WWE Superstar Kevin Owens has said he doesn't quite understand the company's new Wild Card rule, allowing Superstars from RAW and SmackDown to appear on both brands.
The rule, which in theory, allows four Superstars from either brand to appear on the opposing show, was brought in earlier this year, to a mixed reaction by fans.
Speaking with The Sporting News, the former Universal Champion said he understands the rule was made to make the show more unpredictable, but that the rule has been confusing.
He said: "The rule was very loosely defined when it was first announced and it's been loosely enforced since.
"I guess it was supposed to be four guys at first, but now, really, 10 guys show up on one night, three guys show up the next night, whatever."
With the Wild Card rule allowing Superstars to jump between shows, it has effectively ended the brand split which started in 2016.