Five WWE Stars Who Must Switch Brands In 2017
January 16, 2017 - WWE
WWE astounded fans final year with a code separate that determined Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins as Raw’s top stars and AJ Styles and Dean Ambrose as the faces of SmackDown.
Although a latest code prolongation has had copiousness of positives, like a mass that is SmackDown, it has rather unprotected a rosters for their miss of depth. The hapless outcome of carrying singular rosters for both shows is that it is some-more formidable to consistently give fans uninformed feuds, matches and storylines.
Thus, WWE will need to do something to shake adult a rosters during some indicate in 2017, either that’s by another breeze (though it might be too early for that) or a slew of luminary trades. This will give superstars who are struggling on their particular brands a new event to attain and also will breathe new life into both shows.
Here are 5 superstars who contingency switch brands in 2017.
Don’t let Sami Zayn’s new storyline with Braun Strowman dope we into meditative he’s finally being requisitioned right because, well, he isn’t.
Zayn has been dissipated about as badly as anyone given a code split, carrying probably no critical storylines unless we count a Strowman one that unequivocally hasn’t finished him any favors. Even yet Zayn is a universe category in-ring performer and an implausible babyface who knows how to pull magnetism from fans, Raw has, during times, totally mislaid that he exists.
Talk about a staggering rubbish of talent. Zayn delivered show-stealing bouts with Kevin Owens, Shinsuke Nakamura and Cesaro, only to name a few, in 2016, and his talents would best be employed on a blue brand, that has highlighted good wrestling given a code split.
WWE has teased relocating Zayn to SmackDown during his storyline with Strowman, and that needs to turn a existence in 2017, so Zayn can have must-see feuds opposite guys like AJ Styles, Dolph Ziggler and Dean Ambrose.
Other than a argument with Baron Corbin, Kalisto hasn’t finished most of note on SmackDown, which, on paper, should be a good place for a luchador though eventually hasn’t been.
Kalisto has left weeks during a time but appearing on TV, hasn’t picked adult many important wins and has gotten mislaid in a trifle behind a blue brand’s tip babyfaces. Luckily for him, however, he could be a star in a Cruiserweight multiplication if WWE ships him to Raw, that is where he should have been in a initial place.
Yes, a Cruiserweight multiplication has a problems as well, but it has revived Neville and could do a same for Kalisto, who is a summary of a form of performer that a Cruiserweight multiplication should launch to superstardom.