5 Superstars who need to change brands during next WWE Superstar Shake-Up
The night after Wrestlemania last year, Vince McMahon announced that "it was time to shake things up around here" in order to provide fresh match-ups for each respective brand. During these times we've also seen call-ups from NXT.
In this article, I will just be covering which superstars on the main roster currently that are in need of a change of scenery in the form of switching brands. The first superstar shake-up left a lot to be desired when it ripped the foundations of SmackDown and placed them on RAW since then the show hasn't been able to recover or give off the same vibe it had before the shake-up.
#5 Bray Wyatt to SmackDown Live
Since returning to Monday Night Raw following the WWE superstar shake-up, Bray Wyatt's career has been going downhill dramatically. Feuding with a Woken Matt Hardy and Finn Balor, Wyatt hasn't sniffed a championship since leaving SmackDown.
During his run on SmackDown Live, however, Wyatt was able to recruit Randy Orton into the Wyatt family and entered into a year-long storyline with Randy Orton. During this year-long storyline, Randy Orton and Bray Wyatt would win the SmackDown tag team championships This would be Bray Wyatt's first championship win of any kind since joining WWE.
Bray Wyatt would win the elimination chamber the following month, pinning John Cena to win the WWE championship.
Moving back to SmackDown Live, Wyatt could feud with AJ Styles, Bobby Roode, and Shinsuke Nakamura. He could even reunite the Wyatt Family by reuniting with Luke Harper and Erik Rowan and hope he could get back to the Cult leader he was during his first run on SmackDown Live.