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When it comes to the second and final night of the WWE Draft, things tend to get a little strange with the rosters in a state of disarray and very few storylines playing out as the dust continues to settle. That was largely the case again on Monday night with several matches featuring talent from both brands.

While this did produce a few good matches, most notably Jeff Hardy vs. AJ Styles vs. Seth Rollins, it also made for a very scattershot show that felt largely inconsequential less than two weeks out from the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. But the draft is now complete, for better or worse, and fans can start to see the skeleton of the next year of WWE programming.

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WWE Draft 2020 Roundup: Full list of free agents and undrafted Superstars revealed, Three Teams split

The WWE Draft is finally in the books, and the two-night affair underwent an extensive roster reshuffle.

The WWE Draft kicked off on the episode of SmackDown and concluded on the follow-up edition of RAW, and along the way, there were 84 picks spread across 12 rounds, in addition to the supplementary Draft picks.

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Date: 2020-10-13T12:20:38+05:30
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WWE’s Bayley Reflects on One Year as SmackDown Women’s Champ

Bayley is set to defend her SmackDown women’s championship against Sasha Banks on Friday night on SmackDown. Adding to the intrigue is the WWE draft, which will begin Friday night and extend into Raw on Monday.

Throughout the past year, Bayley has excelled as one of the top villains in wrestling. Her work with, and now against, Banks is a highlight of WWE programming, and the two helped carry the product for the months during the shows at the WWE Performance Center.

Bayley and Banks are building to a pay-per-view showdown, so it will be interesting to see which direction their story will take with the match and draft on SmackDown. If given the opportunity, they could make magic in a match against one another at WrestleMania 37’potentially even in the main event.

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WWE Raw Results: Winners, Grades, Reaction and Highlights from Draft Night 2

The 2020 WWE Draft started off with a bang, including some shocking moments. Seth Rollins headed to Friday Night SmackDown along with Rey and Dominik Mysterio. WWE broke up The New Day. AJ Styles, Naomi, and The Miz and John Morrison were also all drafted from the blue brand to the red.

This left a big night with top names still on the draft board, exclusively set for Monday. Bayley, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, Alexa Bliss, Braun Strowman, Keith Lee, Daniel Bryan, Charlotte Flair and more had the potential to switch brands on this night.

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WWE Raw results: Draft picks as The Fiend moves and Elias returns

The second night of the shakeup changed things a bit more than Friday’s offering, although there were still a few predictable moves to level the playing field.

On the Raw side, Braun Strowman, Matt Riddle, Jeff Hardy, a returning Elias, Lacey Evans, Sheamus, Nikki Cross and Dabba-Kato all made the jump from SmackDown.

Meanwhile, Randy Orton, Charlotte Flair, RETRIBUTION, Keith Lee, R-Truth, Titus O’Neil, Peyton Royce and Akira Tozawa all stayed put on the red brand.

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Date: 2020-10-13T08:44:18+0000
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