It was the beginning of a new era as WWE’s Draft were on the cards and they definitely lived up to the expectations with some master class moves by the WWE management. It clearly showed that this time WWE are serious about giving Smack down a chance to be on same level with their Flagship show, RAW.
The Drafts changed the landscape of the WWE universe but the winner of the drafts was once again RAW. There were some loopholes too which raised some serious questions about the future of several championship but in the end the move was one of the best thing ever happened to Smack Down.
Some Major Drafts
|Seth Rollins||Dean Ambrose|
|Finn Balor||John Cena
|Roman Reigns||Randy Ortan
|Brock Lesnar||Bray Wyatt|
|The New day||Becky Lynch|
|Sami Zayn||The Miz|
|Sasha Banks||Baron Cobin|
|Chris Jericho||American Alpha|
|Enzo and Cass||Alberto Del Rio|
|Gallows and Anderson||The Usos
|Golden Truth||Apollo Crews|
|Titus O’Neil||Alexa Bliss|
Raw gets the best of young talent
Though it was touted heavily that Smack Down will be a home to the aspiring young talents but the drafts showed a completely different story as majority of young Turks were Drafted to Raw while the most of the Veterans were moved to the Smack Down rooster.
Finn Balor sparkles
One lad that particularly became a talking point seconds after debuting in the WWE was Finn Balor who was drafted to the Monday night Raw. He was already in the lime light even before his debut and WWE management has also planned some huge things for the Ultimate Villain.
Dean Ambrose Draft was a Master Stroke
Perhaps the biggest master stoke that completely shocked everyone was Ambrose being drafted to WWE Smack Down. That can be move which can make WWE more interesting in the days to come but it also created confusion among the fans about the future of WWE championship as it is owned by a Smack Down superstar.
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