WWE Power Rankings Top 10 Superstars This Week: #285 - The Build To Elimination Lame-ber | Smark Out Moment
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. Goldberg [-4]

As to be expected after capturing the Universal Championship at Super ShowDown, Goldberg's appearances will be sporadic leading up to his WrestleMania match with Roman Reigns.

9. Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode [NR]

With their victory in SmackDown's Tag Team Gauntlet, Dolph Ziggler & Robert Roode will enter the Elimination Chamber match last on Sunday's PPV.

8. Riddick Moss [NR]

The 24/7 Champion maintained his grasp on the title on Monday, as Riddick Moss successfully defended in a match against the last challenger to the WWE Championship, Ricochet.

7. Charlotte Flair [-2]

Charlotte Flair wasn't featured on Raw this week as the countdown to her NXT Women's Championship match with Rhea Ripley at WrestleMania continues.

6. Ricochet [-2]

From being number one contender to the WWE Championship, to jobbing out to 24/7 Champion Riddick Moss on Raw, this past week has seen a massive tumble down the card for Ricochet.

5. The Street Profits [NR]

Thanks in no small part to some outside assistance by Kevin Owens, The Street Profits made it second-time lucky against Seth Rollins & Murphy, defeating them for the Raw Tag Team Championships.

4. The Undisputed Era [+3]

It was 2 for 2 on Wednesday night for The Undisputed Era. Kyle O'Reilly & Bobby Fish defeated Oney Lorcan & Danny Burch in a tag team war, before Roderick Strong beat The Velveteen Dream in a Steel Cage match.

3. Rhea Ripley [-1]

Like her rival Charlotte Flair, Rhea Ripley didn't appear on NXT this week outside of a video package hyping their upcoming match at WrestleMania.

2. Seth Rollins & Murphy [-1]

The Raw Tag Team Champions are no longer in the possession of The Monday Night Messiah, as Seth Rollins & Murphy fell to The Street Profits on Raw.

1. Drew McIntyre [+2]

While he wasn't featured in a match, Drew McIntyre made a major impact on Raw. Following a staredown with WWE Champion Brock Lesnar, McIntyre left him laying 3 times with devastating Claymore Kicks.


Heavy Machinery - Although they couldn't quite win SmackDown's Tag Team Gauntlet, Heavy Machinery outlasted The New Day, Lucha House Party, The Usos and Miz & Morrison.

Shayna Baszler - In her debut match on Raw, Shayna Baszler defeated one half of the Women's Tag Team Champions Kairi Sane in an entertaining match.

The Boss & Hug Connection - Bayley & Sasha Banks rectified last week's defeat to Naomi and Lacey Evans by defeating them in a tag team rematch on SmackDown.

Dakota Kai - Thanks to a big assist by Racquel Gonzalez and the cage door, Dakota Kai won her Steel Cage match with Tegan Nox on NXT.

Randy Orton - Randy Orton was the lynchpin of Raw's best segment this week, cutting an excellent promo before nailing an RKO on Edge's wife Beth Phoenix.

Dropped from Last Week's Power Rankings

  • Brock Lesnar
  • The Broserweights
  • Roman Reigns

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 - 41 weeks (4 weeks as #1)
  4. The Undisputed Era - 35 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. Rhea Ripley - 16 weeks (3 weeks as #1)
  8. AJ Styles/The O.C. - 16 weeks
  9. The Kabuki Warriors - 15 weeks
  10. Brock Lesnar - 15 weeks


The Undisputed Era +3
Goldberg -4

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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