I will also agree with some of the people and say that the draft did make Smackdown weaker; at the same time though, Raw may have a case of "too many cooks spoil the broth" or in other words, they have too many main-eventers on their show and not as many people are going to shine compared to where Smackdown was the better brand for about a year now because they had a better mixture.
I was pretty disappointed to see Edge leave Smackdown seeing how Christian is now on Smackdown; I think some may agree that some of us wrestling fans were looking forward to an Edge and Christian feud. Jericho will survive on Raw because he's simply Chris Jericho but leaving him on Smackdown would have had a solid main-eventer for that show. CM Punk is lining up for another main-event push but as for now, his SES is the main focus.
Graves 9 pointed out with the heels going to Raw, Miz may get lost on Raw (or drop down on the food chain) which is a valid point. I think Miz can survive though because right now in the WWE, Miz is one of the best people on the mic and is solid in the ring. What may also help is a potential feud with Morrison and Miz and that feud could be a money-maker for Raw and for both Miz and Morrison.
Swagger now looks to be the main person on Smackdown with Edge and Jericho gone but will probably feud with Christian or at least it is possible to see a feud between the two.
It should be interesting to say the least of what is going to happen now with both drafts officially over.
No it would have to be Edge to complete the circle of awesomeness.
Finally, Show/Edge, - the Rated R Show
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Seeing them recently at a house show, I'd go with Armando, but that was before Cena/Trips/HBK all took a loss to Umaga. But at the house show, the crowd was almost word for word with Armando's introduction.