WWE Superstars who should switch brands on the next draft
These superstars should jump ships on the next draft.
WWE reintroduced the brand split in July 2016 and the first draft since 2011 happened on July 19th during the live premiere of SmackDown on the USA network.
It is being reported that WWE is planning to have the next draft on the Backlash PPV in May 2018. The 2018 Backlash PPV will also mark the return of all PPV's being dual branded with superstars of both Raw and SmackDown Live competing in the events.
The Draft is an interesting concept brought forward by the WWE and it has helped the superstars to attain the levels that they are in today.
With the next WWE draft set to return on this May, let's see the superstars who should switch brands to keep their careers intact.
#9 Woken Hardy's - SmackDown Live
Matt Hardy finally secured the rights to the Broken Universe gimmick from "Anthem", and we should say that this has come very late for the elder Hardy brother.
The Broken Hardy's were the hottest acts in professional wrestling (or sports entertainment) during their time in TNA/Impact/GFW or whatever they call themselves now.
After a long struggle, Matt Hardy obtained the rights to the Broken gimmick and he debuted his Broken persona in the WWE and has been on a very stale feud with Bray Wyatt since then.
Jeff Hardy, on the other hand, is out of action due to an injury and most possibly will miss WrestleMania. It is expected that Jeff will return to active in-ring competition in his Brother Nero persona.
When WWE can utilise new and talented tag teams like the revival on Raw, the Woken Hardy's should jump ships to SmackDown Live and take their Woken Wisdom to the blue brand.