WWE is always evolving, but since the last brand split, it looks like they’re sticking to their guns concerning having two rosters.
Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE has the option to end the brand split at this point, but they won’t, no matter how good of an idea it might be to have fewer championship titles in WWE.
“They won’t do it. It kinda screws up your house show touring. They could do anything they want, it doesn’t really matter. There’s no reason now to. I don’t think you need the US and Intercontinental Champions on both shows. If you have one Champion, one Women’s Champion, but I can’t see them doing either of those.”
“One women’s tag team title, but then of all the titles to be on both shows, the Tag Team Title? That’s kinda… whatever, but I really don’t see that happening.”
It was noted that WWE could go with one World Champion between WWE brands which Meltzer said “was a good idea,” but even though WWE could also do the same with one women’s champion, it’s likely that they won’t. However, as we previously reported the Women’s Tag Team Titles might not float from brand to brand either and they may only be for the RAW women.
We previously reported how Fox is spending a lot of money on these blue brand Superstars starting in October next year so they might not want to share Superstars who are also on the Universal-owned USA Network.
Either way, it doesn’t appear the brand split is going to be any kind of a result of this New Era in WWE.
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