WWE Draft 2021: We are back with yet another post regarding WWE Draft 2021. The annual drafts witness multiple superstars switching brands from Raw to Smackdown & vice-versa, and this year won’t be any different. As we are nearing close to October 1 for the first night of the WWE Draft, let’s have a look at 3 male and 2 female superstars from Raw who could jump to Friday Night Smackdown.
WWE Draft 2021: Jeff Hardy
Jeff Hardy has expressed his desire to hold the Universal Title once before he hangs his boots for good. The Charismatic Enigma is a Grand Slam Champion and has achieved almost everything the company has to offer. Therefore, if he wants to clinch the Universal Title, Smackdown is the roster he needs to go.
Jeff Hardy is currently involved in a United States Championship picture and is set to collide with Sheamus and the US Champion Damian Priest at the Extreme Rules PPV. If Hardy wins, he still can jump to Smackdown and bring the title on the Blue brand, while the Intercontinental Championship can find a new home at Monday Night Raw.
WWE Draft 2021: Ricochet
Ricochet is another enthralling talent who can find a place on the Blue brand. He contested in two of the best high-flying and skillful matches in recent times and has the potential to deliver exciting matches anywhere. If Ricochet moved to Smackdown, he could get into a feud with the likes of Robert Roode, Happy Corbin, Apollo Crews, Dolph Ziggler, etc.
WWE Draft 2021: Drew McIntyre
One of the most influential names who is heavily touted to jump to Friday Nights is the former WWE Champion, Drew McIntyre. The Scottish Warrior is one of the faces of the Red Brand and has achieved almost everything Monday Night Raw has to offer.
A shift in the paradigm will pave the way for different opportunities for Drew McIntyre. A feud against Roman Reigns has always been in the making, and this could only happen if the former WWE Champion moves to Friday Nights. The biggest heel and the biggest babyface of this generation on the same brand is what everyone’s willing to see.
WWE Draft 2021: Asuka
It has been more than two months since we have seen Asuka on WWE TV. The former Raw and Smackdown Champion has been missing from the Red brand as the creative team has nothing to offer her.
On Smackdown, under a new creative team, Asuka could find solace. If she moves to Friday nights, she could explore different possibilities and elevate right at the top by feuding with the likes of Sasha Banks, Becky Lynch, and Bianca Belair.
WWE Draft 2021: Doudrop
Doudrop is seemingly done with her storyline with Eva Marie on Monday Night Raw, and it is high time for her to move beyond her former mentor. Moving to Friday Night Smackdown and feuding with the likes of Carmella, Zelina Vega, Toni Storm, and even top draw like Natalya could help her elevate to the top of her game.