The New Day have been spectacular. When they debuted, almost everyone thought it was one of the biggest letdowns in WWE history. Here we are two years later, and the stable is one of the most successful in decades.

Unfortunately, there was always going to come a time when The New Day stable came to an end. The WWE Draft is a major obstacle, and the powers that be are on the fence about the end of The New Day.

According to a report from, there are some WWE officials who believe that The New Day stable is losing a lot of steam and their buzz is dying.

Having said that, some other WWE officials feel differently and point to the group’s merchandise sales as an indicator that the group is still going strong.

Ultimately, the argument is if The New Day should be split up in the WWE Draft and brand split. If the former had their way The New Day would split up, but the latter obviously would argue the opposite.

If The New Day is split up, the expectation is that it would mean big things with Big E. The rumors are claiming that he would receive a major singles push on his own.

However, many within WWE are scared of Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods getting lost in the midcard again, which would be insanely difficult to get out of again after not being able to capitalize on The New Day’s run.

Do you think it’s a good idea to break up The New Day?


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