Tucker Remains On RAW, Despite Speculation


Despite speculation suggesting that Tucker has been moved back to Friday Night SmackDown, the former Heavy Machinery man remains on RAW.

Rumours were rife regarding Tucker’s status within WWE following Hell In A Cell, where the RAW Superstar betrayed his former tag team partner – costing Otis the Money In The Bank contract which would have allowed for a guaranteed shot at the Universal Championship at any point.

Tucker was originally drafted to Monday Night Raw in the 2020 WWE Draft at the beginning of October and, since the draft, has only made one appearance on the red brand alongside El Gran Gordo in a victory over The Miz and John Morrison.

Speculation suggested that Tucker’s profile on WWE.com had given away that Tucker was SmackDown-bound again, but it’s now been confirmed that he is indeed still a RAW Superstar.

Bryan Alvarez had also tweeted that WWE had “just figured out” Tucker was on SmackDown, not RAW, and said as much on Wrestling Observer Radio.

Tucker actually wrestled last night – but not on RAW. The former Heavy Machinery man was in action on Main Event last night, losing to Humberto Carrillo in a match recorded before RAW. Main event utilises RAW Superstars exclusively. Tucker even tweeted during RAW, saying, “On my time” with the red brand’s hashtag.

PWInsider.com have confirmed that Tucker is still a member of the RAW roster, and that his status on WWE.com is erroneous. Tucker isn’t the only Superstar categorised under the wrong brand on WWE.com, as RAW’s Mustafa Ali and Drew Gulak, as well as the undrafted Bo Dallas, are also listed as SmackDown Superstars. Meanwhile, the injured, thus undrafted, Andrade is listed as a RAW Superstar.