5 tag teams in danger of being broken up in the 2018 Superstar Shake-Up
Who will be this year's Wyatt Family?
WWE has announced that the 2018 Superstar Shake-Up will take place across two nights on next week’s episodes of Raw and SmackDown Live.
The rules of the Shake-Up look set to remain the same as last year, when Bray Wyatt was split up from the rest of the Wyatt Family, and we could see more teams separated this year.
In this article, let's take a look at the five tag teams who are in the most danger of being broken up in next week’s Shake-Up.
SAnitY have been one of the most destructive factions in NXT since their October 2016 debut and a main-roster call-up for the four-person group, consisting of Killian Dain, Eric Young, Alexander Wolfe and Nikki Cross, is long overdue.
WWE has already called up four established acts from NXT this week, with Ember Moon, No Way Jose and the Authors of Pain heading to Raw and The IIconics going to SmackDown Live, and more promotions are expected in the Superstar Shake-Up.
If WWE looks at SAnitY for potential call-ups, it’s not out of the question that Dain is given a run as a singles competitor. The Northern Irishman was given a main-roster opportunity at WrestleMania 33, where he appeared in the Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal, and he has mostly featured in singles matches so far in 2018.