When WWE first implemented the brand split back in 2002, it brought locker rooms together and instilled a sense of camaraderie. Veterans like The Undertaker and John Bradshaw Layfield acted as captains for the Smackdown locker, and they wanted to make sure that they outperformed their coworkers on Raw. It was a very competitive environment; Matt Striker was nearly pulled into "Wrestler's Court" when he accidentally said that the Raw roster was better than the Smackdown one.
As the brand split quietly dissolved, this sense of tribal warfare slowly went away as well. When WWE reinstated the split in 2016 and effectively divided the roster, many wondered if the same attitude would return. Others claimed that such an attitude was left behind in the "Ruthless Aggression" era of WWE. Now that it's been half a year since the draft, it's safe to say that the rosters have gotten to know each other.
Dean Ambrose was interviewed, and he shared his thoughts on the rest of the boys in the locker room.