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Raw has a pay-per-view this Sunday with Extreme Rules, and their Top 10 isn't much on top of anything. The Cruiserweights are feeling the effects too, but aside from this it's a fairly slow week in statistics.
Top Raw Superstars
|3||Samoa Joe||8-5-0||5 (+2)||2|
|4||Finn Bálor||6-3-0||3 (-1)||2|
|5||Seth Rollins||7-5-1||4 (-1)||3|
|7||Bray Wyatt||7-7-0||6 (-1)||5|
|10||Big Show||3-3-1||9 (-1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: Brock Lesnar (10)
Only the top half of the Top 5 has a positive record on Raw. Of the entire roster, only five of them have someone worked again the 50/50 booking to have more wins than losses. People wonder why Raw's ratings are down and no one is getting over. These numbers clearly show why.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|3||Tye Dillinger||6-4-1||7 (+4)||3|
|4||Big E||6-4-0||3 (-1)||3|
|5||Jey Uso||6-4-0||8 (+3)||4|
|6||Jimmy Uso||6-4-0||9 (+3)||5|
|8||Chad Gable||7-6-0||5 (-3)||1|
|9||Jason Jordan||7-6-0||6 (-3)||2|
Fallen off from last week: Kevin Owens (7)
Not too much going on with SmackDown's rankings this week on a storyline-focused episode. Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Kevin Owens again a tag match and stole his spot on the list, and The New Day finally showed up in the arena. Maybe now they'll actually wrestle.
|6||Cedric Alexander||7-6-0||8 (+2)||6|
|7||The Brian Kendrick||10-10-0||7||2|
|8||Gran Metalik||5-5-0||9 (+1)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Mustafa Ali (10)
Drew Gulak had a pair of wins this week on 205 Live and Main Event, giving him enough to replace his rival Mustafa Ali on the list. Cedric Alexander is also still winning squash matches, so it's no surprise he moved up.
Top NXT Superstars
|8||Otis Dozovic||3-1-0||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Tucker Knight||3-1-0||10 (+1)||9|
|10||The Velveteen Dream||2-0-0||-||10|
Fallen off from last week: Eric Young (8)
Eric Young's stock continues to plummet, and the former #1 has now completely fallen off the list. Meanwhile The Velveteen Dream makes his debut on the list by... not being interviewed.
Top Female Superstars
Literally no one on this list wrestled a match. There wasn't even any women's matches on WWE television this week.
|2||Lince Dorado||RAW||2-12-0||4 (+2)|
|3||Noam Dar||RAW||8-18-0||2 (-1)|
|4||Tony Nese||RAW||9-19-0||3 (-1)|
|5||Baron Corbin||SD||4-12-1||9 (+4)|
|6||Ariya Daivari||RAW||6-14-0||5 (-1)|
|9||Luke Harper||SD||2-9-1||6 (-3)|
|10||Mickie James||RAW||3-10-0||7 (-3)|
Fallen off from last week: Titus O'Neil (8), Dolph Ziggler (10)
Noam Dar is continuing to make his way back down the ladder as Lince Dorado moved up past him on the list. The Miz also made his return after a brief absence, meaning he is likely to win the Intercontinental Championship on Sunday.