WWE Power Rankings Top 10 Superstars This Week: #284 - The Sweet Saudi Summary | Smark Out Moment

WWE Power Rankings Top 10 Superstars This Week: #284 - The Sweet Saudi Summary

Posted by Callum Wiggins Saturday, February 29, 2020
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?

Here is the key code for the rankings shorthand when referencing their position in relation to the previous week:

NR = Not included in last week's rankings at all
+ Green = the number of moves up in the rankings compared to last week
- Red = the number of moves down in the rankings compared to last week
Honorable Mentions = five superstars who just barely missed the cut

Power Ranking WWE wrestlers list roster

10. Roman Reigns [NR]

In what we can only hope is their last match for a long time, Roman Reigns defeated Baron Corbin in a Steel Cage Match at Super ShowDown. The Big Dog then challenged the new Universal Champion Goldberg the following night on SmackDown.

9. The Broserweights [-3]

The new NXT Tag Team Champions were not featured on this week's edition of NXT, while we're yet to discover who the next challengers to The Broserweights will be.

8. Brock Lesnar [NR]

Brock Lesnar swatted away Ricochet like a helpless bug at Super ShowDown, finishing off the challenger for his WWE Championship in less than 1 minute and 30 seconds.

7. The Undisputed Era [-2]

Outside of a promo segment, The Undisputed Era were not a part of this week's NXT, although next week Roderick Strong will once again battle Velveteen Dream, this time in a steel cage.

6. Goldberg [NR]

Goldberg became a 2-time Universal Champion at Super ShowDown, defeating The Fiend in a matter of minutes to claim the blue belt. The Hall of Famer will now hold the gold heading into WrestleMania, with a clash against Roman Reigns on the horizon.

5. Charlotte Flair [+4]

The Queen made her triumphant return to NXT this week with a victory over Bianca Belair in Wednesday's main event. Charlotte Flair then set about sending a message to Rhea Ripley by assaulting Belair with a steel chair.

4. Ricochet [-1]

Ricochet's stint as a WWE Championship challenger was fleeting and forgettable. While he earned a win over Luke Gallows on Raw, what everyone was talking about was how Brock Lesnar demolished him in little over a minute at Super ShowDown.

3. Drew McIntyre [-1]

Now his clash with Brock Lesnar is confirmed for WrestleMania 36, we will hopefully see more from Drew McIntyre, who only took part in an interview segment on Raw this week.

2. Rhea Ripley [-1]

The NXT Women's Champion was a little flat-footed in her attempts to prevent Charlotte Flair from assaulting Bianca Belair after their match, as Rhea Ripley now knows what to expect at WrestleMania.

1. Seth Rollins & Buddy Murphy [+3]

The Raw Tag Team Championships were successfully defended at Super ShowDown, as Seth Rollins & Buddy Murphy defeated The Street Profits to maintain The Monday Night Messiah's reigns.


Miz & Morrison - Unlike the Raw belts, the SmackDown Tag Team Championships did change hands, as The Miz & John Morrison overcame The New Day. Although, they did then lose to The Usos the very next night on SmackDown.

Angel Garza - Zelina Vega's client went 2-for-2 this week, as Angel Garza defeated Humberto Carrillo on Raw and at Super ShowDown.

The Boss & Hug Connection - Bayley got the better of Naomi at Super ShowDown, but despite reuniting in the ring with Sasha Banks the next night, their tandem fell short against Naomi and Lacey Evans.

Mansoor - As it was Super ShowDown, it was time for Mansoor to get his obligatory victory in front of his compatriots, on this occasion defeating Dolph Ziggler.

The Undertaker - Albeit he only hit one chokeslam, The Undertaker pinned AJ Styles to win the illustrious Tuwaiq Trophy at Super ShowDown.

Dropped from Last Week's Power Rankings

  • Becky Lynch
  • Keith Lee
  • Naomi

The Power Rankings Table (since WrestleMania 35)

  1. Becky Lynch - 43 weeks (11 weeks as #1)
  2. The New Day - 41 weeks (11 weeks as #1)
  3. Seth Rollins - 40 weeks (4 weeks as #1)
  4. The Undisputed Era - 34 weeks (8 weeks as #1)
  5. Bayley/The Boss & Hug Connection - 31 weeks (6 weeks as #1)
  6. The Viking Raiders - 20 weeks (1 week as #1)
  7. AJ Styles/The O.C. - 16 weeks
  8. The Kabuki Warriors - 15 weeks
  9. Rhea Ripley - 15 weeks (3 weeks as #1)
  10. Brock Lesnar - 15 weeks


Charlotte Flair +4
The Broserweights -3

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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Callum Wiggins hails from Essex in the United Kingdom. He recently graduated from the University of York with a degree in History and has been a fan of professional wrestling since 2002. Outside of wrestling, he is also a fan of Arsenal FC and enjoys video games, darts, and Formula One. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter.


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