WWE draft news

Sheamus moves to SmackDown

By James Coyle.   Last Updated: 27/04/11 9:41am

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An historic 2011 WWE Draft began on Monday Night RAW and concluded on Tuesday evening exclusively on WWE's official website.

Skysports.com's James Coyle tuned in to the exclusive online Supplemental draft in order to bring you the very latest roster changes ahead of WWE Extreme Rules this Sunday Night on Sky Box Office.

To recap, on Monday Night RAW, John Cena was the first Superstar to be drafted from RAW to SmackDown, but in a shocking turn of events, Cena found himself drafted back to the red brand as the show went off the air.

Also on RAW, fan favourite Rey Mysterio, The World's Largest Athlete Big Show, and Mexican Superstar Alberto Del Rio were all drafted to Monday Night's flagship show as part of the 2011 WWE Draft.

Meanwhile, WWE's Apex Predator Randy Orton will now compete on Friday Night SmackDown. The multiple-time World champion along with Mark Henry and new high-flying sensation Sin Cara were all drafted to the blue brand this past Monday Night.

On Tuesday afternoon, the Draft continued on WWE's official website. The most notable switches included former WWE Champion Sheamus, Scotsman and former Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre, Daniel Bryan, Kofi Kingston and The All-American American Jack Swagger.

In the 2011 WWE Draft, a total of 30 picks established brand new homes for many Superstars and Divas. A complete list of who went where is detailed below.

Superstars Drafted to RAW

Alberto Del Rio
Beth Phoenix
Big Show
Chris Masters
Curt Hawkins
Drew McIntyre
Jack Swagger
John Cena
Kelly Kelly
Kofi Kingston
Rey Mysterio
Tyler Reks

Superstars Drafted to SmackDown

Alex Riley
Alicia Fox
Daniel Bryan
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
Mark Henry
Randy Orton
Ranjin Singh
Sin Cara
Ted DiBiase
The Great Khali
Tyson Kidd
Yoshi Tatsu
William Regal

Read more WWE blogs, news and reviews from skysports.com's James Coyle on his WWE facebook page: www.facebook.com/jamescoyle.wwe

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