The 35th edition of WrestleMania is in the history books and also the RAW and SmackDown episodes after WrestleMania 35 are in the books now. As always, WWE got a raucous crowd for the show but the creative team disappointed the audience by delivering an underwhelming show.
Surprisingly, there were no NXT call-ups on the fallout episodes of WrestleMania 35. Perhaps, WWE did this on purpose to stun us by announcing that the NXT brand will also be involved in the upcoming superstar shakeup. Otherwise, there was no reason why WWE moved superstars to other brand just a week before the WWE Superstar Shakeup.
Also, the popularity of WWE NXT has rose immensely in the past few years, so the McMahon family might want to establish the yellow brand as their third main wrestling brand.
In this article, we will have a look at the things that can transpire if the WWE Universe's favorite wrestling brand is involved in the Superstar Shakeup -
#4 Adam Cole could be Seth Rollins' next challenger for the Universal Championship
Adam Cole lost his two out three falls NXT Championship match against Johnny Gargano in the main event of WWE NXT TakeOver: New York. However, Cole received heaps of praises for his performance in the 38-minute match.
The leader of the Undisputed Era had made his main roster debut in the Royal Rumble match of 2018, where he was eliminated by Rey Mysterio. The chances that Adam shows up on the flagship show are very high as the RAW roster lacks a quality in-ring technician like him.
The best way WWE can let the former NXT North American champion announce himself on RAW is by having him answer the Universal Champion Seth Rollins' open challenge (only if the Bar do not attack to set up a tag team match).