The first WWE draft between Vince McMahon and Ric Flair shaped the landscape of the WWE. This introduced competition between the WWE's two brands, Raw and Smackdown, that hadn't previously existed.
Subsequent years saw the general manager of each brand attempt to land the best talent from the other roster. This intrigue to who would be moving from one brand to the other has made the WWE draft one of the most celebrated nights of the year.
This year the circumstances around the draft are dramatically different.
John Laurinaitis is in control of both brands. The Raw Supershow features the best of Smackdown's talent on a weekly basis, and roster changes have started to happen outside the draft. The value of the draft has been degraded.
The focus of the draft needs to move away from the competition between Smackdown and Raw and concentrate on the Superstars who are being traded.
Here are seven Superstars who must change nights and how this will bring interest back to the draft.