4 WWE Superstars who could lead SmackDown Live on Fox
SmackDown Live is one of the two major brands of WWE, and currently airs on the USA Network. This October, it moves to Fox. Since Fox is one of the biggest networks of the US, it could be highly beneficial for both the brand WWE as a whole.
SmackDown has a long history, beginning on the UPN network in 1999. Last year, it completed a total of thousand episodes. After moving to Fox, the quality of the product is expected to improve. In fact, it has already shown improvement in recent months.
Though SmackDown has a completely different roster, the Wildcard Rule has changed the context. It will be interesting to see if WWE scraps the Wildcard Rule when it moves to Fox.
The Blue Brand has many big names. Let's check four such big names, who could lead SmackDown after moving to Fox.
#4 Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar's name could raise eyebrows here, but he could be a humongous addition for the Blue Brand. According to a report, Lesnar could switch brands once SmackDown Live will move to Fox. In his second tenure, Lesnar has been primarily a RAW Superstar, and it will be interesting to see the Beast on SmackDown Live.
Lesnar needs no introduction, as he is one of the most decorated Superstars in WWE. Being the main event Superstar in his whole career, Lesnar has won several titles. The Beast Incarnate has won the WWE Title four times and the Universal Title thrice. As a matter of fact, Lesnar holds the record of longest World Title reign in modern history.
Lesnar, whose last Universal Title reign ended at SummerSlam, hasn't been on TV. The Beast is scheduled to be part of the debut episode on Fox. Since Lesnar will be a special guest on SmackDown Live, he could announce his arrival on the Blue Brand, attacking the WWE Champion.