In the recent superstar shake-up, there are lots of ups and downs. Among the ones who have moved from Monday Night RAW to SmackDown includes Asuka, Samoa Joe, and new United States Champion Jeff Hardy.
The Empress of Tomorrow Asuka by winning the Women Royal Rumble has the opportunity to choose her Wrestlemania opponent and she choose Charlotte Flair. Her debut on SmackDown happened when Charlotte Flair had her one on one match with Peyton Royce.
Samoa Joe who recently returned to in-ring action and after humiliating Roman Reigns for his back to back defeats against Brock Lesnar is seen debuting on SmackDown Live. This is perhaps the super-star that Team Red didn’t want to lose.
The Miz is heading to SmackDown Live after former WWE SmackDown General Manager, Daniel Bryan is adamant to about getting Miz on Tuesday night show. This has certainly reignited their rivalry, something that Daniel Bryan doesn’t like imitating him. Daniel Bryan on Twitter said:
— Daniel Bryan (@WWEDanielBryan) April 17, 2018
And here is what The Miz replied:
— The Miz (@mikethemiz) April 17, 2018
Jeff Hardy who recently become the United States Champion for the first time in his career, debut on SmackDown Live! He faced Shelton Benjamin.
Importantly, Cesaro and Sheamus, the best friend and four time tag team champions will be seen on Tuesday night. Gallows and Anderson is another tag team which joined SmackDown Live.
Among the superstars that SmackDown has lost includes Baron Corbin, Chad Gable, Natalya, Bobby Roode, and Dolph Ziggler.
Overall, WWE Superstar Shake-up 2018 didn’t disappoint anyone including fans except The Miz.