WWE Superstar Shake-Up 2018: Full List Of Wrestlers Who Moved To SmackDown

The WWE Superstar Shake-Up is officially in the record books. SmackDown Live gained 16 awesome athletes and The Miz (just kidding, the guy is called “awesome” for a reason). The landscape of both Raw, SmackDown, and even NXT, was drastically changed following the outcome of the two day Shakeup.

Asuka confirmed the rumors online when she jumped aboard the blue brand. “The Empress of Tomorrow” Asuka has arrived in the “land of opportunity” and Carmella’s time as champion appears extremely limited.

The NXT group Sanity will also be making their way over to SmackDown (my surprise prediction came true minus Nikki Cross). But they’re not the only members of the NXT roster who will be making their way over to the blue brand. Former NXT Champion Andrade “Cien” Almas and Zelina Vega are set to make their SmackDown Live debuts very soon.

SmackDown raided Raw‘s tag team division during day two of the Superstar Shake-up. “The Good Brothers” Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were drafted to the blue brand, along with The Bar, Sheamus and Cesaro. How can Raw‘s tag team division recover from such a loss? Not even Matt Hardy’s “woken brilliance” can replenish the red brand’s now-depleted tag team division.

Who else was drafted from Raw and NXT to SmackDown Live? Look below for a full list of the SmackDown Live roster changes resulting from the 2018 WWE Superstar Shake-up.

Who moved to SmackDown Live?

  1. The Miz moved from Raw to SmackDown
  2. Jeff Hardy moved from Raw to SmackDown
  3. Samoa Joe moved form Raw to SmackDown
  4. Eric Young moved from NXT to SmackDown
  5. Alexander Wolfe moved from NXT to SmackDown
  6. Killian Dian moved from NXT to SmackDown
  7. Big Cass moved from Raw to SmackDown
  8. Asuka moved from Raw to SmackDown
  9. Luke Gallows moved from Raw to SmackDown
  10. Karl Anderson moved from Raw to SmackDown
  11. Cesaro moved from Raw to SmackDown
  12. Sheamus moved from Raw to SmackDown
  13. R-Truth moved from Raw to SmackDown
  14. Andrade “Cien” Almas moved from NXT to SmackDown
  15. Zelina Vega moved from NXT to SmackDown
  16. Sonya Deville moved from Raw to SmackDown
  17. Mandy Rose moved from Raw to SmackDown





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