25. Zack Ryder
As usual, Zack Ryder gets an A for effort, coming in at #25 for an appearance this week on SmackDown where he got taken out by Kevin Owens.
24. Adam Rose
THis was a tough week for Adam Rose as he lost against both Jack Swagger and Ryback on SuperStars and Main Event, respectively.
Fandango was beat twice by Stardust this week, but two appearances for Fandango is enough to earn him a spot on the rankings.
22. Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas is my favorite "enhancement talent" in WWE. He made an appearance on SmackDown, only to get dismantled in a match against Roman Reigns.
21. Jack Swagger
Jack Swagger picked up a rare victory on SuperStars against Adam Rose.
20. Prime Time Players
he Prime Time Players continue their slow decline into obscurity with a loss against Strowman and Harper on SmackDown.
Its hard to believe that last year at this point Rusev was an undefeated beast. Now his character has been decimated with this ridiculous love triangle storyline.
Charlotte gained a victory on SmackDown against Alicia Fox, but came up short on Raw in tag action against Team Bella.
Neville is yet another example of an extremely talented wrestler who hasn't really been given anything to work with since his arrival on the Main Roster. He lost twice this week in tag action with Cesaro.
Stardust defeated Fandango twice this week on Main Event and SuperStars.
Cesaro lost twice this week in tag action against Sheamus and Barrett. Despite international support,
14. Team Bella
Team Bella had a great week in tag-team wrestling, scoring 2 victories on Raw and Main Event.
13. King Barrett
Its good to see Barrett start picking up victories again. Building him as a serious heel will only serve to enhance the midcard division.
Sheamus has been on top of his game lately. Love him or hate him, he has honed his stiff brawler style to perfection and continues to clutch onto the MITB contract. We we see Sheamus as champ again? I doubt it, but anything could happen when the MITB is involved.
Ryback has grown on me through the years. Every wrestling promotion needs a classic musclehead like Ryback, and his popularity with the younger fans shows why. The Big Guy is on a crash course with Kevin Owens at Hell in a Cell, and while I am excited for this match, I wouldn't expect it to be 5-Star.
The good ol' Dudley Boyz are chasing after the Tag-Team Championships and giving us a slew of good matches as the hunt. This Sunday, I suspect they will win the belts in what should be a show stealing tag-team match against the New Day.
9. Dolph Ziggler
Dolph Ziggler reminded everyone last Monday why he was "The Showoff" by nearly defeating Cena for the U.S. Championship. Hopefully this is a good omen of things to come for Ziggler.
8. Kevin Owens
Kevin Owens is the best IC Champ the WWE has had in a while. He continues to decimate anyone else in the division and seems to be have shaken the NXT curse.
7. The Wyatt Family
The Wyatt Family continues there feud with Ambrose, Reigns, and Orton. They are one of the most interesting stables in all of wrestling today, and this extended feud is already a classic in the annals of WWE.
6. Ambrose, Reigns, Orton
Orton and Ambrose's mic work on Raw was nothing short of phenomenal. They are two badass loners who are teaming up out of necessity, not choice. It's a classic wrestling motif and they are pulling it off with grace. Reigns feud with Wyatt is coming to a boiling point and it should be a good match at Hell in A Cell. (Although I would have rather seen Ambrose in Reigns' position.)
5. New Day
New Day gained a victory against Ambrose and Orton on Raw, but came up short against Ambrose and the Dudleys on SmackDown. These guys get better every week, and are bringing some new life to the division.
4. John Cena
Cena had another great open challenge match against Dolph Ziggler. As usual, Cena delivered with the best match of Raw this week, and retained his title against Ziggler.
3. Brock Lesnar and Undertaker
We haven't seen the Dead Man since SummerSlam, but Heyman and Lesnar have been keeping attention around the feud by cutting promos and squashing The Big Show. Undertaker and Lesnar are barreling full steam ahead towards Hell in a Cell, where one of the greatest rivalries of the modern era will be decided once and for all.
2. Seth Rollins
Rollins has held down the heavyweight division for the better part of a 2015. This past week he received attention on ESPN for his upcoming match at Hell in a Cell. Its always good for the business when wrestling is given coverage in the real world.
Kane defeated the WWE Champion Seth Rollins in a lumberjack match on Raw. I doubt Kane will win the title at Hell in a Cell, but I am really enjoying his split personality character and am glad to see a veteran like Kane get a good push.
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