The WWE brand extension happened a few weeks ago and the dust is starting to settle on how the two rosters are shaping up.
The brand split has seen some huge changes to the way that the WWE is working, with the creation of a new Universal Championship for Monday Night Raw, the future creation of a Women's Title for SmackDown, and individual pay-per-views being created for each brand.
There's also one other change, and a lot of WWE superstars are apparently unhappy about it.
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Daniel Bryan was a guest on The Bear Hug It Out Wrestling Podcast recently and the SmackDown Live general manager revealed that some stars aren't too happy with their pay.
According to Bryan, some WWE performers do not like the brand split because it hits them in the pocketbook.
"It's interesting because some of them don't like it because everyday that you're on the road and not working, you don't get paid, so you're spending money and not getting paid," Bryan stated.
"So it just becomes like a, 'okay, so now I'm making less money, but spending the same amount of being on the road and that sort of thing'."
However, SmackDown are coming up with a solution for that, with new house shows starting up on Monday nights.
"But pretty soon, we're going to start doing SmackDown live events on Monday nights, the same night as RAW, so then that's going to even out a bit," Bryan added. "And I think that extra day on the road at home makes a huge difference."