Raw Men’s Division after WWE Draft picks
1.) Drew McIntyre (c)
2.) Randy Orton
3.) Keith Lee
4.) AJ Styles
5.) Bray Wyatt
6.) Aleister Black
7.) Bobby Lashley (c)
8.) Daniel Bryan (w/Drew Gulak)
9.) Braun Strowman
10.) King Corbin
11.) Mustafa Ali
Drew McIntyre, Randy Orton, and Keith Lee need to remain on Raw because a triple threat WWE Championship HIAC match should be store for them. They have been the main foci of the main event scene, so moving them to another brand would be regressive.
As for AJ Styles, it has been rumored that he does not like Paul Heyman, so he will probably move to Raw to stay away from him. He will very likely be a contender for Drew McIntyre down the line or he could even put over Keith Lee in the process.
As mentioned earlier, Bray Wyatt needs a fresh start. As has been teased before, he could reignite his feud with Randy Orton or start a new dream (or nightmare?) feud with Aleister Black, which could be a very sinister, dark, grotesque type of feud when considering their peculiar gimmicks.
As the United States Champion, Bobby Lashley should stay on Raw with Hurt Business and continue to dominate the mid-card. Daniel Bryan has not been on Raw since returning to in-ring competition, so going to the red brand would be a nice change of pace for him and Gulak, who should not be battling for the 24/7 Championship at this point in time.
Braun Strowman has been seen on Raw Underground with Dabba-Kato, so that’s a strong sign he will be moving to Raw. King Corbin and Sheamus lost a ton of momentum on SmackDown, so a fresh start on Raw as mid-card heels would do them favors. Finally, Mustafa Ali was recently traded to Raw, so it would be nonsensical to trade him back to SmackDown. He needs to be the light on Monday Nights, instead of being relegated to WWE Main Event.