6 WWE Superstars That Should Switch Brands After WrestleMania 35
There is no denying that the Raw and Smackdown Live rosters are currently stacked right now, and with the likes of Lacey Evans, EC3, Heavy Machinery, and Lars Sullivan all arriving at the main roster, there is so much potential for some great matches. However, sometimes it can come to the point where some superstars are in need a change of scenery.
On both brands, there are superstars that have been on Raw and Smackdown since the brand extension made its return. They have competed against every superstar or tag team that they have come across in their own brand to the point where there aren't any other people for them to go up against to prevent the risk of being stale.
So here are 6 superstars who are in desperate need changing brands after the WrestleMania season is over.
#6 The Usos - Raw
Before the brand extension even occurred, The Usos were briefly aligned with their cousin Roman Reigns. However, when it came to their characters, The Usos were very stale as babyfaces. It was clear that they needed a change, and as soon as they arrived in Smackdown Live, we witnessed that change when they had turned heel.
And ever since then, The Usos found themselves in terms of their characters. They became one of the most entertaining aspects of Smackdown Live, and they became so over with the WWE Universe that they are now babyfaces again. Their segments are always on point, and they are former three-time Smackdown Tag Team Champions which shows they've had a good run on their current brand.
On the other hand, Raw is in desperate need of an established tag team. Smackdown Live has the likes of The New Day, The Bar, Sanity and The Bludgeon Brothers which makes their tag team division stacked. Raw has teams like The Revival and Authors of Pain that are on the rise, but they all need a well-known babyface tag team that they can put on great matches with.
The Usos are the perfect team to go to the other brand. They have done everything that they have needed to do on Smackdown, and it's definitely time for a change. The twin brothers are also the kind of team that can easily take a loss without being affected by it. Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso could be the key to fixing Raw's tag team division, as they could potentially help establish teams like The Revival and AOP.