lost the most momentum after the Wild Card rule as he has been reduced to the role of Shane McMahon's sidekick. Heading into WrestleMania 35, he was one of the biggest heels of the company. However, the same McIntyre is looking like a chump right now.
The fact that he is helping other superstars to win the 24/7 Championship instead of competing for the Universal Championship shows how far the Scottish Psychopath has fallen.
I am heavily backing Roman Reigns to win his match against Shane McMahon next Friday because McIntyre deserves better than being the Money's insurance policy.