I noticed a few people may not be happy with Smackdown getting very priveleged during the draft. But why in the hell not!? Smackdown is the B show and despite that, they have been the back seat for the past 10 years. Is it alright for just 1 year out of 10 that Smackdown gets a big push and Raw takes the backseat? Then again, who's to say Raw is taking a backseat, 2 days after the 2008 draft? Although I must admit, Raw is taking a hit, only.. and only because the Legend Killer and Rey are both injured it's only natural. Other than that, Raw still has a pretty good line up, definetley no where near as star studded as before, but what's a superstar or two leaving Raw?.. almost nothing much of a loss. Smackdown was always a better straightforward wrestling show (imo). Raw was all talking, blah blah blah.. the age of orton.. break the code. I'm not saying that's bad, but of course it would be good to see the likes of Jeff high flying, Shelton Benjamin's matt atheltism.. and The Game.. who was always a good performer in the ring as well. Now, 2008-2009 should be a great season for Smackdown, as well as Raw. People may belive that we have turned the tables around, and Smackdown is the A show while Raw is the B show, when in reality both will be grade A shows. Two months ago, Michael Jordan.. you were telling us about how much you enjoy watching CM Punk and how much he will help the WWE in the future. Well, now he is on Raw.. and you're pointing out that it'll take the back seat to Smackdown? I doubt it, despite the fact that Raw lost, they have also gained. Everybody wins Except ECW, then again.. ECW is nothing but a minor league. what does it matter if ECW is full of no name rookies and washed up veterans. If that is the case, I'd rather watch Tommy Dreamer fight Finlay in a belfast brawl every week of the year.. but that's just me. bring barbed wires back Vince.