Every Pick From WWE Draft Night Two

Stephanie McMahon WWE Draft

The WWE Draft is in the books and now the stars of the company know exactly where their immediate future lies.

Bianca Belair was the number one overall draft pick when the WWE Draft kicked off on SmackDown. Several major stars were not eligible to be drafted on that show and they had to wait until Raw in Kansas City.

Stephanie McMahon kicked off night two of the draft as she revealed the first-round picks. Gunther and Ludwig Kaiser were drafted as a unit as Raw’s first pick one week after Imperium finally kicked out Giovanni Vinci. SmackDown’s first pick of the night was Jade Cargill with Raw then taking Damage CTRL and SmackDown drafting Kevin Owens.

Round two saw CM Punk drafted to Raw before the red brand also picked Braun Strowman. SmackDown, in turn, drafted The Pride and Tiffany Stratton.

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Raw’s first pick for round three was the entire LWO with Carlito still listed as part of the group despite his attack on Dragon Lee. SmackDown then drafted Legado del Fantasma with Raw following up with former World Heavyweight Champion Drew McIntyre before the blue brand claimed Shinsuke Nakamura. McIntyre expressed his unhappiness at being drafted after CM Punk.

The fourth round saw Raw draft The Judgment Day without World Heavyweight Champion Damian Priest or Rhea Ripley and former NXT Champion Ilja Dragunov. SmackDown picked Naomi and the tag team of Piper Niven and Chelsea Green.

Raw’s picks in round five were The New Day and former NXT Women’s Champion Lyra Valkyria while SmackDown took two tag teams in the form of Pretty Deadly and Candice LeRae & Indi Hartwell. The final round on the night saw Raw claim The Final Testament and Bronson Reed while SmackDown picked DIY and NXT’s Blair Davenport.

WWE revealed on social media that the supplemental draft also saw some shifting of the rosters as SmackDown took Giovanni Vinci, Tegan Nox, and Apollo Crews while Raw took Dijak, The Creed Brothers, Ivy Nile, New Catch Republic (Tyler Bate & Pete Dunne), Kayden Carter & Katana Chance, Natalya, and Odyssey Jones.