The life of a WWE wrestler is difficult. You’re driving to every city. You’re always working injured. You’re rarely home with your family. On top of all that, you’re trying to get noticed. You want the fans to cheer you, or boo you, or give you some kind of reaction. Everyone wants to be champ, even though there’s very few spots at the top of the card.

The WWE Draft shook things up further. Now, half of the talent is on Raw, and the other half of the talent is on SmackDown. Some wrestlers were happy with the draft results. Others were not, and were vocal about their displeasure.

Complex caught up with several Superstars this past Friday at the WWE SummerSlam KickOff in New York City. They were there to play and promote WWE 2K17, which drops on October 11 for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. We asked them about the draft and their current status in WWE, and here’s what they had to say.