This set ranges from Monday (November 13) and to Sunday (November 19). This means that all the results and highlights from this week’s Raw, NXT, AEW Dynamite, SmackDown, AEW Rampage, and AEW Collision, as well as AEW’s Full Gear PPV will all play a factor in the rankings.
WWE TOP 10 POWER RANKINGS:
10. The Street Profits (NR)
With a triple threat victory on SmackDown, the Street Profits will now challenge The Judgment Day for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship on the Go-Home show before SmackDown. Don’t be too shocked if a title change happens on Friday night.
9. Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo (NR)
In a surprising win, the NXT Tag Team Championship changed hands as D’Angelo and Stacks regained the belts for the second time.
8. The Miz (+2)
The Miz mocked Gunther and battled to a victory against Ivar on Raw. He will challenge Gunther at Survivor Series this Saturday.
7. Shinsuke Nakamura (NR)
Nakamura continues to reference CM Punk and by the end of the week, we could very well be talking about Nakamura being the top story in all of wrestling. For now though, a win over Otis will suffice.
6. Drew McIntyre (NR)
McIntyre’s impending heel turn finally came into fruition on Raw. McIntyre sided with The Judgment Day and made his presence known by interfering in the tag team title match. This heel turn is exactly what McIntyre needed and hopefully this elevates him back into a consistent world title superstar.
5. Gunther (-1)
The Intercontinental Champion was mocked by The Miz this week. Gunther defends his title against The Miz at Survivor Series and it is expected that Gunther will once again (and should) retain his championship.
4. Sami Zayn (+2)
Zayn teamed with Rollins to beat JD McDonagh and Dominik Mysterio on this week’s Raw. Zayn’s feud with The Judgment Day has been LONG, and hopefully WarGames is the capper so that Zayn can move on to other things (hopefully a program with Gunther).
3. Seth Rollins
A tag team win for the World Heavyweight Champion was put in the back picture after the anticipated heel turn later on in the night on Raw.
2. Damage CTRL (-1)
Things looked great for Damage CTRL heading into Survivor Series. They had the numbers advantage over the babyfaces until Becky Lynch joined the fray to Damage CTRL’s opposition.
1. The Judgment Day (+1)
The Judgment Day continue to get stronger. Not only is McIntyre on their side, most likely going to be added to their anticipated WarGames match at Survivor Series, but Damian Priest and Finn Balor also successfully defended their Undisputed Tag Team Championship against Cody Rhodes and Jey Uso. Plus, McDonagh is officially a full time member of The Judgment Day. Also, keep an eye out on Priest calling himself “the leader” of The Judgment Day. I expect family in fighting to heat up again before the end of the year.
AEW TOP 10 POWER RANKINGS:
10. Eddie Kingston (NR)
The AEW Continental Classic just got more interesting as Kingston will not only be in the tournament, but proclaimed that the winner will become the first AEW Triple Crown Champion by taking his ROH World Championship and his NJPW Strong Openweight Championship. Meanwhile, Kingston retained his ROH title over Jay Lethal on the Zero Hour of Full Gear.
9. Kris Statlander (-2)
Statlander may not be the TBS Champion anymore, but she was not pinned, so a rematch for the title will most likely happen. And after that, hopefully, Statlander pushes forward to the main event scene of the women’s division.
8. Big Bill and Ricky Starks (NR)
The AEW Tag Team titles stayed where they started at Full Gear, as Bill and Starks retained in a fun and explosive ladder match.
7. Samoa Joe (+1)
Joe teamed up with MJF to “retain” the ROH Tag Team titles on the Zero Hour show. Joe’s program with MJF continues to show it has legs and should lead to another title match down the line.
6. “Timeless” Toni Storm (NR)
The AEW Women’s World Championship is simply…timeless. Storm became champion for the third time, defeating Hikaru Shida to capture the title. This character, whilst has its flaws, is working with most, and with Moriah May’s involvement now, this title reign of Storm’s may last quite some time. Hopefully it’s a success and sets the women’s division in AEW up for success.
5. The Golden Jets (NR)
Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega stole The Young Bucks tag team title shot by defeating The Bucks at Full Gear. Jericho and Omega are a fun pairing and it would not shocked anyone if the two decorated stars become tag team champions.
4. Julia Hart (+1)
The new TBS Champion is Hart. The young upstart has continued to improve and is very deserving of this title win. She pinned Skyy Blue so her feud with Statlander will probably continue, and the story of her brainwashing Blue should continue on too.
