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On July nineteenth, 2016, WWE split their ability in two and made an unmistakable partition amongst Raw and SmackDown surprisingly since 2011. Headed by Stephanie and Shane McMahon individually, the shows drafted their programs on the principal ever live SD communicate, with Raw asserting the main part of WWE's greatest stars, and SmackDown taking a gathering to a great extent involved untouchables and oddballs. 

The staggering feeling was that the blue brand had been duped, however SD soon turned into WWE's most reliably week after week TV appear. The split reestablished a similarity of equality between the two, with SmackDown's viewership at first spiking, however the numbers have since a long time ago stagnated. 

WWE looks and feels totally changed one year on. There are presently more wrestlers, pay-per-perspectives, titles, and specialist figures than at any other time. For a few entertainers, the split has completely conveyed on its guarantee of expanded open doors, however that hasn't been the situation for everybody, and, as we're going to discover, it has practically made the same number of issues as it has tackled. 

Has the part been a net positive? That is begging to be proven wrong, yet there's no questioning the courses in which it has changed WWE's inside and out introduction.