As noted earlier today, Tucker is still listed as a SmackDown Superstar on WWE.com and his profile hasn't been updated since he was drafted to Monday Night Raw. The vast majority of wrestlers who switched brands have had their Superstar pages updated, which left Tucker's omission somewhat curious.
Mike Johnson of PWInsider reached out to his WWE sources about the listing and was told it was an error on the website. Tucker is considered to be an official member of the red brand.
The former Heavy Machinery member's heel turn didn't get off to the best of starts last night. He wasn't booked on Raw and Wrestling Inc. reported he was pinned by Humberto Carrillo during the Main Event taping.
Tucker staying on the red brand also leaves his potential feud with Otis up in the air. The former Mr. Money In The Bank remains a member of SmackDown, but WWE could decide to bend the brand split rules with Survivor Series coming up, or we may even see the return of El Gran Gordo.