Tonight saw the final episode of Monday Night RAW before the historic WWE Draft takes place on the first live edition of Smackdown tomorrow night.
Smackdown will make the move from being a pre- taped programme to being a live weekly show and it is set to start with a bang.
A big shake up
With the draft comes unique talent to each show, separate Pay-Per-Views and different champions, but also, different leadership.
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Mr McMahon returned to RAW last week to reveal that Stephanie McMahon would be the new commissioner of Monday Night RAW and that Shane McMahon would take over as the commissioner of Smackdown.
That left them the one task tonight to announce their General Managers for the WWE World after the Draft, and they made some very interesting choices.
Electing a Hall of Famer and a fan favourite left the crowd in Rhode Island ecstatic at both choices.
The returns of Mick Foley and Daniel Bryan to the WWE will surely ramp up the ratings and while the appointment of Bryan was leaked last week, Foley was somewhat of a shock.
The hardcore legend will become the general manager of the flagship show as he quite surprisingly links up with the matriarch of the Authority.
Only time will tell if this the start of a heel turn for Foley or maybe there is another plan in place for him, but the real question for the next 24 hours is who will be the number one pick?
A structured evening
The Draft will be the closest that the WWE has ever come to structured as there are a set list of rules for the system to follow.
RAW will be granted the first pick in the draft and granted three picks to every two picks that Smackdown makes.
RAW will also receive the new cruiser weight division as the advantage remains squarely in favour of the flagship show.