Eight Superstars Who Would Benefit From Another Superstar Shake-Up
While there has been little talk of it recently, rumours were circulating a few months ago that the WWE was considering another Superstar Shake-Up in the near future. The jury remains out on the results of the original one, which took place just after Wrestlemania, but it seems likely that these will become a regular occurrence in the WWE, perhaps taking place once or twice a year.
Both Raw and Smackdown have been fairly consistent in recent months, but with such a big roster of talent, it is inevitable that some superstars will get lost in the shuffle. Both shows are really starting to develop a distinct feel and it is becoming increasingly clear that certain superstars would perhaps be better off on the other brand. Other superstars are just out of fresh faces to challenge and need a boost to prevent them from growing stale.
Let’s take a look at eight superstars who could benefit from another Superstar Shake-up.
Since Kalisto made his move to Monday Nights, Sin Cara has been left with absolutely nothing to do on the blue brand. The former Lucha Dragon is stranded and is lucky to get time on TV as a development talent right now. Moving him to Monday nights makes sense for a number of reasons.
Firstly, Neville is likely to need some fresh challenges for the cruiserweight title in the coming months and Sin Cara could definitely prove to be a legitimate opponent for him. This could also lead to Kalisto finally getting involved in the Cruiserweight scene as well, which would give him and the division a much-needed boost.
The second option, of course, is to reunite the Lucha Dragons and have them enter the tag team division. The tag team landscape in the WWE is really not that strong at the moment and the addition of the Lucha Dragons to the Raw mix would at least provide the division with some fresh faces.