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There’s less than a week until the WWE Draft that will separate the company’s flagship programs Raw and Smackdown into exclusively separate rosters for the first time since the late 00’s.

The goal is to add some excitement to a product that desperately needs it. And despite the fact that many believe WWE’s overall roster is the weakest it’s been in some time, there are still others that feel this is exactly what the company needs to make new stars. Just look at what the last brand split did for the likes of John Cena, Randy Orton and Batista, among others. Who knows who may break out this time around.

Before getting started, let’s go over some rules.

  1. There will be 20 rounds total with wrestlers from Raw, SmackDown and NXT up for grabs
  2. HHH is not available to be drafted, nor is the Undertaker
  3. The Women’s and Tag Team Championships will be on both shows
  4. Tag Teams can be drafted together or separately, depending on the situation.
  5. No surprise picks

With that being said, let’s get into drafting the WWE Rosters.

Monday Night RAW

COO: Stephanie McMahon
GM (Prediction): Triple H

Draft Picks (In Order):

  1. Brock Lesnar
  2. Seth Rollins
  3. Roman Reigns
  4. Kevin Owens
  5. Charlotte
  6. Bayley
  7. The New Day
  8. Rusev
  9. Enzo & Cass
  10. Wyatt Family
  11. Cesaro
  12. Chris Jericho
  13. Paige
  14. D’Von Dudley
  15. Dolph Ziggler
  16. Darren Young
  17. Sheamus
  18. Dana Brooke
  19. Nikki Bella
  20. Social Outcasts

Tuesday Night SmackDown

COO: Shane McMahon
GM (Prediction): Daniel Bryan

Draft Picks (In Order):

  1. Dean Ambrose
  2. AJ Styles
  3. John Cena
  4. Sami Zayn
  5. Sasha Banks
  6. The Club
  7. Randy Orton
  8. Finn Balor
  9. American Alpha
  10. The Miz
  11. Becky Lynch
  12. Baron Corbin
  13. Bubba Dudley
  14. Kalisto
  15. Zack Ryder
  16. Titus O’Neil
  17. Alberto Del Rio
  18. Alexa Bliss
  19. The Usos
  20. Natalya

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