Will WWE continue to mix stars from different rosters?



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Will WWE continue to mix stars from different rosters?

In the last episode of Monday Night Raw, which aired as usual on Monday evening, on the USA Network TV screens in America, WWE wanted to postpone one night only its Universal Smackdown champion, Roman Reigns, to the rings of the red roster, with the Tribal Chief who managed to win both important matches of the night in which he was involved.

If in the first the Tribal Chief beat together with his cousins, the Usos, the whole New Day team, in the main event of the evening, Roman then got the better of the new WWE champion Big E and the former holder of the same belt, Bobby Lashley, grabbing a golden opportunity, with Bobby Lashley raging on his opponent, Big E, with a steel chair.

Apparently, WWE's said to have taken his number one character at the time of the whole company all the way to Raw, to try to increase the ratings of the program, with the competition of the American evening football, which significantly lowered the ratings of the show of.

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WWE will keep rosters separate in the future

According to what has been hypothesized by various insiders and various fans, WWE's said to have mixed the cards a bit, making Raw athletes appear more often in Smackdown and vice versa, so as to raise the ratings of both shows, but according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, this does not seem to be the reasoning the company wants to do.

As reported by the Observer in one of its latest updates, by the mouth of the usual Meltzer, in fact: "Regarding the fact that Superstars can appear in both brands as Reigns, to try to raise the ratings, the thing is only for this week.

'It's not a long-term strategy. Not even one in the short term 'Certainly that could change at any moment, but according to this week's rumors, it will not be planned for the long term, nor on a regular basis."

Lynch made her big return to WWE at SummerSlam 2021 and squashed Bianca Belair to win the SmackDown Women's title. Lynch has been doing well for herself on the blue brand ever since. In a recent interview, Lynch revealed that there were backstage discussions about having her return at WrestleMania 37 to face Bayley.

She added that she was disappointed that the idea didn't come to fruition. Lynch made her main roster debut in 2015 while Bayley came up a year later. Both women have faced each other on several occasions over the past eight years or so.