WWE Power Rankings Top 25 Superstars This Week: 11/12/2107 | Smark Out Moment

WWE Power Rankings Top 25 Superstars This Week: 11/12/2107

Posted by Wes Keefer Sunday, November 12, 2017
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?

Power Ranking WWE wrestlers list roster

25. Kurt Angle

Angle, a man who may only have a few days left on the job, is doing as much as he can, including booking Strowman in the main event against The Miz.

24. Jinder Mahal

The inevitable has finally occurred when AJ Styles beat Mahal for the WWE Championship on SmackDown. He remains on the rankings for now until we figure out what is next for the former jobber-turned-champ.

23. Enzo Amore
Enzo defeated Tyler Bate on 205, but not before Pete Dunn debuted on Raw and destroyed the Cruiserweight Champion.

22. Shane McMahon

McMahon continued his hatred for Raw by blaming them for the attack on Daniel Bryan and sent The New Day into enemy territory to even the playing field.

21. Velveteen Dream

Dream was aggressive in his match against Cezar Bononi in order to send a message to Aleister Black.

20. Kalisto

Kalisto was victorious on 205 and served as a nice distraction in Amore's brawl with Dunn.

19. Becky Lynch

The SmackDown Women's captain for Survivor Series was finally able to put her hands on James Ellsworth, locking him in a submission.

18. Alicia Fox

Fox lost to Sasha Banks in a tag match, but was still impressed enough to give her a spot on her Survivor Series team. Rumors of Paige being the final member is another good sign for Fox.

17. Randy Orton

He didn't throw many punches, but a RKO killed Rusev's shot for the Survivor Series team.

16. Banks and Bayley

The duo beat Fox and Jax in tag action and Sasha was good enough to snag a spot on Team Fox as Bayley is still lost in the mix.

15. Jason Jordan

JJ seems to have ended his feud with Elias on a high note (pun intended). He will be able to focus more on Survivor Series and trying to not look like a bust pick.

14. Kairi Sane

Sane defeated Billie Kay in a taste of what we can expect at War Games. The title match should be a must-see.

13. Pete Dunn

The Bruiserweight showed off why he got the nickname when he dismantled Amore on his Raw debut.

12. Asuka

Asuka ran over another Jane Doe on Raw. She will continue to drop in the rankings despite victories unless she beats a formidable opponent.

11. The Shield

Dean and Seth fought hard in their title match, but The New Day's interference cost them the match and the belts. This will give more bad blood for the 3-on-3 match at Survivor Series which features a returning Reigns.

10. The Miz

Miz's mouth is getting him in more and more trouble with GM Kurt Angle. He was booked against Strowman, which ended in a no-contest when Kane attacked The Monster. He was at least able to get in some cheap shots with Strowman downed.

9. Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable

Shelton and Chad had the upper hand midway through the match, but Jey Uso was counted out and allowed the champions to retain.

8. Finn Balor

Balor's match with Samoa Joe ended in a double count-out, but his resilience rewarded him a spot on the Survivor Series team...along side Joe.

7. Samoa Joe

Samoa Joe had to be pulled off Titus O'Neil and his open challenge was answered by Finn Balor. The hard-fought match ended in a double count-out and with Joe having to be pulled off someone else. He will be a solid piece for Angle's team, if he doesn't attack his teammates first.

6. John Cena

The "free agent" has been signed once more, being named the last member of McMahon's SmackDown squad for Survivor Series.

5. The New Day

The New Day infiltrated Raw on their own and cost The Shield their tag team titles. They may regret it, having ticked off two of the most dangerous men on Raw.

4. The Bar

Sheamus and Cesaro were victorious in regaining their titles from Ambrose and Rollins, with help from some distractions from The New Day. Interference or not, they were worthy of the belts.

3. AJ Styles

The WWE Universe erupted at SmackDown when Styles pinned Mahal to win the WWE Championship.

2. Kane

Kane got some taste of his own medicine when Braun was able to strike back.

1. Braun Strowman

Strowman was moments from pinning The Miz, but Kane interrupted him again. He was able to get some offense in on his new rival, but was ambushed and overpowered in the end.

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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