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Reviewing the WWE Superstar Shakeup

This week’s episode of Rudo Radio focuses on the wrestlers who switched brands, and what that means for them and their new shows.

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WWE’s Superstar Shakeup was a success, even if it made no narrative sense. RAW and SmackDown Live both have exciting new wrestlers and potential stories to tell, and that’s kind of the point of this whole shaking up switcheroo thing, isn’t it? We talk the new wrestlers on their new shows, and what we’re expecting from and of them now that they wrestle on different days of the week.

What’d you think of the Shakeup? Is one show now clearly better than the other? Did they both upgrade or are we worse off than we were a week ago? We’re pretty confident this is good for business, even if we will miss the Miz on Talking Smack.

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