Last week’s Superstar Shakeup was supposed to give underused talents a breath of fresh air and chance to get their careers back to relevance after they got buried on their old shows. Unfortunately, not all superstars on the main roster were happy with the recent trades and movements between the two brands. Former WWE champion Bray Wyatt apparently is one of them.

Pro Wrestling Unlimited reported that Bray Wyatt isn’t a fan of him moving back to “Monday Night RAW” while he is in the middle of a WWE championship feud with Randy Orton.

Sources close to the situation described Wyatt as upset and unhappy worker following the last minute decision to pull him out of the blue brand.

Growing Distrust

Although it is advertised that Wyatt still has a chance to retain the Wwe Title in a House of Horror match at WWE Payback on April 30, the move to “RAW” only suggests that Orton will eventually keep the championship on “SmackDown Live.”

Before the Superstar Shakeup, PW Insider disclosed that the original plan was for Wyatt to have an extended feud with Orton and retain the title at “SummerSlam 2017.” However, with Wyatt gone, the Baron Corbin is expected to fill the void and take on Orton as a heel challenger. The Lone Wolf is an up-and-coming guy on the show, and WWE chairman Vince McMahon likes what he sees so far from the 6-foot-8 former football player.

As for Wyatt, his relationship with WWE executive is reportedly going downward spiral each passing day.

“The distrust between Bray Wyatt and WWE continues to grow. Bray was caught very off guard when he was told he was being moved to Raw as he’d just told the week before he’d be feuding with Orton and regaining the title this summer,” according to Wrestling News World.

Last Minute Bliss

Former two-time SmackDown women’s champion Alexa Bliss revealed in a recent interview with Fox Sports that she learned WWE’s decision to put her on “RAW” the morning before the show. Bliss’ statement further backed up speculations that last week’s Superstar Shakeup was not part of the long-term plan.

Bliss, who is undoubtedly the top heel on SD women’s division, will now set her sight on the RAW women’s championship belt currently held by Bayley.

It will be interesting how WWE creative will deal with the sudden influx of talents on the Red Brand. According to Pro, Bliss will likely be involved in a six-pack championship match that also features Bayley, Nia Jax, Sasha Banks, Emma and Mickie James two weeks from now at Payback 2017.