WWE: 5 Trades That Should Happen in ‘Superstar Shake-Up’

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The WWE Draft occurred last year in July, but Vince McMahon appeared on the Raw after WrestleMania to state that there will be a “superstar shake-up” in the upcoming week. Here are five superstars who should switch sides.

Based on the way Vince McMahon phrased his announcement on the Raw following WWE WrestleMania, it doesn’t seem like we will have a reprise of the draft next week, and that’s probably for the best. Both brands have separate titles, all of the stories haven’t completely run their course, and we already have a few feuds set.

That said, it is clear that things need to be freshened up, because it’s better to take a proactive approach in making sure storylines remain interesting, as opposed to allowing stories to go stale. Judging by the muddled women’s matches at WrestleMania 33 and the fact that the disparity in quality between the Raw and SmackDown tag teams is immense, a “shake-up” couldn’t come at a better time.

At this point, it seems like the only superstars who are 100% safe on their respective brands are the new women’s champions (since those titles are named by the brand they are on), and the new call-ups like “The Revival” and Emma.

Let’s take a look at five superstars whose futures are less certain, as these five singles stars or tag teams should switch brands.