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WWE Draft 2020 – List Of Wrestlers Who Won’t Be In The Draft Pool

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The WWE Draft 2020 begins on SmackDown this coming Friday, and will continue on the following episode of RAW on Monday.

Majority of WWE’s main roster wrestlers will be in the Draft pool, while some of them won’t be a part of it due to injuries or just being off TV.

Here is a list of wrestlers who won’t be a part of the Draft.

23. Bo Dallas: Inactive since November 2019

22. Goldberg – (Reason: Limited matches per year deal)

21. Edge – (Reason: Limited matches per year deal, Triceps injury)

20. Kane: Inactive

19. Ronda Rousey: Inactive

18. John Cena: Free Agent

17. Brock Lesnar

Brock Lesnar hasn’t worked any WWE show since losing the WWE Championship to Drew McIntyre at WrestleMania 36. As noted before, his contract with the company has also expired.

The Beast Incarnate was a part of the Draft last year, but he won’t be a part of it this year as he’s inactive currently.

16. Mojo Rawley

Since COVID-19 testing started in WWE, Mojo Rawley hasn’t worked any TV show.

It’s unknown why he has been off TV, but his absence likely means that he won’t be a part of the 2020 WWE Draft.

15. The Big Show

The Big Show keeps appearing on WWE programming from time to time, his latest appearance being on last week’s RAW, but he’s still considered a part-timer.

Since The World’s Largest Athlete isn’t wrestling regularly, it’s likely that he won’t be in the Draft pool as well.

14. Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe has been out of action over the past couple of months due to a concussion he suffered while filming a RAW commercial.

Although he’s currently active on WWE programming as a commentator, he still won’t be a part of the Draft due to his injury.

There’s a possibility that Joe switches shows as part of the commentary teams, however.

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