25. Bo Dallas
Dallas lost to Neville on Superstars but made up for it by picking up a W on Main Event against Fandango.
Miz got beat up by Big Show on Raw, and lost to Cesaro on SmackDown. This week was not too AWESOME for the Miz, but at least he made it on the list.
23. Big Show
Big Show interfered in the Miz vs. Cesaro match on Raw and eventually knocked Cesaro out for getting in his way.
22. Dolph Ziggler
This storyline with Ziggler and Rusev needs to be wrapped up. He has too much talent to be wasted on silliness like this. Aside from that, Ziggler lost to Kevin Owens on Main Event.
Rusev crush...this awful storyline.
20. Lucha Dragons
The Lucha Dragons lost on both Raw and Smackdown, but I guess jobbing on those shows is a step up from jobbing on Superstars.
19. Jimmy Uso
One half of the Uso's returned to the ring to help his cousin fight the New Day on SmackDown. Things didn't turn out so well for Jimmy, but it's pretty cool that he was brought into the Shield 2.0 vs. Wyatt Family storyline.
18. The Ascension
The Ascension picked up a win over the Lucha Dragons on SmackDown, but were defeated on Raw. I'm not a big fan of them, haven't been since they were in NXT, but it is nice to see them somewhat relevant as they aid Stardust in his battle against Neville.
Neville picked up a win this week against Bo Dallas on Superstars.
Stardust made a few appearances on WWE programming, and gained a victory on Superstars against Jack Swagger.
15. Sasha Banks
Banks picked up a big victory against Paige on Raw. Their match on SmackDown ended in a no contest. Sasha Banks is an awesome character all around. She has a great personality for her character, her attitude is repulsive yet intriguing, and she kicks ass in the ring. What else can you ask for in a heel?
Charlotte challenged Nikki Bella to a title match on the next episode of Raw. As I said in weeks past, Charlotte is a standout among her peers, and she can probably even make Nikki Bella look like she knows how to wrestle.
Cesaro picked up a much needed win against The Miz on SmackDown after a their match on Raw ended in a double count out and with Cesaro eating a KO punch from Big Show. It seems like they might be heading towards a Cesaro/Big Show feud, which is fine by me since Cesaro is one of those rare workers who can make anyone he steps in the ring with look like a much better wrestler than they actually are.
12. Randy Orton
Orton jumped this week to number 12 after not even being on the list for the past few weeks. A big victory over Sheamus this week propelled him back to top half of the list.
11. Prime Time Players
They helped John Cena defeat Seth Rollins and New Day in a six man tag match to cap off Raw, and made easy work of Los Matadores on Main Event. Its good to see that they are remaining relevant despite the arrival of the Dudleys.
10. Kevin Owens
Owens had a good week by gaining a victory on Main Event over Dolph Ziggler, as well as by teasing an upcoming feud against the IC champion, Ryback. An IC title run for Owens can do wonders to restore the credibility of the once illustrious belt, and also give Owens' character another chance at the spotlight.
Ryback beat the WWE Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins this week on Raw, but lost to him on SmackDown. Still though, a victory over the top guy in the company is always important and beneficial to one's placement on this list.
Sheamus may have lost to Randy Orton this week, but his growing presence in the main event picture earned him a spot in this week's top ten
7. New Day
It wasn't a very good week for the tag team champs, but they did main event Raw and had a decent match against Ambrose, Reigns and Jimmy Uso that got cut short by the Wyatt Family.
6. Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns
Ambrose and Reigns picked up a win against the Ascension on Raw. On SmackDown they were ambushed by the Wyatts. I can't wait for their match at Night of Champions.
5. Dudley Boyz
The Dudley Boyz picked up victories on both SmackDown and Raw. They have been steam rolling through the tag division since their return, and show no signs of stopping. Expect to see them wearing the belts at some time in the near future.
4. John Cena
Cena led himself and the Prime Time Players to victory on Raw. Other than that, Super Cena was on the sidelines for all other WWE programming for the week.
3. The Wyatt Family
The Wyatt Family didn't wrestle at all this week, but their presence was felt nonetheless. Their match against Shield 2.0 is going to be a show stopper, as long as creative doesn't throw some screwball ending in there to mess it all up.
2. Seth Rollins
Rollins had a tough night this week on Raw, being defeated twice in one night. He did, however, manage to redeem himself with a win against Ryback in a lumberjack match on SmackDown. I don't undertstand the logic behind making Rollins face all of these impossible odds. It is very strange psychology to present a heel as a scrappy underdog. I am curious to see how things play out going into Night of Champion.
Sting hasn't wrestled since his return, but this week he crushed a statue of Rollins in a garbage truck. While the whole thing is kind of goofy, Sting is a living legend, and I can't wait to see him face off against Rollins at Night of Champions. We are going to see two of the best wrestlers from their respective generations go at it. Sting is in incredible shape for a man approaching 60, and IMO, still has a few awesome matches left before he rides off into the sunset.
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