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.
This week the WWE visited Toronto, but now everyone is injured. Bayley was ruled out of her SummerSlam title shot, and The Revival have now thrown out the plans for the tag division that didn't involve the titles. Plus NXT focused on story for TakeOver while focusing on newer talent.
Top Raw Superstars
|5||Samoa Joe||11-7-1||6 (+1)||1|
|7||Big Cass||12-11-1||9 (+2)||7|
Fallen off from last week: Dash Wilder (5 - out with Dawson), Scott Dawson (7 - injured), Kalisto (10)
The Top Guys are out, and Kalisto continues to lose on Main Event. This opened up three spots on the list, and Brock Lesnar is now back just before his SummerSlam title defense. Jason Jordan also continues to upset everyone and win jobber matches as he debuts at the 6 spot.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|5||John Cena||8-4-1||6 (+1)||2|
|6||Jinder Mahal||15-12-0||5 (-1)||4|
|8||Randy Orton||11-9-1||9 (+1)||1|
|9||Mojo Rawley||7-5-1||8 (-1)||2|
The main event of SmackDown this week as super terrible and made no sense. Oddly enough, it's also the only thing that made an impact on the rankings this week. A cold Randy Orton moved up a spot while WWE Champion Jinder Mahal fell behind John Cena again. This is totally normal with SummerSlam next week.
|4||Jack Gallagher||20-13-0||5 (+1)||1|
|5||Cedric Alexander||16-9-0||4 (-1)||4|
|8||The Brian Kendrick||12-14-0||8||2|
Jack Gallagher and Cedric Alexander swaps spots, because... reasons? This seems to keep happening.
Top NXT Superstars
|6||The Velveteen Dream||5-0-0||6||6|
This week's episode of NXT was focused mostly on promos to promote TakeOver Brooklyn III. The matches that did go down were to showcase newer talent, such as Street Profits! You should keep an eye on Montez Ford.
Top Female Superstars
|2||Sasha Banks||RAW||16-10-0||3 (+1)||2
|6||Nia Jax||RAW||15-12-0||8 (+2)||1|
|8||Peyton Royce||NXT||5-4-1||9 (+1)||3|
|9||Vanessa Borne||NXT||1-0-0||10 (+1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: Bayley (6 - injured)
With Bayley out with an injury, four Raw women lost in two Triple Threats to determine a #1 Contender match next week. The two winners, Sasha Banks and Nia Jax, moved up in the rankings this week. Oh, and it should be noted Carmella, who is in the top spot, defeated the SmackDown Women's Champion in a non-title match.
|5||Enzo Amore||RAW||5-15-1||8 (+3)|
|6||Ariya Daivari||RAW||10-20-1||9 (+3)|
|7||Luke Harper||SD||2-11-1||5 (-2)|
|8||Primo Colon||SD||3-12-0||6 (-2)|
|9||Epico Colon||SD||4-13-0||7 (-2)|
Fallen off from last week: Tony Nese (10)
Enzo Amore and Ariya Daivari are both getting a lot of attention on Raw (and 205 Live for Daivari), but unfortunately it doesn't mean they're winning matches. Both moved up three spots to dig themselves deeper into the jobber hole.