The ninth WWE Draft has been officially announced for Monday Night Raw in Raleigh, North Carolina on April 25.
This move by WWE has some saying it is a bit rushed due to Edge's retirement from the WWE and lack of stars on SmackDown.
To WWE's credit, the past two drafts were also held in April, so I am not that shocked that it has been announced.
I normally am not excited about the draft, but I actually welcome this draft.
Two years ago, I attended the WWE Draft in Atlanta, Georgia in the Philips Arena, and it wasn't anything special.
I fully expect WWE to make some big roster moves here and stock up SmackDown a bit.
Heading into the summer, this would be a good chance to end some long-standing rivalries, as well as start some new ones to freshen things up a bit.
Let's take a look at a few Superstars who I think will be on the move, along with a few shockers as well.