The Superstar Shakeup has become one of the biggest events on the WWE calendar. However, Bayley seems to think it's pointless.
Another WrestleMania is in the books and as has become tradition in recent years, the Superstar Shakeup will now take a place. A chance for WWE to switch a few wrestlers between brands and make everything feel a little fresher. The event will begin tonight on Raw and continue into tomorrow's episode of SmackDown Live.
Some fans are questioning the point of WWE even having a Shakeup this year. That's due to the lines between the company's brands becoming increasingly blurred over the last few months. Becky Lynch is currently the Women's Champion of both shows, and a handful of Superstars have been competing on Raw, SmackDown Live, and even NXT every single week.
If you are taking that stance in regard to this year's Shakeup, then you seem to be of the same mindset as Bayley. The former Women's Champion took to Twitter to point out that she has been on Raw, SmackDown Live, and NXT in the space of the last month. She then signs off by writing "does it really even matter?" Well, since you no longer hold a title that can be defended on any show, we would probably say that it does matter.
Been on RAW, SD Live and NXT in the past month. Does it really even matter?— Bayley (@itsBayleyWWE) April 11, 2019
Bring on the #SuperstarShakeUp
Reminding Bayley that she is no longer a Women's Tag Team Champion probably wouldn't be the best thing to do right now. If the rumors are true, she and Sasha Banks were incredibly unhappy at having to drop the titles to The Iiconics at WrestleMania. Certain reports have claimed that Banks has even gone as far as to tell WWE that she won't be turning up for work this week.
We might be poking a little bit of fun here, but for the most part, we agree with Bayley. Personally, we hope WWE sees the Shakeup as a chance to hit the reset button and stop Superstars from appearing on multiple brands, at least until Survivor Series. Plus, with Money In The Bank on the horizon, there is also a chance to get one title off of Lynch so that she can focus all of her attention on one show. If done right, this week's Shakeup could do a world of good to the WWE landscape.