WWE announces a two-night draft

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

WWE announced during Sunday’s Clash of Champions event that a two-night draft will be held next month. The draft will begin on Friday, October 9 on Smackdown, and will conclude on Monday, October 12 on Raw.

Powell’s POV: But when will the season premiere of Raw occur?!? No? Anyway, the draft is always interesting and I’m looking forward to seeing how big of a shakeup they have in mind.



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Readers Comments (3)

  1. What (if any) difference will it make? They just shift wrestlers/personalities around to different brands and forget who is “exclusive” to which brand sometimes. It often feels like you are watching the same program (s) only with different people and different colored rings etc.

  2. Really makes the Mandy Rose “trade” seem weird now. Couldn’t Raw have just waited a couple more weeks t acquire her? Could Smackdown now draft her back and still get compensated?

    Obviously it is not the only flaw in their writing recently, but this one really seems strange now.

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