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WWE Draft 2011: Analysis and Aftermath of Last Year’s Event

Posted by Graham 'GSM' Matthews On April - 25 - 2011

On April 26, 2010, the WWE landscape would be changed like never before. Or did it?

In arguably the worst Draft events to ever take place in WWE history, the night consisted of eight Superstars and Divas swapping nights in an attempt to recreate magic the previous years had set before. It wasn’t able to reach its highest potential by a long shot, and its lackluster results would certainly pay the price as 2010 progressed.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: having Superstars bounce from brand to brand lessens the value of the Draft, and that was a major factor as to why the WWE 2010 Draft can be deemed so forgettable. Maybe it was the downfall of ECW two months prior, or maybe the significant loss of top stars before the annual event due to injury or retirement, but the WWE can basically blame itself for its poor amount of attention.

As I look back at last year’s event, I will provide analysis on each victim that switched shows in the main draft on RAW that fateful Monday, and the futures that awaited them. Since this specific Draft set very low standards, I can guarantee this year’s annual event will be a huge step up and improvement.

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