Change is inevitable, especially in professional wrestling. WWE will once again shake things up after WrestleMania 34. Since titles are expected to change and new feuds created, there is a chance WWE will give fans what they want – new matches they have hoped for but have yet to happen.
Here is a look at five wrestlers who could be on the move once the dust clears April 8 in New Orleans.
In order for this to happen, Styles would have to have to lose to Shinsuke Nakamura at WrestleMania 34. He would also have to lose the return match between the two wrestling superstars.
Styles Is the best performer in WWE, period, and his move to Monday night would cause a titanic shift in star power. Presumably a move like this is done with the idea that Finn Balor is next in line to face the Phenomenal One.
It is possible the company will match Styles in a feud once again with Roman Reigns or have him in a program with Samoa Joe as well.
Following her match against Bayley, what is WWE going to do with “The Boss?”
Banks making the move to Tuesday nights does two things. First, this potentially renews a rivalry with Charlotte, but this time Banks plays the role of heel. Second, this could lead to a feud with Asuka.
Fans got a taste of how good this feud could be a few weeks ago, when both women put on a clinic. This kind of rivalry has “Match of the Year” written all over it. Banks is uber-popular with WWE’s fan base, but she is better suited for the heel role. Her attack on Bayley cemented her role in the company.
If AJ Styles moves to Raw, then it’s logical The Miz moves to SmackDown Live.
The charismatic enigma is one of the best talkers to ever grace WWE. His in-ring skills are solid, and he gives the blue brand the shot of adrenaline it needs.
A Randy Orton feud would be amazing. Of course, there is always the possibility of the renewed rivalry with Daniel Bryan, which would have fans jumping out of their seats.
At first, I thought it would be Bryan making the move to the red team, but The Miz moving back to Tuesday nights makes more sense. I hope their confrontations are as explosive as they once were.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
Here’s what I’m thinking. Bear with me.
Owens and Zayn lose their match with Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 34. The conditions of the match suggest they both get fired. The next night on Raw, Stephanie McMahon hires both wrestlers to the red brand.
It’s a genius move that allows Sheamus and Cesaro to move over to Tuesday nights like they have teased in the past couple of weeks.
At some point I would love to see Zayn and Owens feud this time with the former Universal Champion as the baby face in this confrontation.
There has been talk lately that Big Cass is completely healed for my knee injury that has kept him out of action for several months. Right before he was sidelined, Big Cass turned on Enzo Amore and became the heel everybody predicted. He never truly got to show how solid he could be in this role.
Cass’s size alone makes him a favorite within the company. He is still fairly green, so moving him to Tuesday nights and having him feud with Rusev or John Cena or Nakamura will help him mature as a performer in the ring.