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.
Readers can check out our “SmackDown Live” gallery tomorrow, though for this one, it’s important to point out that we did not include the Cruiserweights. After all, the “Monday Night Raw” guests have their own show, “205 Live,” and none of them would compete on “SmackDown” anyway.
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 counted wrestlers individually in our number.
Authors of Pain: Akam and Rezar
NXT alums are gigantic and scary. Prediction? Painnn.
Miss Bliss doesn’t have the belt anymore, but she’s got a rematch with Nia Jax.
Crazy like a Fox, sure, but a key part of the women’s evolution.
Titus Worldwide: Titus O’Neill, Apollo and Dana Brooke
With statistician Brooke at their sides, there’s not much O’Neill and Apollo can’t do. (Except win, they don’t do a ton of that.)
The “lone wolf” looks to tear through the packed “Raw” locker room.
Who needs a hug? Better that than a Bayley-to-Belly suplex.
The Big Show
Yeah, Big Show is still on the roster, and he could still knock you out cold with one punch.
The Miztourage: Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel
Though they’ll probably have to drop the name since The Miz was drafted to “SmackDown.”
A “glorious” new addition to “Monday Night Raw.”
Anyone stupid enough to step to “the monster among men” is gonna get these hands.
Bray Wyatt and Matt Hardy
An unlikely pairing, especially considering Wyatt’s real-life brother Bo Dallas is also on “Raw.” Hardy’s real brother Jeff Hardy is on “SmackDown” as the United States Champion.
Brock Lesnar (with Paul Heyman)
Ladies and gentleman, his name is Brock Lesnar, and he’s still the Universal Champion.
Recently split from new tag team partner Shelton Benjamin, Gable is either here to feud with or re-team with fellow American Alpha alum Jason Jordan. Probably both, eventually.
Hawkins never wins, and he never knows when to quit.
The Revival: Scott Dawson and Dash Wilder
An old-school tag team that seems to get buried more than pushed.
The Ambrose Asylum will re-open for business on “Raw” once the former SHIELD member returns from injury.
Dolph Ziggler and Drew McIntyre
Ziggler has returned to steal the show, and he’s brought a (very large) friend.
WWE stands for “Walk With Elias.” We’re not sure if there’s a RAW acronym.
The Eclipse is a top-notch finisher, and the main roster women’s division is finding that out.
Breezango: Tyler Breeze and Fandango
Yeah, they’re silly — but they just picked up a huge win against The Bar last Monday.
Finn Balor (pictured as The Demon)
The Balor Club is for everyone, and we’re all for Finn Balor.
Cody Rhodes has left WWE and Dusty Rhodes has passed, but Dustin is still here.
Heath Slater and Rhyno
Heath’s got kids, and Rhyno, well he recently ran for congress and lost.
See Gable, Chad. Also let’s hope that upon Jordan’s return he’s no longer the storyline son of Kurt Angle. That was dumb.
Jinder Mahal (with the Singh Brothers)
Jinder Mahal doesn’t come in peace anymore.
Do we really need to write a caption about John Cena? You know who he is, your mom knows who he is.
Another wrestler-turned-politician. You know, if voters can get past the fact that Kane is a demon from Hell.
Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
Fired from “SmackDown Live,” these two had nowhere else to go.
The Ascension: Konnor and Viktor
Another popular tag team from their NXT days that haven’t had any success on the main roster.
The Riott Squad: Ruby Riott, Sarah Logan and Liv Morgan
With Paige’s retirement from in-ring activity, the Riott Squad is now one better than Absolution, its “SmackDown” stable counterpart.
Yes, she’s still going, a fact that saved Alexa Bliss’ butt more than a few times during her run as champ.
The truth is, you won’t see much of Mike Kanellis on “Raw.” Maybe at house shows …
The original “Hype Bro” has been more hype than substance since winning the Andre the Giant Battle Royal in 2017.
The best there was, the best there is, and the best there ever will be? Nah, but she’s a pro.
It’s hard to see anyone on this “Raw” roster not named Ronda Rousey taking the title off of Nia Jax — but they’ll sure try.
No Way Jose
He dances, he wrestles, you get it.
With or without a title, “Raw” is the Big Dog’s yard — whether the WWE Universe likes it or not.
No fakers here. “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey proved at WrestleMania 34 that she can go in the ring — it’s that whole talking thing the UFC import must master.
“The Boss” has turned her back on Bayley, and now her eyes are on Nia Jax’s prize.
A healthy Seth “Freakin’” Rollins can really BURN IT DOWN, and he’s got the Intercontinental Championship to prove it.
Remember Zack Ryder? Well, he remembers former partner Mojo Rawley, and they’re both here …
Check back tomorrow for our “SmackDown Live” gallery.