The WWE Draft has already brought up some interesting changes to the rosters [more on that later], but certain moves that were made weren't the main talk of Friday Night SmackDown.
The blue brand rolled into Las Vegas, and the main event pitted the now 10-time Women's Champion Charlotte Flair against former champion Bayley.
Flair reached the milestone just five days ago at Hell In A Cell, making Bayley submit in the middle of the ring.
After the match, Bayley threw what can only be described as somewhat of a hissy fit after losing the belt, and it was clear that nothing had really changed in regards to her recent heel turn.
She was still the same old smiley Bayley we have become accustomed to seeing over the years, but all that changed tonight on SmackDown.
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Bayley entered the T-Mobile Arena with a brand-new shorter haircut, and no smile on her face, and then attacked her own inflatable tube-men that have been a part of her entrance for so long.
It was now clear that WWE were going full heel with Bayley at this point, and she was a lot more aggressive against Flair here.
But even after Flair hit her Natural Selection finisher in the middle of the ring, albeit somewhat tamely, Bayley almost immediately struck with a roll-up to get the three count and win back her title, just five days after losing it.
Her new look was joined by a new, but very generic theme song, and she definitely went full heel post-match by calling the fans 'b**ches' and also said 'screw you'.
The new Bayley could be a very interesting character going forwards, and she will definitely be joined by fellow heel and best friend Sasha Banks, who has been drafted to the blue brand.
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