With the wrestling world in constant flux, it can be difficult to keep track of everyone on the WWE Roster as changes happen.
Fortunately, we’ve got an ongoing and frequently updated list so you’ll know who might be seen each week on WWE Raw, SmackDown, NXT, and NXT UK.
There are always big moves happening within the WWE Roster, but easily the biggest in recent memory is the departure of one of the largest men in WWE history.
In addition to hosting Dark: Elevation with Tony Schiavone which premieres Monday, March 15th on our YouTube Channel, we will hear from Paul Wight FOR THE FIRST TIME in AEW next Wednesday LIVE on #AEWDyanmite! Get your tickets
After an amazing 22-year run with the company, The Big Show leaves as a 2-time WWE Champion, 2-time World Heavyweight Champion, former ECW Champion, and 8-time Tag Team Champion.
Since the news broke on Wednesday, we’ve seen major outlets like TMZ, New York Post, and many others pick up the story. Whether he’s seen in the ring or not, Paul Wight is an appropriately giant acquisition as he heads back to TNT for the first time in decades.
Here, we’ll outline all of the active and currently inactive superstars who are part of the WWE Raw brand. This will detail the Men’s Roster, Women’s Roster, Tag Team roster, and Non-Wrestlers for the show.
WWE Raw Men’s Roster:
WWE Raw Women’s Roster:
WWE Raw Men’s Tag Team Roster:
WWE Raw Women’s Tag Team Roster:
WWE Raw Non-Wrestling Roster
Here, we’ll outline all of the active and currently inactive superstars who are part of the SmackDown brand. This will detail the Men’s Roster, Women’s Roster, Tag Team roster, and Non-Wrestlers for the show.
SmackDown Men’s Roster:
SmackDown Women’s Roster:
SmackDown Men’s Tag Team Roster:
SmackDown Women’s Tag Team Roster:
SmackDown Non-Wrestling Roster:
BEIJING, CHINA – DECEMBER 14: John Cena attends Paramount Pictures’ Beijing press conference for ‘Bumblebee’ on December 14, 2018, in Beijing, China. (Photo by Yanshan Zhang/Getty Images for Paramount Pictures)
There are a few names that don’t quite fit into these categories. Some have appeared on both brands and aren’t clearly identified as part of one roster, while others haven’t been seen for some time and aren’t clearly part of one brand or the other at the moment.
Here, we’ve outlined all of the current champions on the WWE Roster between Raw and Smackdown, as well as when they won the title and who it was taken from. As a note, the WWE 24/7 Championship and WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship are technically unassigned between the brands, but both are currently held by parts of the WWE Raw Roster.
WWE Championship: The Miz (won on February 21, 2021, from Drew McIntyre)
Raw Women’s Championship: Asuka (won on August 23, 2020, from Sasha Banks)
United States Championship: Riddle (won on February 21, 2021, from Bobby Lashley)
Raw Tag Team Championship: Cedric Alexander and Shelton Benjamin of The Hurt Business (won on December 20, 2020, from Kofi Kinston and Xavier Woods of The New Day)
WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship: Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler (won on January 31, 2021, from Asuka and Charlotte Flair)
WWE 24/7 Championship: Bad Bunny (won on February 15, 2021, from Akira Tozawa)
Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (won on August 30, 2020, from Bray Wyatt)
SmackDown Women’s Championship: Sasha Banks (won on October 25, 2020, from Bayley)
Intercontinental Championship: Big E (won by Sami Zayn on December 25, 2020)
SmackDown Tag Team Championship: Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode (won on January 8, 2021, from Angelo Dawkins and Montez Ford of Street Profits)