In the aftermath of the brand split and the WWE Draft, it's been quite a hectic couple of weeks for both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown LIVE.
One of the most exciting feuds and storylines in recent weeks is the build up to Brock Lesnar vs Randy Orton at SummerSlam later this month.
Due to Lesnar being drafted by Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley to Raw, and Orton being picked by Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan for SmackDown, it looked like building up the feud would be tricky.
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However, despite the brand split being just a couple of weeks old, WWE are already doing cross-over promotions, with Orton invading Raw to RKO Lesnar, and Lesnar reciprocating by hitting Orton with an F-5 the next night on SmackDown.
The invading of the shows has given WWE an old-school feel about it, back to the golden days when WWE would invade WCW and vice versa.
With that in mind, WWE have now got to think about the future and how they can possibly put together their big names for big matches.
According to No DQ, WWE plan on having several cross-brand matches in the future, with the likelihood of them taking place around the big four Pay-Per-Views.
The big four are: Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series.
The plan as it stands is to use the top superstars from each brand to do the inter-promotional feuds, and there will also be more Raw vs SmackDown type matches.
As things stand, however, the cross-brand feuding will be solely between Brock Lesnar and Randy Orton, with Bryan set to appear on Raw this Monday to discuss the latest invasions with his rival general manager.
What cross-brand feud would YOU like to see? Have YOUR say in the comment section below!