2017-08-21 Roster

2017-08-21 Roster

Call me (up) maybe. One of the big possibilities in the coming weeks seems to be another series of roster changes. WWE has been a bit more receptive to such changes, beginning with April’s Superstar Shakeup. While nothing has officially been announced, there are some rumors of potential moves, including some NXT call-ups.

According to Wrestlinginc.com, some of the moves would see John Cena moving to “Monday Night Raw” (Cena is only scheduled for “Monday Night Raw” live events going forward, save for one “Smackdown Live” show in China) and the newly signed Shelton Benjamin going to “Smackdown Live”. In addition to these, there is a good chance that Peyton Royce, Billie Kay, Bobby Roode, Hideo Itami, No Way Jose and the Authors of Pain could soon be making their main roster debuts.

Here’s how WWE went about changing things up last time.

Mr. McMahon promises to shake up Raw and SmackDown LIVE: Raw, April 3, 2017

Mr. McMahon promises to shake up Raw and SmackDown LIVE: Raw, April 3, 2017

Opinion: Well it’s not like the rosters couldn’t use some boosting. Over the last few weeks, it’s become more and more clear that WWE is in need of some fresh blood so maybe these are some moves that could help it out a lot. If nothing else it’s always interesting to see what the new NXT callups can do.

Which of these moves interests you the most? What other moves would you like to see? Let us know in the comments below.

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