As part of the Superstar Shake-up on Raw, Andrade was the third official announcement added to Monday's and the second from SmackDown Live.
Monday night Raw started with a bang as Stephanie McMahon welcomed her brother Shane to the show. Shane wasted no time in making fun of The Miz and touting his victory over the A-Lister only to have The Miz's music hit and The Miz attack Shane from behind, announcing his move to Raw in a major way.
Not long after, as part of a multi-team tag match, The War Raiders debuted on Raw, having been drafted from NXT. Only, they weren't known as the War Raiders any longer. They were now known as The Viking Experience, a tag team name that got chewed up and spit out by most of the WWE Universe on social media the second it was announced.
Following the Viking experience getting their first win as part of the main roster, Andrade was next to be announced as the newest member of the red brand.
He came out with his manager Zelina Vega and bragged about his many attributes before taking on Finn Balor in a non-title match. Andrade was able to get the victory with help from Vega and put stamp on his Raw debut.
What This Means
Raw wasted no time in adding to its roster. There were also a few appearances that were not officially announced as Raw mainstays, including Ricochet, Aleister Black, The Revival, Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder. Time will tell if they are announced as officially part of Monday nights.
So too, Balor wore blue to the ring foreshadowing a possible move to SmackDown Live and a debut tomorrow night.
Who else will be added to Raw?