WWE Brand Split Results

WWE Brand Split Results

The time has finally happened for the day we have all being waiting months for. The Brand Split has finally happened, RAW and SmackDown are now once again individual rosters. With Shane and Stephanie acting as the Commissioners of SmackDown and RAW respectively, they were under instruction from their father. Mr McMahon made it clear that they will need to appoint General Managers to assume the day-to-day business. This past week on RAW, the General Managers were revealed to be none other than Mick Foley for RAW and Daniel Bryan for SmackDown. But on the first edition of SmackDown Live, we were finally given some insight into which superstars will be allocated to each show. The table showing the Brand Split outcome for each show is shown below;

First selection Seth Rollins (1) Dean Ambrose (2)
WWE World Heavyweight Champion
Additional picks Charlotte (3)
WWE Women’s Champion
AJ Styles (4)
Finn Balor (5)
From NXT
John Cena (7)
Roman Reigns (6) Randy Orton (9)
Brock Lesnar (8) Bray Wyatt (12)
The New Day (10)
WWE Tag Team Champions
Becky Lynch (14)
Sami Zayn (11) The Miz w/ Maryse (17)
WWE Intercontinental Champion
Sasha Banks (13) Baron Corbin (19)
Chris Jericho (15) American Alpha (22)
From NXT
Rusev w/ Lana (16)
WWE United States Champion
Dolph Ziggler (24)
Kevin Owens (18) Natalya (27)
Enzo and Cass (20) Alberto Del Rio (29)
Gallows and Anderson (21) The Usos (32)
Big Show (23) Kane (34)
Nia Jax (25)
From NXT
Kalisto (37)
Neville (26) Naomi (39)
Cesaro (28) The Ascension (41)
Sheamus (30) Zack Ryder (43)
Golden Truth (31) Apollo Crews (45)
Titus O’Neil (33) Alexa Bliss (47)
From NXT
Paige (35) Breezango (49)
Darren Young w/ Bob Backlund (36) Eva Marie (51)
Sin Cara (38) The Vaudevillains (53)
Jack Swagger (40) Erick Rowan (55)
The Dudley Boyz (42) Mojo Rawley (57)
From NXT
Summer Rae (44) Carmella (59)
From NXT
Mark Henry (46)
Braun Strowman (48)
Bo Dallas (50)
Shining Stars (52)
Alicia Fox (54)
Dana Brooke (56)
Curtis Axel (58)

What is certainly interesting to note, SmackDown only gained two out of the five championships available. But SmackDown also gained four NXT Superstars where RAW only received two. There are some interesting choices produced from this, especially considering the high number of factions now on the RAW Brand. Once Battleground has being concluded this coming Sunday, only time will tell how this new era under the leadership of the beard plays out…

Do you like who ended up where in the Brand Split? We’d love to know what you think!

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