Superstar Shake-up 2019: 10 Superstars That Could Be Drafted
- Who will find themselves switching brands?
The Superstar Shake-up is a crucial process in ensuring how WWE handles their two biggest brands over the course of the next year, as the slightest mismanagement of rosters can lead to a huge problem in overall booking, superstar pushes and the utilization of wrestlers.
The last Superstar Shake-up saw WWE move their biggest assets over to Smackdown Live, while Raw received less than stellar superstars in return, and when taking into acccount that Smackdown Live will be moving to FOX in a high stakes deal, could we see WWE push their biggest stars to the blue brand?
It was noted that this could be a possibility, as WWE wants to make Smackdown Live a premium show in the company, and if that does occur, what happens to Raw? We will answer all those questions now, as we look at the possible moves WWE could be making in this Superstar Shake-up.
#10 Sami Zayn
Sami Zayn is a somewhat of a nomad at the moment, as 'the Underdog from the Underground' made his return to the squared circle on Raw this week, and he brought his incredible work rate with him, but left his respect for the WWE Universe at home.
Sami came to a realisation that is no pleasing the fanbase in the wrestling industry, as no matter how high the competitors and WWE sets the bar in terms of delivering quality television, the fans will never be pleased.
The funny thing about Sami's grievances with the WWE Universe is that he took it up with the Raw and Smackdown Live crowds, which means his narrative at the moment could be centred towards the former NXT Champion finding a crowd that deserves to witness his work. That could be an interesting story thread heading into the Superstar Shakeup where he will most likely be drafted.