Natalya's comeback has been lackluster and her loss to Paige this week on SmackDown didn't help.
Fandango lost this week to Bo Dallas o Superstars.
23. Zack Ryder
Zach Ryder was defeated by Stardust this week on Main Event.
22. The Miz
Sometimes I forget the Miz is still on the roster. He lost this week to Dolph Ziggler on SmackDown.
21. Becky Lynch
Becky Lynch probably shouldn't be on the list at all, but with so many superstars either taking time off, or grouped together as a tag-team, there was slim pickins' this week to compile this list.
20. The Ascension
The Ascension continue their descent into obscurity. IMO, WWE mishandled these guys from the moment they brought them to the main roster.
Paige had a mixed week. She lost on Raw in tag-team action, but defeated Natalya on SmackDown. She also solidified her role as heel, which works way better for her than how she was presented in the past.
18. Bo Dallas
Bo Dallas picked up a rare victory against Fandango this week on SuperStars.
17. Lucha Dragons
The Lucha Dragons had a week filled with wins this week in both tag-team and singles action.
16. Dudley Boyz
The Dudley Boyz were buried again on Monday Night Raw in 6-man tag action, but picked up a victory alongside Lucha Dragons this Thursday on SmackDown.
Its a shame there isn't more for the artist formally known as Cody, as he is a great worker and always puts on a good match. He picked up a win this week on Main Event.
Charlotte didn't see any singles action this week, but was met with defeat in tag action against Team Bella on Raw.
13. Dolph Ziggler
Ziggler has been on fire lately. Last week he had a great match against Cena, and this week he had two awesome matches on Raw against Big E, and then in the fatal 4-way match for the #1 contendership. Although he isn't #1 contender, I look forward to see what Ziggler does in the coming weeks.
Neville's match with Del Rio on Raw was spectacular. I hope to see him placed in more matches where he can display what an incredible athlete he truly is.
Cesaro has turned up the energy in his style and the fans are responding accordingly. I probably sound like a broken record, but I hope Cesaro starts to win more matches and is presented as a more serious threat on the main roster.
10. Team Bella
Team Bella defeated Team PCB on Raw, proving that they don't need to hold the Diva's Championship to remain at the top of the division.
9. Dean Ambrose
Ambrose only had one match this week on SmackDown in tag action against The Wyatt Family. His team came up short, but Ambrose is steadily building his character each week. I hope to see in the near future a triple threat match for the title between all three members of the Shield.
8. Sheamus, Barrett, Rusev
I would love to see this team solidify into an actual stable. WWE has been playing around with a lot of 3 person teams as of late. It makes me wonder if they are planning some sort of Trios event.
7. New Day
Speaking of 3 person teams, New Day haven't been themselves without Xavier Woods. I can't wait until the trombone plays again.
Its apparent that Kane and Undertaker are going to tag up against the Wyatt's at some point. This is the storyline we've been waiting for since The Wyatt Family Debuted. People bitch and moan about how "they are burying Undertaker at the end of his career", but this storyline is going to unfold into something special.
5. Kevin Owens
Owens' career has been full steam ahead since he stepped foot in a WWE ring. He shows no signs of slowing down either as he bulldozes through the midcard. His matches on Raw this week were spectacular. His match with Cesaro was like watching an ROH main event from a few years ago. People talk a lot about the "WWE" style, but both Owens and Cesaro never lost that raw hybrid style one can only acquire by wrestling all over the world. I hopethat Owens will start being booked in IC Championship matches with guys like Cesaro, Neville, or even Dolph Ziggler.
4. Alberto Del Rio
Del Rio had an awesome match against Neville this Monday on Raw. I've always liked Del Rio, and I think his recent comeback has not only reinvigorated his character, but also made the WWE Universe realize what they were missing while he was gone. Some people may think he is boring, but his work is stiff and clean. He has held 6 world titles throughout his career, including the WWE Championship and World Heavyweight Championship twice apiece. He is also the current AAA Mega Champion in Mexico, which makes him a true international superstar. I hope we continue to see Del Rio booked against guys who can bring out his true talent.
3. Roman Reigns
Reigns has stepped up his game since last year's Royal Rumble/WrestleMania fiasco. His assent to #1 contendership this time around seems a little more organic. With that said, I'm still not %100 sold on Roman Reigns as the next top guy in WWE.
2. Seth Rollins
Rollins is a great champion. How good is he, you ask? He is so good that he took the entire week off yet still deserves one of the top spots on this list.
1. The Wyatt Family
The Wyatt Family have the most interesting storyline going right now. This week, they took down Kane on Raw, and defeated Ambrose, Cesaro, and Ryback on SmackDown. Although their gimmick is over the top, they pull it off with grace. Between the raw talent of this team, and the sheer size and power of each member, they are set to become one of the great stables in pro wrestling history.
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