Nothing beats Trips' cheesy smile.
Anyway, the WWE annual draft is coming up at the end of April and I couldn't be happier.
Some guys and shows have gotten stale in their current condition and are in desperate need of change.
This is just a preview of who I think should go, not who I think will move.
I know its highly unlikely that this many big names will move but...a gal can dream.
Kofi has been on Raw since the 2008 Supplemental Draft. Since then we have seen the smiley Jamican embroiled in feuds with Randy Orton and.....Matt Hardy?
Does that even count?
Too be honest the only memorable experience Kofi seems to have had on Raw was winning the US Championship, which was quite a good way to propel his career.
As well as that we seen him feud with Orton in what many thought would push Kingston to the dizzy heights of main eventing in the WWE but that fizzled out.
Kofi needs and deserves more as he seems to be going nowhere on Raw.
A move to SmackDown would bring fresh competition for Kofi and an easier to path to getting into a serious feud with CM Punk for example or even challenging for a title.
Drew debuted on Smackdown a good few months ago and has had quite a good start.
"Undefeated" (I say that loosely) until the Smackdown a week before Wrestlemania, picking up the IC title in an impressive victory over John Morrison, were just some of his accomplishments. I expected more from him in MiTB and half expected him to win since Vince thinks the sun shines out Drew's arse but it wasn't to be.
I think he has done all he can do and Smackdown and needs a strong and long feud against an established face and I see him doing so on Raw.
I don't think he should get as strong a push as Sheamus just yet but exoect this kid to be at the top in a year or two.
Edge is the first of a few main event guys who I feel are in need of a push/
Now I think that Edge will turn heel soon enough but lets say he stays face, one of the good guys. After his feud with Y2J blows out, there'll be nothing for him on Smackdown unless we see a StraightEdge lifestyle vs Rated R lifestyle but I doubt WWE will go into anything as racy.
Personally I'd love to see him move to Raw and feud with Orton.
Throw Batista and HHH into a "personal" feud and have Edge and Orton battle for a world title. Throw in Sheamous when the feud gets stale and we could see some great matches.
Ah, Cena. Superman. Personally I can't see this happening because Cena seems to be the face of the WWE and Raw is the number one show whereas Smackdown seems like Raw's deadbeat brother in Vinnie's eyes.
However I think he could move, have some fresh feuds rather than Orton, HHH, Batista, year in, year out it's always the same. A feud against Jericho could be good or even putting over CM Punk.
Cena has been on Raw for as long as I can remember so it's time for a change.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
R-Truth seems to be one of those guys who does nothing. No titles, no major feuds, just the odd musical appearance.
Please WWE don't let this guy slip to the likes of Boogeyman or other gimmick characters because this guy has massive talent.
He needs to re-think his gimmick simply because he isn't taken seriously and a trip to Monday Nights would give him a chance to repackage completely.
Maybe even a heel turn?
I think he could make a good team with Mark Henry and challenge for the tag titles but I think he would be best used in a food with MVP if he turns heel, or The Miz if he stays face.
Ah, Mr. Money In The Bank.
WWE's attempt to rival Kurt Angle...with hair.
So far Mr. Spits while he speaks has had quite a good push, especially on ECW, then he came to Raw and what happened?
Hnece him winning the MITB being a massive surprise.
However this is his chance to regain the push and the reason I see him going to Smackdown is simply = follow Cena.
Swagger is a technical wrestler and Cena isn't...at all.
A feud with Cena could actually show off Swagger's in ring work while help him with his mic work.
He is guaranteed a title and I see Cena being the ideal man to win the title from.
It's the typical, "You made my friend quit" storyline but something about this storyline makes me think this could be amazing.
The match ups, the promos, the segments, all of it just seems like a huge successful feud for the WWE to me.
Undertaker has been on Smackdown for as long as I can remember and honeslty I think he's had all the title runs he has needed.
I think this should be Undertaker's last year, I doubt it will be but a lengthy feud with HHH taking up most of the year seems like a perfect way to go.