Ranking Every 2019 WWE Draft Pick So Far From Worst To Best

Ranking Every 2019 WWE Draft Pick So Far From Worst To Best

Ranking Every 2019 WWE Draft Pick So Far From Worst To Best

When WWE revealed the official rules for the WWE Draft, they also announced WWE Draft Pools which split the roster in two with certain superstars only eligible on one of the two draft days.

It was a glaring mistake by WWE, and one they seemingly struggled to remedy. For several years, we have seen some fantastic draft picks take place which saw popular wrestlers like John Cena shift from one brand to another and become the marquee face for the particular show.

It was reported last week that RAW Executive Director Paul Heyman was fighting for Aleister Black to come to RAW from SmackDown, and for "The Fiend" Bray Wyatt to stay on the red brand.

Here they all are, ranked from worst to best before WWE stage a return leg on Monday's Raw. The following superstars are now shown as eligible for Raw, unless WWE changes their pool again.

Sasha Banks vs. RAW Women's Champion Becky Lynch in a non-title match will serve as the opening match of WWE Monday Night RAW. "This could change but the whole draft is already done".

On SmackDown, we will see fellow Shield brothers Seth and Roman Reigns battle it out for their respective brands to determine which show out of SmackDown or RAW will have the last laugh by being able to have the first pick of the draft.

Bayley displayed a new vicious edge prior to her SmackDown title match against Charlotte Flair - and it paid off. While I believe some of the most valuable selection exist in that hypothetical group, my top ten most valuable eligible superstars on Raw turned out a bit different.

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