WWE made a few more roster changes after Raw and SmackDown Live this week including sending Liv Morgan to Tuesday nights.
The Superstar Shakeup is now over and done with for another year and fair play to WWE, things already feel very different off the back of it. Roman Reigns and AJ Styles switching places alone is pretty big. Both men have been at the top of their respective brands ever since the roster split almost three years ago and now find themselves on different shows.
As usual, WWE made some extra changes that were not shown on television. Those included Apollo Crews and Mickie James moving over to SmackDown Live. However, a couple of the other switches have presumably resulted in tag teams being broken up. It was announced on WWE.com that Chad Gable is now on Team Blue, but Bobby Roode has not made the move along with him.
We can cope with the breakup of Roode and Gable, but the other team that is now apparently a thing of the past is a little harder to swallow. Another of the non-televised moves was Liv Morgan to Tuesday nights. That means The Riott Squad is no more. Or perhaps it will continue but only as a tandem.
Morgan seems to have taken the news extremely well. Following the revelation of the full rundown of changes, she quoted the tweet and claimed to be the big acquisition Vince McMahon was referring to. Morgan, Sarah Logan, and Ruby Riott have all spoken out on social media since, detailing how they knew they could never be prepared for their breakup whenever it happened.
If you follow the exploits of the trio on social media then you'll know their bond extends beyond the realms of WWE. The three have spent their lives together for the past year and a half, even getting their debut date tattooed onto them. Although Logan and Riott remain on Raw, there has been speculation that they will go their separate ways too. Perhaps Logan will soon join her husband Erik as a part of The Viking Experience.