WWE Draft: These superstars should move from Raw to SmackDownLast updated on Oct 11, 2019, 08:00 pm
The recent season premiere of WWE saw the two flagship shows, Raw and SmackDown, get a whole new look and identity.
Also, with SmackDown moving to Fox, WWE has decided to end the wild-card rule and bring back the brand split, as they conduct a new WWE Draft.
On the same note, we analyze the superstars from Raw, who should move to SmackDown.
The Phenomenal One returns to the house that he built
AJ Styles is undoubtedly one of the crowd favorite superstars in WWE at present.
However, he is yet to taste the same success on Raw.
Thus, a move back to the self-proclaimed house that he built could help him get back on top, than a packed roster on Raw, as it is where he won the WWE Championship on two occasions.
The All-mighty has a point to prove on SmackDown
Bobby Lashley might be having a love affair angle with Rusev's wife Lana for now, but there's no denying that he is a top superstar and would go after a top challenge.
Thus, the move to SmackDown makes the most sense as challenging the reigning WWE champion Brock Lesnar sounds like a good idea, while he could also be involved in some top feuds.
The Scottish Psychopath can certainly elevate SmackDown's competition level
While he might be nursing an injury, for now, there is no denying that Drew McIntyre has what it takes to become a top superstar.
Therefore, upon his return, along with a move to SmackDown, he is certain to challenge for the WWE Championship.
Least to say, the other top superstars on the show would love to get their hands on a naive McIntyre.
The King could make SmackDown a top brand
Not the best of choices, but there is no denying that King Corbin is one of the most underutilized superstars in WWE.
Now that he has won the King of the Ring, it's about time that WWE considers pushing him to the top level in a proper manner.
With SmackDown being primed to become the top brand now, the move makes the utmost sense.
The Boss certainly belongs in the top brand
As we are discussing that SmackDown is destined to be the top brand hereon, the show would be incomplete with The Boss, Sasha Banks, who is a top draw among the female superstars.
Moreover, she is yet to properly feud with her best friend Bayley, which has been teased on numerous occasions over the years, and it's about time to put it in place.