Six women competed for the chance to be Bayley's next title challenger, and Nikki Cross managed to emerge victorious.
A six-pack challenge will take place on tonight's SmackDown with the winner earning the opportunity to challenge for the SmackDown Women's Title.
It would have been unthinkable in the past to give every talent on one show a break at the same time, but that's exactly what WWE is doing.
If you felt as you knew who was going to be picked next during last night's draft, that's probably because WWE published the order before the show even started.
SmackDown might have been all about the draft, but the final 20 minutes focused on Bayley committing to her heel gimmick and winning back the title.
Bray Wyatt's interference in SmackDown's opening match cost Roman Reigns the win. Then both men wound up getting drafted to Team Blue.
Superstars will be queuing up for a chance at being in the ring with The Rock tonight, and Randy Orton might well be at the front of that queue.
The Rock might have quietly retired from wrestling earlier this year, but everyone has that one more match left in them, right?
Teasing a possible part in WWE’s debut of Friday Night SmackDown on Fox, CM Punk asked The Rock to call him during the show.
WWE has been pursuing The Rock in an attempt to get the Hollywood star to be part of their star-studded lineup for Fox's premiere on SmackDown.
WWE is trying something new with their massive social media presence. They want fans to use Twitter to vote for the greatest SmackDown Superstar ever.
FOX is aiming to pull in the younger fans when SmackDown debuts on its network. One way it might try to do that is by cutting the number of commercial breaks during the show.
Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon will compete in a ladder match next week on SmackDown, and both mens' careers will be on the line.
WWE's King of the Ring final took place on Raw this week. Baron Corbin and Chad Gable battled it out for the right to be named King of all WWE.
WWE sent out info this week implying that the main event of next week's SmackDown will feature The Rock, DX, Kane, and Shane McMahon.
Kevin Owens could have had his $100,000 fine rescinded on SmackDown Live. Instead, the show went off the air with him being fired by Shane McMahon.