Everyone knows that every year the company undergoes a change in the roster so that each year they allow the exchange of stories between the two best brands of the company. The development brand only thinks about the arrival of talent that can replace the possible losses or the faces already seen.
Many already think of a generational changeover, but the use of each star at the time of getting to the main roster has not allowed that sorpasso. This is the case of the fighter Austin Theory. A man who, actively and passively, has worked hard and after having A title opportunity at a major event was sent to NXT along with Gargano to better develop their capabilities.
It is one more case of others that many times have the opportunity to demonstrate their level and do not have more opportunities. The strangest case is that of Drew who seems that in the face of a clash with the current WWE champion a writer is pressing for someone to fill the role of the former champion of the pandemic.
WWE has done a better job this go around of keeping draft results wrapped up. Good job by them. Only speculation I heard over the weekend included a story about how a RAW writer “banged the table” for Finn Balor, to be used in McIntyre’s role now on Monday nights. We shall see.
– WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) October 4, 2021
With his departure a replacement is necessary, this is the case of Finn Balor. WrestleVotes reported today that a WWE writer lobbied for Finn Balor to be recruited to Raw from SmackDown and to replace McIntyre as the second best babyface on Raw. Fans will find out if the company goes through with this on tonight’s Raw, which is the second night of the Draft.
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