It Looks Like The WWE Superstar Shake-Up Isn’t Over Yet…

It’s been nearly a month since the extravaganza of this year’s WrestleMania, and we are still seeing unexpected shifts in the roster several weeks after the supposed conclusion of the Superstar Shake-Up.

Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson, who have previously resided on Tuesday night’s Smackdown Live roster, made the jump to Monday Night Raw tonight for a tag team match against The Usos.

It was reported last month by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that Gallows and Anderson had been pulled from all WWE Live events, after the former tag team champions allegedly refused to sign new five-year contracts with the company.

The Good Brothers moving to the Raw brand is somewhat of a surprise, not only because we’re several weeks removed from the Superstar Shake-Up, and not only because it was assumed they were waiting out their contracts on the sidelines, but because the Superstar Shake-Up took a lot of talent away from the Smackdown tag team division.

Smackdown currently has The Hardyz as tag team champions (although Jeff Hardy may be injured), with The B-Team, Rusev and Shinsuke Nakamura, The Colons, and Heavy Machinery as challengers. There’s also The New Day, but Kofi Kingston is currently the WWE Champion and Big E is injured.