In what has been a groundbreaking week for WWE, it's not just the wrestling side of things that have been redecorated and refurbished.
The WWE Draft took place on Tuesday night during the first ever SmackDown Live, and it saw the wrestling roster get split into two, with some heading to Monday Night Raw, and the rest heading to SmackDown Live.
In the aftermath of the Draft, news broke that the announcement teams had also changed, with Michael Cole, Corey Graves, and Byron Saxton commentating on Raw, and Mauro Ranallo, JBL, and David Otunga calling SmackDown.
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In addition to those changes, Booker T and Jerry "The King" Lawler also experienced roles changes as they will now be part of pre and post show panels for Raw, SmackDown Live, and Pay-Per-Views.
However, that is not, all as they will both be joined by former female superstar Lita.
Lita retired from in-ring action a decade ago in 2006, but has been working with the WWE as an agent/producer. She was also a judge on this season's Tough Enough.
According to reports, her role within the WWE is now set to change, however, as she will be leaving her role as an agent/producer and will now be a full time panelist for pre and post shows on the WWE Network.
This will include being involved in pre and post shows for Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live, as well as doing the kick-off shows for PPVs.
The four-time Women's Champion was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame back in 2014 and had been working as an agent/producer since 2015.
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