WWE have been thinking about bringing the Draft back to our screens recently and the original plan was to air it back in August, according to Fightful Select.
The current global situation has affected an awful lot of plans over the last few months and, despite doing their best to consistently pump out new content, WWE has regularly had to alter their scheduled programming due to the health crisis. It now looks like the WWE Draft has been added to that long list of delays/changes.
The Draft was apparently set to go down this month, but the company has had to delay and nix that plan on multiple occasions as the situation frequently changes.
September was suggested as a possible month for the shake-up event, but WWE have now reportedly pushed back a potential draft to October time.
WWE have informed their broadcast partners of these changed plans, along with a few live events arrangements which have been cancelled.
The last Draft went down in 2019 and saw stars like Bray Wyatt and Sasha Banks drafted to SmackDown and blue brand performers such as Randy Orton and Kevin Owens moved over to Raw.
As of writing, there's been no news on which superstars will be moved where during this supposed upcoming draft.