WWE Superstar Shakeup Moves Wrestlers Over To Monday Night Raw

The 2019 WWE Superstar Shakeup has happened with many wrestlers from NXT, Smackdown Live and even 205 Live being drafted over to Monday Night Raw. The shakeup is supposed to make the WWE roster feel fresh after a year of changes.

The WWE 2019 Superstar Shakeup happened this Monday and a lot of changes have been made. One team has lost a member while another team has had a huge name change.

Below is the full list wrestlers that have been drafted over to Raw

  • The Miz from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • The Viking Experience from NXT to Raw
  • Cedric Alexander from 205 Live to Raw
  • Andrade from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Zelina Vega from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Rey Mysterio from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • The Usos Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Naomi from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Eric Young from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Lacey Evans from NXT to Raw
  • AJ Styles from Smackdown Live to Raw
  • Ricochet from NXT to Raw
  • EC3 from NXT to Raw
  • Aleister Black from NXT to Raw
  • Lars Sullivan from NXT to Raw

It looks like Aleister Black and Ricochet are staying as a tag team so they will feud with the likes of The Revival and The Viking Experience.

The Viking Experience is just a new name for the War Raiders in case you are wondering who they are.

Tomorrow we will have more news about the wrestlers that will be on the Smackdown Live roster. It looks like WWE will be going all out on the roster since Smackdown will be on Fox Sports later this year!

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