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2021 WWE Draft results, rules, rumors

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2021 WWE Draft results, rules, rumors

Which brands will your favorite WWE Superstars land on?

The 2021 WWE Draft is upon us — the one time a year when WWE reshuffles their rosters and creates fresh matchups on both Raw and SmackDown. We’ve got your WWE Draft results right here.

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It was announced earlier today on WWE’s social media that half of the roster will be eligible tonight on SmackDown, and the other half will be eligible Monday on Raw. While the decisions are being made over the next four days, it was noted that the roster changes won’t “go into effect” until October 22, after Crown Jewel goes down in Saudi Arabia.

The first night of the Draft is going down on SmackDowntonight from Baltimore, MD, while the second half will continue on Monday Night Raw. This article will continually update with all the draft picks from both Raw and SmackDown. Check out below to see where your favorite Superstars are heading.

Drafted to Raw

  1. Big E (WWE Champion; staying on Raw)
  2. Bianca Belair (Moving from SmackDown to Raw)
  3. RK-Bro (Randy Orton and Riddle) (Raw Tag Team Champions; staying on Raw)
  4. Edge (Moving from SmackDown to Raw)
  5. Rhea Ripley and Nikki A.S.H. (Women’s Tag Team Champions; staying on Raw)
  6. Keith “Bearcat” Lee (Staying on Raw)
  7. Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio (Moving from SmackDown to Raw)
  8. Austin Theory (Moving from NXT to Raw)

Drafted to SmackDown

  1. Roman Reigns (Universal Champion; staying on SmackDown)
  2. Charlotte Flair (Raw Women’s Champion; moving from Raw to SmackDown)
  3. Drew McIntyre (Moving from Raw to SmackDown)
  4. The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) (Moving from Raw to SmackDown)
  5. Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss (Staying on SmackDown)
  6. Hit Row (Moving from NXT to SmackDown)
  7. Naomi (Staying on SmackDown)
  8. Jeff Hardy (Moving from Raw to SmackDown)

Shortly after the final picks were made by WWE Officials Adam Pearce and Sonya Deville (representing Raw and SmackDown, respectively), Brock Lesnar announced that thanks to Paul Heyman, he has officially been designated as a Free Agent, allowing him to appear on any show at any time.

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