One of the biggest shocks of the 2020 WWE Draft was that Tucker was drafted to Monday Night Raw which confirmed the split of Heavy Machinery.
Despite this, Otis appeared under a mask on last week’s episode of Raw and Tucker has continued to appear alongside his friend in SmackDown segments and at Hell in a Cell.
It was as part of Sunday night’s show that Tucker turned on his long-time friend and teammate and hit him with the Money in the Bank briefcase. This allowed The Miz to pin Otis and win the contract, leading to a brawl between Tucker and Otis backstage following the match.
According to several reports online, it appears that WWE won’t be waiting for Survivor Series for these two men to continue their feud, since Tucker is now listed as a member of the SmackDown roster.
The WWE website is regularly updated and Tucker has been switched back to the SmackDown roster just a few weeks after he was moved to Raw. Tucker has made just one appearance on the red brand.
There has been no official confirmation from WWE, but it could be a decision based on the company building a feud for Heavy Machinery moving forward.
In the most recent update, PWInsider is reporting that Tucker is still a Raw Superstar and the website made an error.
“This morning, we were told by WWE sources that is indeed an error and he is considered to be officially part of the Monday Night Raw roster, although he did not appear on last night’s broadcast.”