Seth Rollins and the WWE Stars Who Most Need Another Superstar Shake-Up

Seth Rollins and the WWE Stars Who Most Need Another Superstar Shake-Up

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The one certainty of the WWE Superstar Shake-Up is that someone is bound to boost their momentum in a big way. Could Seth Rollins be that someone should he travel from Raw to SmackDown?

The Miz’s move to Raw after last year’s Superstar Shake-Up saw him become one of the cornerstones of the brand. The mouthy heel tangled with Roman Reigns and won the Intercontinental Championship for the seventh and eighth time.

Jinder Mahal found new life on SmackDown, where he morphed from low-card fodder to WWE champion.

As we saw with Mahal, a change in locale where new rivals wait can often help a wrestler in need of a spark. 

And another exchange of talent between brands may be on the way. Citing a source within the company, Nick Hausman of Wrestle Zone reported: "WWE is internally discussing bringing back the WWE Draft at the upcoming Backlash PPV."

Rollins’ fans should be among the most excited about that prospect. The Kingslayer is not forgotten talent by any means, but he hasn’t been on the top tier in a long while. WWE has chosen instead to mostly keep him in the tag team division.

Should SmackDown select him in whatever form the next draft takes, there would be a clear path for him to the blue brand’s top title. Plus, any move that creates the possibility of Rollins going one-on-one with AJ Styles is one to seriously consider.

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