TGID: Thank Goodness It's The Draft!: P.C.'s Predictions

A.C.Contributor IApril 6, 2010

LAS VEGAS - AUGUST 24:  (L-R) Wrestlers Ted DiBiase, Randy Orton and Cody Rhodes appear during the WWE Monday Night Raw show at the Thomas & Mack Center August 24, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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Cody Rhodes to Smackdown

Son of "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes, young Cody Rhodes debuted as part of Legacy recently. With the executive finisher "Cross Rhodes", Cody Rhodes and Legacy made several attempts at the Unified Tag Team titles.

With the dissolve of Legacy, Cody Rhodes has lost most of his spotlight. With the ever approaching WWE Draft, Rhodes can be shined upon on Smackdown. Cody Rhodes could easily fit into the likes of Dolph Ziggler, R-Truth, and John Morrison.

Kofi Kingston to Smackdown

Next to John Cena and Rey Mysterio, much to my surprise, Kofi Kingston has the largest group of younger WWE fans.

Kingston has had some success on Monday Night RAW over the past year. First, he held the United States Championship for a respectable amount of time. Second, he responded well to a feud with Randy Orton and Legacy. Unfortunately, Kofi didn't come out smelling like a rose when it was all over.

If and when Kofi Kingston arrives at Smackdown, the show will respond. Kingston could get the Intercontinental Championship pot stirring with his arrival.

Kofi Kingston can engulf an arena in cheers with not one, but three "boom! boom! boom!"'s.

Drew McIntyre to RAW

Whenever you here Drew McIntyre announced on Smackdown, you will surely be reminded that Vince McMahon personally signed and suggested him. Think of it as the smartest kid in the class, automatically becoming the teacher.

McIntyre has proved himself to be the most brutal superstar in the WWE on this day. A move to anywhere but RAW would be considered a mistake. Drew McIntyre has the most potential talent in the WWE and that's just me.

R-Truth to RAW

R-Truth is someone I like to call the "People's Champ of Smackdown". R-Truth hasn't held a belt yet, but that will never bring him down.

R-Truth has already proved that he carry on the crowd even on a bad night. The Miz is already all too familiar with R-Truth. If The Miz continues to linger around on RAW, expect R-Truth to not only take a shot at the Unified Tag Titles with a new partner, but his fading United States Championship.

Vickie Guererro to RAW

Excuse me, the draft is eligible to all superstars on both rosters. The WWE loves to remind the fans of this sometimes. What could be worse than Vickie Guerrero talking more than she has to?

Randy Orton to Smackdown

I'm going out on a limb here to pick this one. Smackdown is lacking a World Heavyweight Championship contender that is as violent and vicious as Randy Orton.

As of RAW's ignorance to shut Randy Orton out of the WWE Championship, Smackdown is the ultimate path of destiny for Randy Orton. It will do Randy and all the fans good to see him surrounded by different opponents.