WWE Power Rankings Top 25 Superstars This Week: 9/7/2015 | Smark Out Moment

WWE Power Rankings Top 25 Superstars This Week: 9/7/2015

Posted by E. Julius Keiper Monday, September 7, 2015
Welcome to another edition of Power Rankings from Smark Out Moment! Each week, we will break down the current roster and examine who has gone up the WWE hierarchy and who has unfortunately taken a step down the ladder. Factoring in things such as wins and losses, suspensions, injuries, making a name for one's self, being humiliated, and more, who is at the top of the food chain and who needs to make up some ground next week?
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25. Jack Swagger

Swagger is like a lost dog since Zeb Colter disappeared. We barely see him anymore and he usually loses when we do like he did to Kevin Owens this week on Main Event.

24. Adam Rose

Adam Rose is trying to reinvent himself as the party pooper instead of the party starter. I actually like Adam Rose as a wrestler, he is definitely being wasted in his current presentation.

23. R-Truth

R-Truth lost to Bo Dallas but beat Adam Rose this week. I can't believe he is still on the roster, but at least he is fun to watch.

22. Bo Dallas

Bo Dallas recovered tremendously from the beat down he received from Lesnar. A victory against R-Truth this week bumped his ranking up a few spots.

21. Fandango

Sometimes I forget Fandango is still around. Well he is, and he gained a victory on Main Event against Adam Rose.

20. Lucha Dragons

The Lucha Dragons teamed up with Neville to score a victory against Stardust and The Ascension on SuperStars.

19. Becky Lynch

Becky Lynch gained a victory on Raw against Alicia Fox in the Beat the Clock Challenge. She is one of a handful of women in WWE who could really be a game changer if the company actually took singles women's wrestling seriously.

18. Prime Time Players

There are worse things for your career than a loss to the Dudley Boyz. PTP are trying to stay relevant while being overshadowed by the arrival of the Dudley Boyz. They are great on commentary, and both have personalities that will keep them fresh at this transitional time in the tag-team division.

17. Stardust

Stardust joined forces with the Ascension and jumped Neville on SmackDown following their loss on SuperStars in a 6 man tag match. Neville and Stardust's feud may be forgettable, but I know that they could perform a show stealing match if given the right circumstances. Hopefully they will be given more time at the next PPV to tell a story and really show the crowd what they can do.

16. Neville

Neville managed to gain a victory with the Lucha Dragons against Stardust and The Ascension on Superstars.

15. Undertaker and Brock Lesnar

Neither of these guys were on TV this week, so their storyline inevitably suffered. Hopefully we'll get to hear a Heyman promo this week on Raw.

14. Rusev

Rusev can't catch a break lately. What a strange storyline. It has, however, produced one of my favorite quote's in wrestling history. "It is a fish".

13. Dolph Ziggler

Ziggler won a match by DQ on Raw, and then apparently Summer Rae wanted to see him shower or something? I am really having a tough time following this one. It kinda pisses me off that Ziggler and Rusev are both presented almost as jokes when they are both formidable workers and great characters.

12. Cesaro

Cesaro's win/loss record may have suffered over the past several months, but Cesaro is hands down the best all around worker on the roster. Even his mediocre matches are better than most wrestlers' best performances. And his matches lately have been far from mediocre. Even if he continues to get buried, it is always worth watching a match when Cesaro is in the ring.

11. New Day

After being defeated on both Raw and SmackDown, the Tag Team champs were bumped from the top ten this week. They are great heels, and don't get buried after a couple of defeats. Their tables rights gimmick is kinda goofy but definitely entertaining.

10. Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns

Despite gettin an ass whoopin on Raw, Ambrose and Reigns bounced back with a win over New Day on SmackDown. They also finialized their match against the Wyatt Family at Night of Champions. This story is actually playing out great. I can't wait until a third member is added to the team and we get to see Shield vs. Wyatt Family 2.0.

9. Charlotte

Charlotte was on fire this week after winning the Beat the Clock Challenge on Raw and defeating Tamina on SmackDown. Charlotte is definitely the standout star of the new crop of women from NXT and will hopefully win the Divas championship in the near future.

8. Ryback

Ryback defeated Big Show on Raw for the 600th time since becoming IC Champion. But hey, a successful title defense is worth something, right?

7. Kevin Owens

Owens continues to make his mark on the WWE with two victories against Cesaro and Jack Swagger on Raw and Main Event, respectively. I'm not sure what they are planning on doing with Owens from this point forward, but it would be nice to see a strap around his waist.

6. Sheamus

Sheamus' character is really coming into its own as he rampages through the upper midcard with a big victory against Cesaro on Smackdown. As the MITB holder, he is still lurking in the shadows of the title picture, and it will be interesting to see how creative plans to have him cash in.

5. The Wyatt Family

Braun Strowman continues to decimate anyone that stands in the Family's way. He made minced meat out of both Reigns and Ambrose on Monday, and is really playing the monster heel role to perfection. His introduction has sparked new life in the Wyatt Family and made their gimmick interesting again. I can't wait to see who is added to the team formerly known as The Shield to combat Strowman. The internet is buzzing with rumors that its Baron Corbin, but we will have to wait and see.

4. The Dudley Boyz

The Dudley's picked up victories on both Raw and Smack Down. Their match on Raw was against the Tag-Champions, New Day, which officially makes the Dudley Boyz the #1 contenders. They have been white hot since their return, and the express train to Dudleyville seems to be cruising towards tag team gold.

3. Sting

Sting didn't do much on WWE programming this week, but his promo on Raw and the fact that he is #1 contender earn him the #3 spot.

2. John Cena

John Cena ranked #2 in the PWI 500. After over a decade as the top guy in pro wrestling, its amazing that he has kept himself relevant all these years by adapting to the ever changing landscape of the business. After invoking his rematch clause on Raw, Cena is now set to face Rollins at Night of Champions.

1. Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins was ranked the number one wrestler in the world on the prestigious PWI 500 rankings. He is a guy who rose through the indys and grabbed the illustrious "brass ring". Rollins has already made history in his short time on top, and he shows no signs of slowing down. Besides his ever improving mic skills, his in ring ability his really quite incredible. He has had several show stopping matches in the past year and deserves the top spot on both the PWI 500 and this week's Smark Out Moment power rankings.

Do you think anyone should be listed differently?
What can these Superstars do to get back up at the #1 spot?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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