With Monday's episode of WWE "Raw" in Hartford, Connecticut, the big "Superstar Shakeup" of 2018 will get started. There have been all sorts of WWE rumors circulating about which superstars would head to "Raw" or "SmackDown Live" during the latest event as the landscape will be shifted. It looks like there may be a new "NXT" call-up arriving on the main roster as part of the moves, based on recent reports.

Latest reports

A report from Pro Wrestling Unlimited recently mentioned that most of the "SmackDown Live" roster is available for tonight's "Raw" episode.

Don’t miss on the latest updates Follow the NFL Channel

That's because there is no scheduled house show for the blue brand like there usually is on Monday nights. That could provide WWE with a way to surprise the fans, as well as the superstars from the brand, with the latest news of who will move from "SmackDown [VIDEO]" to "RAW."

In addition to that tidbit, its also been reported that former NXT Champion Drew McIntyre is in Hartford, Connecticut.

He may be the next major call-up to the main roster based on this report, or it could just be McIntyre hanging out until he arrives at a later time. Last week saw "Raw" already gain brand new call-ups with former NXT Women's Champion Ember Moon and former NXT Tag Team Champions The Authors of Pain.

McIntyre speculation

McIntyre would make an interesting addition to the "RAW" roster just based on the fact that there were several other call-ups already. However, there has been speculation that other "NXT" stars such as Andrade "Cien" Almas and Johnny Gargano were on the way. Neither of these has been confirmed.

For fans familiar with Drew McIntyre's path, it wouldn't be his first time on the main roster for WWE. For several years he was dubbed as "The Chosen One" by Vince McMahon himself.

That led to fans expecting an eventual championship reign for McIntyre. That never came to fruition. McIntyre ended up as part of the 3MB stable along with Jinder Mahal and Heath Slater before eventually departing WWE for TNA where he became a major champion. McIntyre was in WWE for just five years, spanning 2009 to 2014.

Upon his return to WWE, McIntyre became part of the "NXT" roster and quickly rose up the ranks there. He eventually became the NXT Champion. Unfortunately, a torn biceps injury limited his time on the roster. It was speculated by various web reports such as one from Cageside Seats, that McIntyre lost the title because he was heading to the main roster. However, that injury may have postponed those plans, until now.

Based on tonight's "RAW" with the "Superstar Shake-up" and WWE rumors [VIDEO] that another "NXT" call-up may join the show, fans may have a lot to look forward to in 2018.