WWE Draft 2020 will be waiting with the night II edition on this week’s Monday Night RAW. There’ve been some doubts over WWE’s successful execution of the shake-up process due to the recent backstage mess and things being in a random stage. But they did a fair job on Friday night and we also expect an interesting Monday Night.
Some of the biggest names on the second night of WWE Draft 2020 are Bray Wyatt, Randy Orton, Kevin Owens, and Braun Strowman. Big names from the women’s side would be Charlotte Flair and Bayley who’ll be up for grabs. It’s interesting to note that Flair was added to the pool despite her absence from the scene. The same applies to Becky Lynch, too but she won’t be a part of the process.
Interestingly, Elias was moved to the second night WWE Draft 2020 for some reason. Perhaps she could be making a surprise return alongside Flair just like WWE decided to shock the fans with some pleasant comebacks. Hopefully, some NXT presence like Chelsea Green will also be there as NXT was fully rejected from the scene on Friday.
WWE Draft 2020 Night II: Full Pool Of Superstars Announced
The second night’s WWE Draft 2020 pool stands as follows,
Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode
Erik (of The Viking Raiders)
RETRIBUTION (Mustafa Ali, T-BAR, MACE, SLAPJACK, RECKONING & RETALIATION)
The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott & Liv Morgan)
Shinsuke Nakamura & Cesaro
The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford)
As noted, RETRIBUTION has been listed as a six-member stable in the WWE Draft 2020 Night II Pool. The most interesting thing is that WWE sent Mercedes Martinez back to NXT who was already revealed to be a part of the group, previously. There’s no solid reason why WWE made that decision.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer provided a spoiler for WWE Draft 2020 night II as they plan to move the Street Profits over to SmackDown at the end of the process.
This is not a huge surprise because they have just sent the SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day over to RAW, while Bianca Belair was moved to the blue brand. Montez Ford and Belair are real-life couples and WWE is trying to keep couples together on the same brand, as much as possible. Besides, there’s no point in keeping both the tag team champions on the same brand unless the company wants to unify the championships.