The 2019 WWE Draft is now in the books, aside from where the unpicked free agents will land. Here's every pick that happened during the second and final night.
Night two of the 2019 WWE Draft kicked off in a similar way to the first night on SmackDown. A match between a Superstar from each brand to determine who would get to pick first. This time Becky Lynch represented Raw while Charlotte Flair repped for SmackDown. The Man picked up the win meaning Team Red got first pick for the second straight night.
With that first pick, Raw made sure it kept hold of its Universal Champion, Seth Rollins. SmackDown responded by picking Brock Lesnar, ensuring Friday nights also have a World Champion. Raw then picked Flair, so the match moments earlier will be the last time The Queen represents SmackDown for a while, then Andrade and Zelina Vega. SmackDown selected The New Day to bring the curtain down on round one.
Raw added another championship to its roster by picking The Kabuki Warriors, although announcers highlighted that the Women's Tag Team Titles will still be up for grabs on both shows. Aleister Black and Rusev were Raw's other second-round picks. SmackDown opted for Daniel Bryan and Bayley, meaning the rivalry between the champ and The Queen is likely over, for now.
Raw's round three was made up of two cruiserweights and then what we would consider the opposite of a cruiserweight. Cedric Alexander, Humberto Carillo, and Erick Rowan. In return, SmackDown picked Shinsuke Nakamura plus a cruiserweight of their own, Ali. Buddy Murphy, Jinder Mahal, and R-Truth were Raw-bound in round four, as Truth's 24/7 Title protector Carmella was chosen by SmackDown along with Robert Roode and Dolph Ziggler.
In round five, Raw picked Samoa Joe, Akira Tozawa, and Shelton Benjamin, then Rey Mysterio, Titus O'Neil, and Liv Morgan in the final round. SmackDown used its final four picks of the night on The Miz, King Corbin, Shorty Gable (yes they really are calling him that), and Elias, in that order. If our calculations are correct, that means 69 draft picks have now been made. The shows might be over, but continue to keep an eye on TheSportster for news of where the remaining free agents will land.