At Hell In A Cell, Tucker attacked his best friend Otis from out of nowhere, costing The King Of The Caterpillar the Money In The Bank briefcase. Tucky later explained he turned on his former tag team partner because he was sick of being in Otis's shadow despite being the workhorse of the team. A feud between the two men appeared to be unlikely after the pay-per-view, however, because Tucker was selected by Monday Night Raw during the WWE Draft.
The former friends might be able to feud after all, though. Tucker is still listed as a SmackDown Superstar on his WWE.com page and Wayback Machine shows it was never changed. The vast majority of Superstars who moved to either Raw or SmackDown during the draft, including Murphy, Apollo Crews, Natalya and Nikki Cross have updated Superstar pages, leaving Tucker a curious omission.
Tucker still being listed as a SmackDown Superstar could just be an oversight from WWE, however. The company often fails to update wrestlers' profiles and both Drew Gulak and Mustafa Ali are still listed as members of the blue brand despite each being on Raw.