Big E was a SmackDown superstar who showed up on WWE Raw to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase to win the WWE Title.
The same week he won the title on Raw, he still appeared on WWE SmackDown.
While WWE does have a brand split, some wrestlers have moved between shows on the principle of a "brand to brand" invitation or any other stipulation WWE may implement.
Speaking to Tony Pike & Rick Ucchino of Cincy 360, Big E clarified his brand status.
"In many ways, kind of," he said when asked if he just goes where asked. "In my mind though, Raw is my show. The WWE Championship means Raw is my show. I'm the king of the hill there. Right now, I've been going back and forth a little bit, but I do think that will be over soon. I want to focus on making Raw the best show it can be. I take pride in that. A lot of times, the viewership and the quality of the show, the onus is on the WWE Champion. That's a big marker for having a good reign. Raw will be my focus, but you never know how things will shake out. It's a topsy turvy world, so there's a chance I show up on SmackDown, but Raw is my focus."
WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, who is a SmackDown superstar, showed up on Monday's WWE Raw, defeating Big E and Bobby Lashley in the main event.
It is unknown if Big E will be on Friday's WWE SmackDown.
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