Time For A Revolution: The 2010 WWE Draft Predictions
It's that time of the year again, the annual WWE Draft.
This year, there will only be two brands to switch between, Smackdown and Raw and needless to say, many changes are needed to be made in order to use each and every superstar to his fullest potential.
Without any further due, let us begin my 2010 WWE Draft predictions.
P.S: I didn't mention any diva picks.
John Morrison to Raw
First of is John Morrison hasn't really made an impact on Smackdown, and his push stopped somewhere mid-summer.
John Morrison is all entertainment, and Raw is definitely the place for someone like him.
Expect him to move to Raw and start his long-awaited push with a heel turn.
MVP to Smackdown
MVP needs to move back to where he started his career, Smackdown.
When he was drafted to Raw last year, things were looking good but unfortunately he made absolutely no impact.
On Smackdown, he could be a legitimate contender to Swagger's World Heavyweight Championship and put on a few good matches there.
Edge to Raw
Edge belongs on Raw, with his charisma and mic skills he could easily be the red brand's top face.
Edge could feud with the likes of Sheamus, Vladimir Kozlov, and The Miz and make stars out of them.
Edge moved to Smackdown nearly three years ago, and made it his show, now it's time he comes back to Raw and do the same.
The Big Show to Smackdown
The Big Show needs to go back on Smackdown, and reclaim his place as the monster heel.
As for the unified tag team championships go, it doesn't matter where The Big Show is, he can go to both brands
Then again, I don't really like the pairing of ShowMiz so I'm hoping for them to lose their championships soon so they can focus on their singles careers.
Shad to Raw
Ever since Shad turned on JTG, things have been looking good for the former member of Cryme Tyme.
I was impressed with his promo on Smackdown two weeks ago, and think that if he wants to be a successful heel, he needs to move to Raw.
As for JTG, I think he has a lot of potential now that he's a singles competitor and he'll do fine on Smackdown.
Kofi Kingston to Smackdown
Kofi Kingston is someone who desperately needs to move to Smackdown, before his push really comes to an abrupt halt.
I could see Kofi Kingston rising to main event status, if he was to move to Smackdown and maybe he could even win his first world championship.
Hopefully, this Monday, WWE will make the right choice and draft Kofi to where he belongs, Smackdown.
Batista to Raw
This one isn't even that much of a surprise, hell when was the last time Batista was even on Smackdown?
WWE's already moved Batista to Raw, it's just that this Monday, it'll be official.
Anyways, if Batista moves to Raw, he could win the WWE championship and perhaps find some new face challengers to provide us with fresh feuds.
Christian to Smackdown
Now I know what you're thinking, if Edge moves to Raw, Christian should stay there and they could reunite but I think otherwise.
Christian needs to move to Smackdown, so he wouldn't be buried, by superstars like John Cena and Triple H on Raw.
After Christian moves to Smackdown, he could have interesting feuds with superstars like Chris Jericho or even Jack Swagger.
Dolph Ziggler to Raw
Dolph Ziggler, really has potential and should've already been in the main event scene by now, but unfortunately he, just like many other people on this list didn't make it big on his brand.
Now that Dolph has been repackaged with his sleeper hold, he's turned into a complete monster and he could play that role very well on Raw.
Dolph could feud with the likes of John Cena, Edge, and Triple H and even form a team with Carlito to take on the unified tag team champions.
Ted Dibiase to Smackdown
At this point in his career, Ted Dibiase needs to breakout and what better place then Smackdown.
Lately, Dibiase has been involved in an angle where he's been carrying around the million dollar championship, I suggest he brings back the title and brings it with him to Smackdown.
Seeing that there are many possible contenders such as R-Truth, Kane, and Shelton Benjamin, I don't see how there would be a problem.
That way, Dibiase could bring more prestige to the championship and put on a few good matches too.
The Hart Dynasty to Raw
Ever since The Hart Dynasty has turned face, I've been dying to see them as unified tag team champions because they could put on many great matches with other tag teams.
Which is why this Monday, The Hart Dynasty should move to Raw, and win the unified tag team championships from The MizShow.
Afterwards, they could take on many other challengers and continue to bring pride to the The Hart Family.
Randy Orton to Smackdown
Perhaps Smackdown's biggest draft pick, the viper, Randy Orton.
With Edge gone, somebody else has to take his place, as one of Smackdown's top faces, and there is no better candidate then Randy Orton.
Randy's been on fire lately, and I think he should move to Smackdown to continue his feud with Jack Swagger for the world heavyweight champion.
The Undertaker to Raw
The final and biggest pick for Raw, The Undertaker.
The Undertaker's been hurting recently, and this may be his final year before retirement, so might as well end his career on WWE's flagship show, Raw.
That way we can see many new and interesting feuds between The Undertaker and up and coming superstars.
His Wrestlemania opponent would also then be someone from Raw, someone like a newly turned Triple H or maybe even John Cena.