Vince McMahon

What Is Vince McMahon Going to Smackdown next week?

Shane McMahon’s suspension for abruptly hitting Kevin Owens was one of the reasons he called yesterday, Tuesday 5, the Smackdown Live edition. Kevin Owens continued to blaspheme against Shane and Daniel Bryan, who confirmed that next week WWE grouper Vince McMahon would hit the Blue Mark after more than four years in not appearing on Smackdown (August 16, 2013).

Although he did not mention motives, he is supposed to put order for his son’s behavior against Kevin Owens, and perhaps decree the first fight for the next blue ppv: Hell in a Cell, where Kevin Owens v. Shane McMahon in the cell that the demon built.

He could also announce other things. According to the portal Four3Four , Vince could reach the Blue Mark to give the date of the second Superstars Shake Up using the nonconformity of Kevin Owens to be in Smackdown.

The same portal points out that several names are already rumored for a change of brand, among which stand out: Baron Corbin, Randy Orton, Samoa Joe, Finn Bálor and Owens himself. In the feminine area both Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch could change airs to refresh their careers and support them to leave the bump where they are currently. Although not yet confirmed, the rumors seem consistent with what was previously reported , that after SummerSlam would happen the rearrangement of brands.

In addition to the names mentioned it will be worth considering other names that could “ascend” NXT, such as the former NXT Women’s Champion, Asuka or the also discussed Authors of Pain and why not think of Hideo Itami to create a legion Japanese first class on either of the two important rosters.

What other superstar would like to change brand?

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