WWE: The Hit Row ready to move to the main roster

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WWE: The Hit Row ready to move to the main roster

Finally, one of the most anticipated weeks in WWE of the whole year has arrived as regards the WWE Universe, with the next episodes of Friday Night Smackdown and Monday Night Raw, which will finally present the Draft, with which WWE will go to modify the rosters of both of his flagship shows and in which some NXT athletes will probably also be included.

In fact, in the last few hours, several important sites in the sector, from overseas, are bouncing the most disparate information on what this year's Draft will be, with the first very important names of NXT that seem to emerge hour after hour.

The first name that could land on the main roster from the former yellow Tuesday night brand is not that of a man or a woman, but of an entire stable. We're talking about The Hit Row, a team made up of Isaiah "Swerve" Scott, Ashante "Thee" Adonis, Top Dolla and B-FAB, with team leaders, namely Isaiah Scott who is still the show's North American titleholder.

WWE will kick off the 2021 WWE Draft this Friday

Apparently, as reported by Jon Alba, an important overseas journalist, there are very high chances that the entire stable will go from performing every Tuesday night to performing on Monday or Friday night, in one of the two brands.

main of WWE and then Raw or Smackdown. In his latest update, Alba reported: “The Hit Row is one of those names that was discussed for the main roster call from NXT for the company's Draft, so I'm told. Who will ultimately get the call is yet to be determined, of course, but Andrew Zarian reported that NXT will be heavily involved in the Draft.

They still look like a natural graft for Raw." After hearing the words of Andrew Zarian and Dave Meltzer, who give for certain the inclusion of NXT in the annual Draft, it also seems that the Hit Row stable may be the main suspect to change brands, with the journalist Jon Alba which also speculates a future on Monday Night Raw for them.

To be sure about what we are reporting, we will have to wait for Monday night, with the second and last day dedicated to the Draft that will take place on Monday Night Raw, where there will be certainties rather than rumors.

According to Dave Meltzer on the latest episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE has informed both USA Network and FOX about the "key people" changing shows in this year's draft. This is a very smart move on WWE's part, so neither network is left blindsided at the conclusion of this year's WWE Draft.