We all just lived through another WWE Superstar Shakeup, and if your head is still spinning, we’re here to help: TheWrap has tracked down where all 96 main roster wrestlers now work.
In our tallies, we only counted regular in-ring wrestlers, so no managers or agents or wives or escorts, etc. — even if they step between the ropes once or twice a year. Though we listed the obvious and current stables and tag teams together, we added up wrestlers individually.
Readers can check out our “Raw” gallery here.
The “Rusev Day” singer is pretty shredded and has a much better haircut now — sky’s the limit?
“The Phenomenal One” is truly phenomenal, and that’s why he has been the WWE Champion for a while now.
SAnitY: Alexander Wolfe, Eric Young and Killian Dain
Even their name is scary.
Andrade “Cien” Almas (w/Zelina Vega)
Ty Dillinger may be “The Perfect 10,” but “Cien” means 100. So you tell us who would win head-to-head.
Her undefeated streak may be over, but the “Empress of Tomorrow” has a blindingly bright future ahead of her on “SmackDown.”
The “Irish Lass Kicker” is ready for another run at the title.
No one mention Enzo Amore. No one mention Enzo Amore. No one mention Enzo Amore.
The New Day: Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods
It’s a new roster, yes it is. So, ah, who wants pancakes?
The Iconics: Billie Kay and Peyton Royce
And they’re coming for Charlotte Flair …
Ms. Money in the Bank is now Ms. WWE “SmackDown Live” Women’s Champion. OK, so that’s a bit of a mouthful, but she definitely has the belt — for now.
The Bar: Cesaro and Sheamus
They don’t just set the bar, they are the — oh you get it.
Charlotte Flair is the best women’s wrestler that has ever lived, and yet she’s on the “B” show.
No, we haven’t seen Y2J for a while, but he’s technically on the “SmackDown” roster.
Yes! Yes! Yes! Daniel Bryan is no longer the “SmackDown” general manager, he’s now the show’s marquee in-ring performer. (Sorry, A.J. Styles.)
The Shining Stars: Primo and Epico Colon
Are these guys still selling timeshares in Puerto Rico?
The Bludgeon Brothers: Harper and Rowan
The tag team champs have cool outfits, huge mallets and (we think) a very stupid name.
Why in the world did WWE break up the brothers Hardy like this? Anyway, Jeff is the one that “SmackDown” gets.
The Usos: Jimmy and Jey
Now HERE are two brothers that should never, ever be broken up. The Usos are probably the best tag team in WWE, and yes, they’ve been down since Day One-ish.
Gallows and Anderson: Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson
Two guys that prove WWE is not always the best place for pro-wrestling talent.
Rusev (with Lana)
Tuesdays are “Rusev Day.”
Absolution: Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville
Will these two NXT imports replace the injured Paige, who is now their GM?
The Miz (with Maryse)
Don’t wrote off The Miz as a goofy reality show alum, this guy is a strong worker and a great talker.
Feel the Glow, which is not to be confused with Netflix’s GLOW.
She’s “Fearless,” and now single again. Sorry, Nikki.
What’s up? We guess R-Truth is still an active wrestler. I mean, that’s what the website says.
The Viper will still strike you with an RKO outta nowhere.
Joe has one of the better no-lyrics entrance songs in WWE, and probably its best scowl.
We’ll see what he can accomplish away from Chad Gable.
His WrestleMania “dream match” against A.J. Styles was only decent, and Nakamura’s new low-blow obsession is just kinda … weird.
The daughter of Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka is a bruiser — and she’s still going.
If Will Forte dedicated himself to professional wrestling (and cornrows).
In case you missed it, check out our “Raw” gallery here.