WWE's 2019 Draft kicked off on last week's SmackDown, with Stephanie McMahon announced 20 switches across five rounds of picks, leaving a total of 12 acts undrafted from the pre-announced pool of 32 available on SD.
The promotion has now reduced that free agency group to four, having made eight additional draft picks on Sunday.
As announced on WWE.com, EC3, Eric Young, and Sin Cara have all joined Raw, while Apollo Crews, Drew Gulak, Heath Slater, Tamina, and The B-Team will all make their way to SmackDown. This leaves Chad Gable, Cesaro and 205 Live wrestlers Humberto Carrillo and Akira Tozawa undrafted. Per WWE's rules, these performers are now free to join Raw or SmackDown as they please.
The 2019 WWE Draft should theoretically conclude on tonight's episode of Raw, with all kinds of major stars like Seth Rollins, Brock Lesnar, Charlotte Flair, Daniel Bryan, and The New Day still up for grabs. The likes of The Ascension, The Usos, and Matt Hardy weren't listed in either draft pool, leaving their futures uncertain.
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