Mock Draft: Top 10 Picks for Monday Night Raw
The draft is just days away and due to the endless permutations and combinations that are possible, everyone is buzzing about the same. WWE, to their credit, has kept the buzz alive with segments promoting the drafts.
The idea, as always, will be to pack both the brands with enough talent to keep the momentum going and come up with a product which the fans could enjoy.
Ahead of the drafts, we are going to have a mock draft, where we will take a look at the best picks for both the brands. This is the first piece in the Two-part mock draft series and in this list, we take a look at the best picks for Monday Night Raw.
The Women’s division does not have enough depth to survive a brand split. Though WWE did spark off full-fledged ‘revolution’, it ended up getting nowhere and currently, WWE should focus on building up properly rather than coming up with two different divisions for the women performers.
One main reason why the entire Women’s division should be on Raw is because of the length of the show.
The length of the shows is something that will not change after the brand split. This means that WWE will have to fill three hours of programming on Monday Nights. Thus, it opens up the possibility of multiple feuds from the Women’s division and thereby signifies progress.