If you think that the rosters of both RAW and SmackDown are a bit underwhelming right now, you're not alone. Some Superstars lack a sense of direction while, in some cases, the entire division seems half-cooked. Luckily enough, the WWE Draft commences this Friday night.
Over the years, the company has used the WWE Draft to fill holes in their programming by switching stars from one brand to the other or by calling up a few names from NXT. The draft has also served as a fantastic platform for shocking returns of injured or inactive members of the WWE roster.
As such, the company has the opportunity to throw the limelight on some of its forgotten stars. On that note, let us look at few inactive names that could switch brands during the 2020 WWE Draft.
#5 The Forgotten Sons move to RAW during WWE Draft 2020
Jaxson Ryker, Steve Cutler, and Wesley Blake had an explosive few weeks on SmackDown after moving up from NXT shortly after WrestleMania 36. The trio immediately found itself in the SmackDown Tag Team Championship scene after attacking The New Day.
They appeared in several vignettes as well, portraying their patriotic character, which stems from the fact that Ryker and Cutler are former Marines. However, a not so thought out tweet from the former resulted in The Forgotten Sons being pulled from WWE TV with reports of backstage heat.
Enough time has elapsed since that incident, and the trio can find a fresh lease of life via a move to RAW during the 2020 WWE Draft. They would be useful additions to the almost non-existent RAW tag team division. Considering their heel personas, The Forgotten Sons could also challenge The Street Profits, who are in dire need of legitimate contenders for their tag titles.