The WWE begin their annual roster alteration tonight when the Superstar Shake-up begins.
Branded as the first 'International Shake-up', the company will spend two nights in Montreal, Canada as superstars move between Raw and SmackDown.
This year is even more important in terms of where stars are placed because of the deal WWE has signed with FOX to broadcast SmackDown Live on their network from October.
FOX will be reluctant to advertise Raw superstars on their programming, so we may see some big switches happening in the next few days.
Some speculated that the brand split was actually going to be ended as SmackDown stars Kofi Kingston, Cesaro and Sheamus all showed-up to compete on Raw this past Monday.
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And the following night, Raw superstars Drew McIntyre and Braun Strowman made their presence known on the blue brand, but it just looks like WWE were testing the waters post-WrestleMania.
On the same SmackDown episode, The Usos lost their Tag Team Championships to the recently reformed Hardy Boyz, despite only retaining the straps at WrestleMania just two days prior.
There had to be a big reason for losing the titles at that point in-time, and it seems as though we have found the answer.
It's been speculated since it happened but WrestleVotes today tweeted that they had heard a consistent rumour that Jimmy and Jey will be making the move to Monday Night Raw tonight.
The tag team division is really the main area that Raw needs some work on, as it's never been able to match-up to the in-ring quality that SmackDown's equivalent can bring.
If they're sticking around though or they don't also get switched, The Revival could have an absolute classic string of matches with the Samoans.
It could be a huge night for the landscape of WWE with several big moves potentially happening, and The Usos could just be the first of many.