WWE Draft Tracker: Additional moves made involving EC3, Drew Gulak, Apollo Crews, Heath Slater, Eric Young, and more

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

The following wrestlers were drafted to Raw or Smackdown during WWE Friday Night Smackdown (and additional moves were made on Sunday). The draft will continue on Monday’s Raw. 

Round One
1. Becky Lynch to Raw
2. Roman Reigns to Smackdown
3. “The OC” AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson to Raw
4. Bray Wyatt to Smackdown
5. Drew McIntyre to Raw

Round Two
6. Randy Orton to Raw
7. Sasha Banks to Smackdown
8. Ricochet to Raw
9. Braun Strowman to Smackdown
10. Bobby Lashley to Raw

Round Three
11. Alexa Bliss to Raw
12. Lacey Evans to Smackdown
13. Kevin Owens to Raw
14. The Revival to Smackdown
15. Natalya to Raw

Round Four
16. The Viking Raiders to Raw
17. Lucha House Party to Smackdown
18. Nikki Cross to Raw
19. Heavy Machinery to Smackdown
20. The Street Profits to Raw

Additional Moves
-Apollo Crews to Smackdown
-Drew Gulak to Smackdown
-EC3 to Raw
-Eric Young to Raw
-Heath Slater to Smackdown
-Sin Cara to Raw
-Tamina to Smackdown
-“The B-Team” Curtis Axel and Bo Dallas to Smackdown

The following pool of wrestlers will be eligible to be drafted during Monday’s WWE Raw: Seth Rollins, Brock Lesnar, Charlotte Flair, Titus O’Neil, Shinsuke Nakamura (with Sami Zayn), Aleister Black, New Day (Kofi Kingston, Big E, Xavier Woods), Daniel Bryan, Bayley, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, The Miz, Ali, King Corbin, Elias, Dolph Ziggler and Bobby Roode, Samoa Joe, Asuka and Kairi Sane, Rusev, Cedric Alexander, Rey Mysterio, R-Truth, Carmella, Akam and Rezar, Tucker and Otis (Heavy Machinery was somehow already drafted to Smackdown), Apollo Crews (already drafted to Smackdown), Andrade, Liv Morgan, Jinder Mahal, Buddy Murphy, Mojo Rawley, No Way Jose, Dana Brooke, Shelton Benjamin, Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, Billie Kay and Peyton Royce, Sarah Logan, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, and Drake Maverick.

The following pool of wrestlers were eligible to be drafted during WWE Friday Night Smackdown: Becky Lynch, Roman Reigns, AJ Styles, Luke Gallows, and Karl Anderson, Bray Wyatt, Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, Sasha Banks, Ricochet, Braun Strowman, Bobby Lashley, Alexa Bliss and Nikki Cross, Lacey Evans, The Viking Raiders, The Revival, Natalya, The Street Profits, Kalisto, Gran Metalik, Lince Dorado, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Humberto Carrillo, Akira Tozawa, Sin Cara Eric Young, EC3, Chad Gable, Heath Slater, Drew Gulak, Bo Dallas and Curtis Axel, and Tamina.

Powell’s POV: So the wrestlers who weren’t drafted on Friday did not become free agents despite WWE claiming that would be the case? WWE is changing its own rules and just making this up as they go. The draft will continue on Monday’s Raw.


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Readers Comments (8)

  1. Is anyone not confused, WWE creative included? What a trainwreck.

  2. Were the latest moves draft picks or FA signings? If WWE “creative” new what they were doing they would have specified that in a way that seemed logical.

  3. So, basically, everybody is staying on there original shows? Everybody is pretty much staying where they were before, imo.

  4. All of this doesn’t matter. Vince will forget it ever happened and everyone will just be on both shows.

  5. I just need to know where Jinder is going so I can stop refeshing this damn page

  6. I don’t have enough LSD to keep up with this nightmare

  7. WWE gonna’ WWE!

  8. This is meaningless and will be forgotten soon enough when the brand extension is completely abandoned. If they really wanted to do this right one brand would be WWE and the other brand would be set up as a separate company under it’s own banner so rather than separate brands you’d have separate perceived “companies” regardless of how legitimate this would actually be. The way it is set up now it seems like WWE is playing with itself while ignoring the emergence of actual real competition.

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