Should the WWE Send the Undertaker to Raw?

xxValentinoxx Aka rashadCorrespondent IAugust 9, 2009

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 15. The Undertaker enters the arena during WWE Smackdown at Acer Arena on June 15, 2008 in Sydney, Australia.  (Photo by Gaye Gerard/Getty Images)

As of late, the WWE’s "B show" has become the "A show" as Raw has started becoming stale. Smackdown hasn’t even come close to running out of fresh matches and feuds. They could potentially go the next two years without getting stale. It's a bold statement, but a plausible one.

Smackdown has loads of potential talent and the room to grow them. They have John Morrison and Dolph Ziggler; and The Hart Foundation isn’t looking too bad either. They also have Matt Hardy, who will be returning from injury after a few months and is rumored to be reinventing himself.

With all this talent, Smackdown has been doing better than Raw without the Deadman. The Undertaker has been with Smackdown since the very beginning and it has been his playground for a very long time. The Undertaker still has not gotten stale on Smackdown since he arrived there, and he has had some historic matches on the "Blue Brand" with the likes of Edge, Batista, Triple H, Jeff Hardy, and Kurt Angle, just to name a few.

Is it time that the Deadman finds some new scenery on Raw? Not that he needs too...

Raw is stale and they need a new main-event-level competitor and The Undertaker fits the bill. He could bring some much-needed excitement and unpredictability to Raw. Fresh match-ups and fresh feuds are what The Undertaker brings to the table. The Undertaker being on Raw could even make Raw the "A brand" again!

The Undertaker isn’t expected to be back until "Breaking Point," but there are some reports that say he may want to stay out until "Survivor Series." That is enough time to get in a feud and get ready for his annual Wrestlemania feud.

Do you think Undertaker should switch brands?