Smackdown's Worst Enemy- The Draft Part 1
by, 09-05-2011 at 08:08 PM (2971 Views)
Each year when the draft occurs it's like the are trying to make Smackdown look bad. Smackdown has still been better than Raw in my opinion but this last draft was bad for did seemed like a double edge knife for both brands. But, I will start by showing how the draft has tried to hinder Smackdown. Here is the 2004 Draft below.
Rob Van Dam.
Smackdown lost Triple H since Heyman traded him back for Booker T and The Dudleyz. Mark Jindrak stayed on Velocity for most his time there and was Angle's bodyguard for a few months. Dupree feuded with Cena for the US Title for about 3 months and then formed an awful tag team with Kenzo Suzuki and got the tag belts for a while before going back to singles. Then he was sacrificed by Taker and put off of TV until he got drafted back to Raw. Van Dam stayed in the mid-card division on Smackdown and w
on Money in the Bank after going back to Raw. Teddy Long became the GM and Spike won the Cruiserweight Championship then managed the Dudleyz for a bit. Booker T was the best pick for Smackdown staying with the brand the longest time out of everyone in the draft and the Dudleyz were with Smackdown for a year before going to TNA.
Raw gained Benjamin who had the longest Intercontinental title reign in the decade, Edge started his singles career after he got drafted to Raw, Rhyno and Tajiri became a tag team and also did some singles matches, and Nidia only stayed for a few months.
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