3. Orange Cassidy
The AEW International Championship is still around the shoulder of Cassidy. I’m glad that Cassidy retained as not only did Jon Moxley not need to win, but Cassidy has continuously done great things with the title. He gives the belt prestige and hopefully this run with the title is another thumbs up.
2. MJF (+2)
MJF somehow managed to remain a double champ. First, he retained the ROH Tag Team Titles, and then the AEW World title in the main event of Full Gear against Jay White. An injury angle was done on the Zero Hour, which prompted an injured Adam Cole to step in. However, MJF returned and managed to fight it out, grinding his way to another retainment. The story was frankly all over the place at Full Gear, but the story remains the same…MJF is still the man in AEW.
1. Mogul Embassy (+1)
A star was born at Full Gear. Point blank, Swerve Strickland should be a AEW World Champion next year. He has been fantastic in this role and Mogul Embassy as a whole (mostly Prince Nana) has been a delight on TV. Strickland’s win over Adam Page in the Texas Death Match was fun, scary, shocking, but most importantly, a win that should set Strickland up for great success in the neat future.
Top 20 Combo Power Rankings (WWE and AEW):
20. The Street Profits (NR)
19. Eddie Kingston (NR)
18. Kris Statlander (-5)
17. Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo (NR)
16. The Miz (+2)
15. Shinsuke Nakamura (NR)
14. Big Bill and Ricky Starks (NR)
13. Samoa Joe (+4)
12. Drew McIntyre (NR)
11. Gunther (-3)
10. “Timeless” Toni Storm (NR)
9. Sami Zayn (+2)
8. Seth Rollins (-2)
7. The Golden Jets (NR)
6. Julia Hart (+3)
5. Orange Cassidy
4. Damage CTRL (-3)
3. MJF (+4)
2. Mogul Embassy (+2)
1. The Judgment Day (+2)
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The Ultimate Power Rankings are a weekly feature that ranks the top performers in both WWE and AEW based on their recent performances and storylines. This article will provide an overview of the latest rankings and highlight some of the notable wrestlers who have moved up or down the list.
In the WWE Top 10 Power Rankings, the Street Profits made their debut at number 10 after a triple threat victory on SmackDown. They will now challenge The Judgment Day for the Undisputed Tag Team Championship. Tony D’Angelo and Channing “Stacks” Lorenzo also made their debut at number 9 after regaining the NXT Tag Team Championship.
The Miz moved up two spots to number 8 after mocking Gunther and defeating Ivar on Raw. Shinsuke Nakamura entered the rankings at number 7 with a win over Otis. Drew McIntyre, who recently turned heel, also made his debut at number 6 after interfering in the tag team title match on Raw.
Gunther dropped one spot to number 5 after being mocked by The Miz. Sami Zayn moved up two spots to number 4 after teaming with Seth Rollins to defeat JD McDonagh and Dominik Mysterio. Seth Rollins, the World Heavyweight Champion, remained at number 3 despite a tag team win.
Damage CTRL dropped one spot to number 2 after Becky Lynch joined the fray against them. The Judgment Day claimed the top spot after Damian Priest and Finn Balor successfully defended their Undisputed Tag Team Championship and McIntyre joined their ranks.
In the AEW Top 10 Power Rankings, Eddie Kingston entered the list at number 10 after retaining his ROH World Championship and proclaiming that the winner of the AEW Continental Classic will become the first AEW Triple Crown Champion. Kris Statlander dropped two spots to number 9 after losing the TBS Championship.
Big Bill and Ricky Starks made their debut at number 8 after retaining the AEW Tag Team titles in a ladder match. Samoa Joe moved up one spot to number 7 after teaming up with MJF to “retain” the ROH Tag Team titles. “Timeless” Toni Storm entered the rankings at number 6 after winning the AEW Women’s World Championship for the third time.
The Golden Jets made their debut at number 5 after defeating The Young Bucks at Full Gear. Julia Hart moved up three spots to number 6 after winning the TBS Championship. Orange Cassidy remained at number 3 as the AEW International Champion.
MJF moved up two spots to number 2 after retaining both the ROH Tag Team titles and the AEW World title. Mogul Embassy claimed the top spot after Swerve Strickland’s win over Adam Page in the Texas Death Match.
Finally, the article concludes with a Top 20 Combo Power Rankings, which combines both WWE and AEW wrestlers. The Judgment Day claimed the top spot, followed by Mogul Embassy and MJF.
Overall, the Ultimate Power Rankings provide a comprehensive look at the top performers in both WWE and AEW, showcasing their recent accomplishments and storylines.