According to a report from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there are currently no plans for WWE to end the brand split despite a serious lack of depth on the rosters these days. Of course, that’s due to the many releases over the past year or so, which has resulted in rematch after rematch taking place.
As you know, WWE recently unified both the WWE and Universal titles, which means Roman Reigns and The Usos can now appear on both RAW and SmackDown. Additionally, we’ve seen a lot of crossover between the brands in recent weeks, as Kevin Owens has been appearing on SmackDown and Shinsuke Nakamura has been featured on RAW.
With that being said, WWE SmackDown talent will continue to appear on RAW and vice versa. This time around, the company is not expected to announce any “silly” explanations as to why this is happening.