Back on June 11, WWE announced Paul Heyman had been replaced by Bruce Prichard as Executive Director of Monday Night Raw. Heyman was in for the long haul on the red brand as he wanted to rebuild Raw with new stars like Aleister Black, Humberto Carrillo, Apollo Crews, Drew McIntyre, Andrade and Angel Garza.
Reports after Heyman's departure noted a number of Superstars were worried about their spot on the card as many were receiving their first pushes in the company and Vince McMahon doubted they were getting over with the audience at home.
Two Superstars that won't be affected are Andrade and Angel Garza as Dave Meltzer reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that Zelina Vega's faction are in the wrestling behemoth's long term plans.
Meltzer said: "Andrade and Garza are okay. I know that they're in the long term plans so they're okay for now, and Garza more than Andrade long term."
In the short term, the tag team are seemingly in line for a Raw Tag Team Championship match against The Street Profits as they attacked the champions on last night's edition of Raw.