As the highly anticipated WWE Draft approaches, with less than 24 hours remaining, WWE has unveiled the roster of superstars eligible for drafting during the two-day event. The reshuffling will commence on this week's "WWE SmackDown" episode and conclude on the May 1 edition of "WWE Raw." Each night showcases a unique selection of superstars available for drafting, individually or alongside their respective teams.
Certain "WWE NXT" stars are also draftable, though their identities remain undisclosed. The WWE Draft lists offer intriguing insights into potential roster changes. WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus, who recently embraced her villainous side by attacking Becky Lynch, appears draftable for either brand, implying that she will be a regular part of the roster moving forward.
Following reports on Thursday that Madcap Moss' name had been internally reverted to Riddick Moss, he is featured under that name in the "Raw" eligibility pool. While tag teams and stablemates are listed together, they are expected to be drafted separately.
Perhaps the most exciting detail is listing The Bloodline (Roman Reigns and Solo Sikoa) as eligible for drafting on "SmackDown." At the same time, the Usos (listed solely under that name) is available for drafting on "Raw." As anticipated, there is a significantly larger talent pool for the draft on "Raw" to accommodate the three-hour show format.
Anticipation Builds for WWE Draft
The draft night rosters promise exciting new storylines and potential roster shakeups that could drastically change the landscape of WWE. Fans are eager to see which superstars will switch brands and how this will affect ongoing feuds and alliances.
Additionally, including select NXT stars adds an extra layer of unpredictability, as their identities have yet to be disclosed. With the WWE Draft just around the corner, fans can expect a thrilling spectacle as their favorite superstars prepare for a new chapter in their wrestling careers.
The WWE universe is abuzz with anticipation, speculating on potential moves and the consequences of the draft for both "SmackDown" and "Raw."