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Bray Wyatt switches brands in WWE Superstar Shakeup

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Four more wrestlers have moved from SmackDown to Raw as WWE continues to make roster changes.

After Finn Balor defeated Jinder Mahal, Bray Wyatt appeared on the video screen to announce that he was coming to Raw. He also revealed that he'll be challenging for Randy Orton's WWE Championship in a House of Horrors match at Raw's Payback pay-per-view on April 30th, though Orton remains on the SmackDown roster.

Wyatt previously won the WWE title at Elimination Chamber before dropping it to Orton at WrestleMania 33.

Kalisto, Heath Slater, and Rhyno were also added to Raw as part of the "Superstar Shakeup." WWE had teased that Slater and Rhyno would be joining the show earlier in the day, saying that former Tag Team Champions would be switching brands.

They join Apollo Crews, The Miz, Maryse, Dean Ambrose, and Curt Hawkins as the newest additions to the Raw roster. No one has been announced as joining SmackDown yet, which figures to happen tomorrow as the two-night shakeup continues in Boston, Massachusetts.