Ranking Every Raw WWE Superstar Shakeup Move From Worst To Best

Posted April 17, 2018

Instead, Angle announced that Miz would be headed to SmackDown Live in the Superstar Shakeup, noting that Bryan specifically stated that he wanted The Miz back on the Blue Brand.

This is one of the biggest events of the year as WWE changes its roster in a major way over the course of two nights. The two could easily be contenders for the Raw tag team titles.

The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan) - this was a surprise, given all three superstars debuted on the main roster shortly before the Royal Rumble. The Revival defeated Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson while Matt Hardy and Bray Wyatt picked up a win over Titus Worldwide.

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Dolph Ziggler formed a daunting duo with the returning Drew McIntyre, who is the latest NXT star to join the main roster, and took out Titus Worldwide easily. Several of these involve wrestlers going from Monday Night Raw to Smackdown but there are also two entries involving wrestlers going to ECW, which existed as a third brand from 2006 until early 2010. He could also end up feuding with Braun Strowman since he's the only other big man that Strowman hasn't tangled with.

Mojo Rawley - Another former Smackdown superstar who could be thrown into lower to midcard feuds on the Raw brand. It's essentially a clean slate for him. They could reform American Alpha or begin an angle against each other. The three-hour long show had quite a few surprises-not as many as the Raw after Mania though.

Opinion: This list was a little confusing for me as you would think that John Cena coming to Monday Night Raw would be the top spot.

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He'll have his last match on #RAW tonight, and then it's off to #SDLive for @mikethemiz!

Even though the leader of Absolution, Paige, is not the SmackDown General Manager, Mandy Rose doesn't have to go at it alone.

Who came out ahead and who lost from the new dynamic so far?

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