3 superstars who should be drafted and 2 who should not in the upcoming Superstar Shake-Up
- The Superstar Shake-Up is around the corner and there are several superstars who could benefit from it and some who do not need it at all.
Wrestlemania is the grandest PPV in WWE's calendar year. Wrestlemania usually marks the beginning of fresh match-ups and storyline. One way to do so in the brand extension era is the annual Superstar Shake-Up. The 2019 Superstar Shake-up is around the corner and with that, there are certain superstars who desperately need a change of brands to make things better for their career.
While the Superstar Shake-Up could be a career changing for some superstars like Jinder Mahal, some wrestlers are best suited for the brand they are presently in. Here are 3 superstars who should be drafted and 2 who should not.
#5 Should be drafted: Sanity to Raw
Sanity's move to the main roster has been one of the most disappointing call-ups from NXT. While things from them are not as bad as it was with the Ascension, the land of opportunity has not done any wonders for them.
Sanity was moved to Smackdown Live without Nikki Cross who continued to be a part of NXT as a singles competitor. While Sanity did make an impressive debut defeating the New Day at Extreme Rules 2018 kickoff show, things haven't gone well too for them since them.
Sanity has struggled to barely make an appearance on Smackdown Live and when they did, they have been on the losing end most of the times. A move to the Raw brand could be a step towards a better direction for them as Raw doesn't have a stacked tag team division like Smackdown Live. The addition of Sanity to Raw will be a huge boost for Raw's tag team division as it has been struggling with injuries and lack of proper teams.