as declared in The brand split has been a success for WWE (and SmackDown in particular), but this news should be welcomed.
WWE.comRaw and SmackDown’s talent rosters have remained reasonably stable since the 2016 WWE Draft.
The split has has only been in effect for seven months, so it’s unlikely that WWE will tear everything down and start from scratch.
According to Dave Meltzer on a recent episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE are considering making some big roster trades between Raw and SmackDown, though there’s no word on which wrestlers might be shifting brands.
Still, a few trades could work wonders for SmackDown’s threadbare midcard and Raw’s struggling main event scene, and with WrestleMania traditionally acting as WWE’s season finale, the timing is perfect.
as mentioned in Credit: WWE.comRandy Orton has doubled down on his allegiance to The Wyatt Family by vowing to never face Bray Wyatt for the WWE Championship at WWE WrestleMania 33.
1 Contender, few expect Orton to be permanently held out of a world championship matchup against Wyatt in an event that would mark The Viper’s fifth world title match at WrestleMania.
Harper received quite the positive response for rebelling against Wyatt at the WWE Royal Rumble.
If WWE opts to include the pesky Luke Harper, one way for Orton’s return could be at the behest of Wyatt himself.
WWE has protected the intoxicating aura of Bray Wyatt by booking the current WWE champion to demonstrate authority over one of WWE’s most reclusive Superstars.
as mentioned in The brothers have won the WWE Tag Team Championship seven times, while Jeff has won the WWE World Championship three times.
Matt and Jeff rose to fame with their high flying daredevilry as the tag team duo The Hardy Boyz in the WWE.
According to Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the wrestling entertainment company’s chairman has plans to use the talents of the Attitude Era stars Hardy Boyz at the PPV event.
Jeff left the WWE in 2009 followed by Matt in 2010.
Vince McMahon is reportedly looking to re-sign brothers Matt and Jeff Hardy ahead of WWE’s biggest pay-per-view (PPV) of them all — WrestleMania, the 33rd edition of the event, which is to take place at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida on 2 April.