WWE Superstar Shake-up: 6 Superstars that might get lost in the shuffle
The WWE Superstar Shake-up will take place on RAW and SmackDown this week, and this year it might have more importance than the previous editions. With an impending TV deal with FOX, SmackDown might end up with a lot of the star names. This deal will be a big factor that influences the decisions this time around.
A superstar shake-up may make or break someone's career. A lot of the superstars benefit from switching brands, while a lot of them get lost in the mix. Here is a list of superstars that might be in danger of getting lost in the shuffle.
#6 Apollo Crews
With the kind of athleticism Apollo Crews possesses, he could have been a major asset to any other promotion. But in WWE, he hasn't been able to impress backstage officials with his in-ring skills alone. He lacked the mic skills required to climb to the ladder in the business, and thus, lost his way on the roster. He was teamed up with Titus O' Neil and Dana Brooke, but that wasn't of much help.
Apollo Crews is so good in the ring, that you would think he would at least be a considerably good mid-carder. But neither his skills nor his association with Titus 'Worldwide' helped elevate his status within the company.
So far, in 2019, we have witnessed Crews being part in a lot of matches on RAW, the most recent one being a match against Kurt Angle. He's also been involved in some backstage segments and promos on Monday nights. But still, his chances of making any sort of impact looks unlikely, and he may one of the few characters that might get lost into the abyss after the Superstar Shake-up.