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Update On WWE's Brand Splitting

Update On WWE's Brand Splitting

Views: 70 | Updated On: | By Jitu Jangir

The company's main roster brand split isn't getting to an end!

Bryan Alvarez recently noted that although the promotion is yet to rubber-stamp it, the split is effectively over. WWE's growing habit of allowing wrestlers assigned to either Raw or SmackDown to appear on other brands looks set to continue for the foreseeable future.

According to the latest from Andrew Zarian, the brand split will not be ending. However, the current plan is to have more individuals jump from brand to brand depending on storylines.

Relaunched after the company's first official talent draft in 2016, the brand split initially served to organize WWE's gargantuan main roster into two separate groups of talent, theoretically allowing more television time.

WWE has often kept it loose, however, especially with the malicious wildcard rule of 2019, which allowed up to four wrestlers per night to change brands.

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