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Superstars left out of WWE Draft 2020 revealed

The WWE Draft will take place this week on SmackDown and on next week
The WWE Draft will take place this week on SmackDown and on next week's RAW
Nishant J
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Modified 09 Oct 2020, 20:21 IST
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WWE Draft 2020 will take place this Friday on SmackDown, and then once again on RAW, next week. This will be the 15th edition of the WWE Draft, which was first introduced way back in 2002.

WWE have announced new rules for the WWE Draft 2020, while also releasing the draft pool for both SmackDown and RAW. There have been some rumblings about what could happen in this WWE Draft 2020, including the future of Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre, the two Superstars holding the top men's titles in WWE currently.

WWE Draft 2020 will see more than 60 Superstars be traded between RAW and SmackDown, but there are a few that could miss out from the Draft.

Superstars who will miss WWE Draft 2020

There are many WWE Superstars who will miss the WWE Draft 2020, due to injury or hiatus or because of them not being available for WWE.

Fightful have put together a list of Superstars that will not be a part of this year's WWE Draft. Here are the names:

-- Becky Lynch

-- Bo Dallas

-- Edge

-- Forgotten Sons

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-- Goldberg

-- Ivar

-- Jimmy Uso

-- Jinder Mahal

-- John Cena

-- Mojo Rawley

-- Samoa Joe

-- Singh Brothers

-- Sonya Deville

-- The Big Show

The likes of Edge, Ivar, Jimmy Uso, and Jinder Mahal are out due to long-term injuries. Becky Lynch is presently pregnant, while Goldberg was signed for just two matches for 2020, both of which he has fulfilled.

Bo Dallas has not been on WWE television for almost a year, while Forgotten Sons were taken off WWE television after a few controversial comments were made by one of their members, Jaxson Ryker. Sonya Deville "left" WWE after her loss to Mandy Rose at this year's SummerSlam pay-per-view.

The Singh Brothers are stuck in their home country of Canada, while John Cena and The Big Show are part-time performers in WWE presently. Samoa Joe, meanwhile, has been a part of the RAW commentary team, and although he is fit, he hasn't been used on WWE television.

Published 09 Oct 2020, 20:21 IST
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