WWE shocked fans with a few huge moves to kick off the "superstar shakeup" on Monday Night Raw.
Vince McMahon announced last week that WWE would be shaking up the rosters after WrestleMania, and Raw kicked off with some of SmackDown's biggest stars changing brands. The roster changes will continue to be revealed throughout Raw and Tuesday on SmackDown.
Here are all of the changes so far:
Intercontinental Champion Dean Ambrose to Raw
A massive loss for SmackDown. The blue brand is not only losing one of its most popular stars, but also one of the most prestigious titles in WWE.
The Miz and Maryse to Raw
The Miz was one of WWE's MVPs in 2016, and his long-running feud with Daniel Bryan on SmackDown delivered some of the best segments of the year.
Apollo Crews to Raw
Crews never quite took off on SmackDown, and will hopefully receive more opportunities on a longer show with more time to fill.
Curt Hawkins to Raw
Another SmackDown star who struggled to maintain any sort of momentum, Hawkins likely won't become a star on Raw, but he may get a bit more air-time.
Bray Wyatt to Raw
Another stunner of a move. The man who was SmackDown's WWE World Champion just a few weeks ago leaves another huge main-event hole on Tuesday nights.
Kalisto to Raw
It always felt a little strange that Kalisto was separated from all the cruiserweights, and he now is a part of a roster that features a bevy of potential opponents.
Heath Slater and Rhyno to Raw
A bit of a puzzling move, as the Raw tag team division very recently became loaded with the additions of the Hardy Boyz and The Revival. A few Raw teams should have their move to SmackDown announced Tuesday, though.
Alexa Bliss to Raw
The two-time SmackDown Women's Champion had been rumored to be on the verge of a switch, and you would have to assume one of Raw's four leading women could now be headed to SmackDown in exchange.
Mickie James to Raw
For SmackDown's sake, at least this wasn't Becky Lynch.
Kevin Owens to SmackDown
Kevin Owens comes to SmackDown as the United States Champion, and after SmackDown lost the Intercontinental Champion to Raw, it was a move that had to happen.
Sami Zayn to SmackDown
Sami Zayn announced his arrival by saying he's "finally' made it to SmackDown, and he should be a much better fit on Daniel Bryan's roster than he was on Raw.
Jinder Mahal to SmackDown
Rob Gronkowski hit Jinder so hard at WrestleMania 33 he flew from Raw to SmackDown.
The Shining Stars to SmackDown
Fans likely remember the seemingly never-ending Shining Star faux-tourism skits every week before the arrived on Raw, but they did very little once they actually made it to the show. They arrived Tuesday to take out American Alpha after a tag match, and like Kevin Owens, had a new look.
Charlotte to SmackDown
Charlotte is the most decorated female performer in WWE currently, but she needed new surroundings. She had already wrestled in nearly every type of match imaginable with Sasha Banks and delivered a few great matches with current Raw Women's Champion Bayley - but you can only face the same two or three people each week for so long. On SmackDown, Charlotte has a number of great potential opponents in Becky Lynch, Natalya and Naomi.
Tamina to SmackDown
Tamina Snuka hasn't been seen in action since undergoing knee surgery last May.
Sin Cara to SmackDown
With Kalisto moving to Raw, this means there's no Lucha Dragons reunion in the works.
SmackDown lost a few midcarders to Raw in the shakeup, and Sin Cara can be a valuable asset early in shows even if he's out of any title picture.
Rusev to SmackDown
"Handsome" Rusev is currently out with a shoulder injury that forced him to miss WrestleMania, but he was an underrated role-player on Raw who has the potential to be a main-event contender.
Lana to SmackDown
The New Day to SmackDown
Byron Saxton to SmackDown, David Otunga to Raw
There was some real chemistry between a heel Corey Graves and Byron Saxton, who is generally underrated. This is (finally) a move that should benefit SmackDown, if only slightly.