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This one is probably the stupidest way the WWE can go with this, but it is entirely possible. It's happened before in the WWE, and there's no doubt in can happen again.
Seriously, how many times has someone been forced to leave one brand and just waltzes right into the other? It's a pretty big loophole in the system that's never really been addressed, but then again, so is the fact that people who get fired never really seem to go away at all.
I know for a fact that if I got fired and walked in the next day with a mask on claiming to be my imaginary Mexican cousin, police would be on the premises almost immediately to escort me to a mental aid facility.
The Miz and R-Truth's move from Raw to Smackdown! would obviously make things a little more interesting on Friday nights, and watching them create some anarchy on the blue brand would be entertaining to say the least. In all honesty, they could use the services of two very big heels over there.
Even though Mark Henry is the current champ, it's still The Randy Orton Show, and it will only be a matter of time now before the gold is back around The Viper's waist.
Henry is getting old, so this little title run may just be a way for the WWE to thank him after so many years of loyal service. There's no doubt, though, that The World's Strongest Man will eventually lose the feud against Orton and go on to wrestle either the Big Show or Kane...or both.
SD's other top heel, Christian, just got out of a long, tedious feud with Orton that nobody wants to see again for quite some time. So that takes him out of the picture for at least a little while.
After that, there really is no legitimate threat to Orton's title, especially with Sheamus' recent face turn and Rhodes sitting pretty with the IC belt.
I think it's safe to say that if they moved to Friday nights, Awesome Truth (especially The Miz) would be top heels in no time. That doesn't mean it's the best overall move, though.
I don't want to see it, and you probably don't want to, either, but that doesn't mean that Awesome Truth's move over to Friday nights isn't out of the realm of possibility. I hope to God, though, that the WWE has bigger plans than that for these two talented guys.