In the aftermath of the WWE Draft, many people were left wondering what will happen to certain stables after they were separated.
The Wyatt Family have seemingly been split up, with Braun Strowman going to Monday Night Raw, and Bray Wyatt and Erick Rowan going to SmackDown Live, and they aren't the only one.
Another stable that has been seemingly pulled apart is The Club, as AJ Styles has been chosen by Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan for SmackDown Live, and Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson have been drafted by Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley for Raw.
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The Club made their debut with the WWE earlier this year, with Styles making his debut back at the Royal Rumble in January, and Gallows and Anderson following a few months later.
However, with the Draft splitting them up and sending them to different brands, it was expected that that would be the end of the stable and they would go their separate ways.
That is not the case, however, as AJ Styles has laughed off suggestions that The Club are now done and dusted.
Taking to Twitter, Styles tweeted the following: 'Ha! Some may think The Club has split up. We've expanded, no one is safe!'
What makes things more interesting is the fact Gallows and Anderson will be joined on Monday Night Raw by none other than Finn Balor, which has already lead to speculation about the trio forming a new stable without Styles.
The Club are set to take on John Cena and Enzo & Cass at WWE Battleground in a six-man tag team match, as they look to continue 'beating up John Cena'.
What should WWE do with The Club now that they are on different brands? Leave us YOUR suggestions in the comment section below!
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