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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2017 Week 31

The Summer of Shinsuke is on!

by Owen Douglass | August 04, 2017


Each week, we look through the win-loss records of the WWE Superstars during the year to see who really are the best and worst, if wins and losses actually mattered. You can view more over in our Statistics section. You can also help support us by subscribing to our Patreon.

We are currently in that weird period where we have a few weeks out from a pay-per-view in the WWE, since both brands are building up to SummerSlam. I know that's really dumb to say since this used to be how it always was, but the brand extension has pretty much thrown off the cycle with two events per month. NXT is also announcing matches for TakeOvers, so the shows are getting more focused and less about throwing together things with new talent.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Braun Strowman 11-5-2 1 1
2 Finn Bálor 11-5-0 2 1
3 Jeff Hardy 10-5-0 5 (+2) 1
4 Matt Hardy 10-5-0 6 (+2) 2
5 Dash Wilder 8-3-0 4 (-1) 4
6 Samoa Joe 11-7-1 3 (-3) 1
7 Scott Dawson 7-4-0 7 7
8 Seth Rollins 11-9-1 9 (+1) 8
9 Big Cass 12-11-1 - 9
10 Kalisto 8-7-1 8 (-2) 4


Fallen off from last week: Jason Jordan (10)

Well, so much for that Hardys losing streak breaking them. Their win against The Good Brothers boosted them back up two spots and they're doing some weird "woken" thing. Meanwhile Samoa Joe lost in the "main event" and plummeted while Big Cass made the list after "winning" the actual main event. Raw is weird.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Shinsuke Nakamura 10-4-0 2 (+1) 1
2 Big E 9-4-0 1 (-1) 1
3 Kofi Kingston 8-3-0 4 (+1) 3
4 Xavier Woods 8-3-0 5 (-1) 3
5 Jinder Mahal 15-11-0 6 (+1) 4
6 John Cena 8-4-1 3 (-3) 2
7 AJ Styles 14-12-2 8 (+1) 6
8 Mojo Rawley 7-5-1 7 (-1) 2
9 Randy Orton 10-9-1 9 1
10 Jimmy Uso 8-8-0 10 10


A whole lot of moves happened on the Blue Brand this week, with Shinsuke Nakamura defeating John Cena to get a WWE Championship match at SummerSlam and take the top spot in the rankings. Jinder Mahal also somehow is above John Cena, and AJ Styles "won" his title rematch with Kevin Owens to move up.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Akira Tozawa 20-6-1 1 1
2 Neville 20-8-0 2 1
3 Rich Swann 18-8-0 3 3
4 Cedric Alexander 16-8-0 5 (+1) 4
5 Jack Gallagher 20-13-0 4 (-1) 1
6 Mustafa Ali 15-15-0 6 6
7 TJP 18-20-0 7 4
8 The Brian Kendrick 12-14-0 8 2
9 Gran Metalik 6-8-0 9 6
10 Drew Gulak 8-15-0 10 10


Another slow week in the purple division, with a few wins/losses being nullified by Main Event. However Jack Gallagher disqualifying himself on 205 Live cost him a spot as he fell below Cedric Alexander.

Top NXT Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Aleister Black 9-0-0 2 (+1) 1
2 Rezar 8-0-1 1 (-1) 1
3 Akam 8-1-1 3 1
4 Bobby Roode 6-0-0 4 3
5 Drew McIntyre 6-0-0 5 5
6 The Velveteen Dream 5-0-0 6 6
7 Killian Dain 6-2-1 7 4
8 Alexander Wolfe 5-1-1 8 7
9 Eric Young 5-3-1 9 9
10 Otis Dozovic 4-2-0 10 7


Aleister Black continued his undefeated streak by defeating a debuting Kyle O'Reilly in a really great match. This helped him regain the top spot from The Authors of Pain who used a draw to gain the edge.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Carmella SD 10-4-2 1 1
2 Asuka NXT 6-0-1 2 1
3 Sasha Banks RAW 15-10-0 3 2
4 Naomi SD 10-5-1 4 1
5 Ember Moon NXT 7-3-1 5 5
6 Bayley RAW 13-10-0 7 (+1) 6
7 Sonya Deville NXT 3-0-1 8 (+1) 6
8 Nia Jax RAW 14-12-0 6 (-2) 1
9 Peyton Royce NXT 5-4-1 9 3
10 Vanessa Borne NXT 1-0-0 10 8


Bayley may have been injured in the process, but her countout victory over Nia Jax helped her move up a spot and send Jax crashing down. Sonya Deville also benefited, but her solid victory on NXT definitely helped.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-18-0 1
2 Noam Dar RAW 8-24-0 2
3 Lince Dorado RAW 4-15-0 3
4 Dolph Ziggler SD 5-16-1 4
5 Luke Harper SD 2-11-1 5
6 Primo Colon SD 3-12-0 6
7 Epico Colon SD 4-13-0 7
8 Enzo Amore RAW 5-14-1 8
9 Ariya Daivari RAW 10-19-1 -
10 Tony Nese RAW 13-22-0 9 (-1)


Fallen off from last week: Titus O'Neil (10)

Titus O'Neil seems to be more of a manager than a wrestler, and his inactivity helped pay off as Ariya Daivari pushed him off the jobber list. Oh, and Curt Hawkins lost again.


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