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Three more superstars moved to Smackdown from RAW

The WWE Superstar Shake-Up took place last week, but it didn’t stop there. Many superstars got shaken up this week and now three more superstars returned to the blue brand from RAW.

Jinder Mahal and the Singh Brothers made their return to Smackdown Live this week. Mahal was scheduled to face Chad Gable in a singles match. However, the match didn’t take place since Lars Sullivan came out and decimated Gable and one of the Singh Brothers.

Mahal and the Brothers were most successful on Smackdown Live as Jinder Mahal won the WWE Title back in 2017 and held the title for a long time until he eventually dropped it to AJ Styles.

We will have to see how Mahal fares in Smackdown Live now.


  • Bob

    Agree with that. Would’ve only been a backward step if he’d just attacked Gable. He attacked and took out 4 guys in less than 5 minutes.

  • CC

    Nah it makes no sense. When you start building a guy as a top monster, you work your way up the card not all over it scattershot. When the likes of Strowman (as a singles star) and Ryback started out they were in matches against nameless jobbers, then moved onto the lower tier WWE guys etc etc, they did not start out attacking the top guys and then switch to jobbers.

    By attacking the three “legends” it started out strong (even if R-Truth is not the biggest “legend”), but then attacking Gable and Mahal people just go “eh?”
    Why go backwards?

  • EVH

    actually it shows he really doesnt care who he destroys, as long as he gets to prove he can. Whether you’re a legend or at the bottom of the roster, anyone could be next. If he was attacking only legends or stars that are “past their prime” it would’ve become predictable (although eventually he was gonna run out legends to attack). The attack on Gable was totally unexpected.

  • CC

    WWE has shot their load with this booking. No offence to Gable or Mahal, but Sullivan started out attacking “legends” and then goes after guys who are barely even in the mid card.

    Surely you start with the lower card guys and work you way up, not start at the top and work your way down.

  • JC Bolden

    Unfortunately after what happened with Lars I think it kind of killed his mystique because no one really seems to care when he shows up. A panic attack is a serious deal and out of his control. I just think it killed the idea of him being this monster.

  • ROB-1.

    When is Lars going to have a match?