Five Things WWE Must Avoid Doing During The Superstar Shake Up
The Superstar Shakeup supposed to be that time of year that The WWE Universe is treated to surprise after surprise in an attempt to hit the refresh button on both respective brands, but has somehow become a questionable decision in a group of questionable decisions made by WWE. Beyond that, it doesn't seem to make sense in the company's current landscape.
Of course WWE is doing the best they can, especially with with everything going on right now, but its not like the company didn't create some of these problems themselves. In fact, between having superstars show up on both brands and threatening to unify the men's top titles, the company is digging itself into a hole that it might not be able to get out of.
With that being said and only a few short days to go before WWE's big Superstar Shakeup on Monday and Tuesday night, here are five things the company must avoid doing this year. As always, let us know your thoughts in the comments below and be sure to tell us what you are hoping WWE avoids doing during the shows.
#5 Putting too many top stars on Smackdown Live
Its no secret that Smackdown Live is moving to Fox Sports in October and while they will definitely need an action packed roster in order to get fans hyped, they need to avoid favoring any particular brand. That means that while Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Finn Balor, Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair might be good for ratings, there needs to be a balance.
Hopefully WWE is able to find this balance and give both shows everything they need in order to succeed for the next year or so, but one has to wonder if the company has any intention of giving Smackdown Live the better roster. The move would make sense given the upcoming deal and the fact that Smackdown Live could move to three hours, but again, they create a situation where one show is treated better than the other.