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.
No Mercy has come and gone, and Raw feels the impact of it despite being a not very good show. SmackDown continues to be defined by its tag title picture, and NXT is starting to mix things up as they have a TakeOver on the horizon. It's still a ways off though.
Top Raw Superstars
|1||Finn Bálor||15-7-0||3 (+2)||1|
|3||Seth Rollins||17-12-1||5 (+2)||3
|4||Matt Hardy||13-9-0||6 (+2)||2|
|8||Dash Wilder||8-6-0||7 (-1)||7|
|9||Bray Wyatt||12-11-0||8 (-1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: John Cena (1 - Hollywood), Jeff Hardy (7 - injured), Samoa Joe (9 - injured)
We did some cleanup this week, with John Cena apparently going away, Samoa Joe still being out, and Jeff Hardy now going out for surgery. That opens the door for big debuts by Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. Aren't you excited to see those two fight again?! Please be excited.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|4||Jimmy Uso||14-9-0||6 (+2)||4
|5||Big E||11-6-0||4 (-1)||1|
|6||Kofi Kingston||10-5-0||5 (-1)||3|
|7||Jey Uso||13-9-0||9 (+2)||5|
|8||Jinder Mahal||17-14-0||7 (-1)||3|
|9||Randy Orton||14-11-1||8 (-1)||1|
The Usos and New Day continue to be the ones to shift the rankings on SmackDown, as The Usos both move up two spots. Bobby Roode has been costing in the top 3 while he's not been wrestling for the past few weeks, but that will change next weekend as he makes his main roster pay-per-view debut against Dolph Ziggler.
|9||The Brian Kendrick||15-18-0||9||2|
Nothing changed in the Cruiserweight division rankings-wise, but Enzo Amore won the championship and now everyone wants to kick his ass. So there's that.
Top NXT Superstars
|6||The Velveteen Dream||5-0-0||6||6|
|8||Otis Dozovic||6-2-0||9 (+1)||7|
|9||Tucker Knight||6-2-0||10 (+1)||9|
Fallen off from last week: Eric Young (8)
Eric Young lost to the debuting Adam Cole (Bay Bay), which was enough to knock him off the list. Heavy Machinery won to solidify their move up while Angelo Dawkins paves the way for Street Profits to start making moves.
Top Female Superstars
|4||Sonya Deville||NXT||4-0-1||5 (+1)||4
|5||Nia Jax||RAW||18-15-0||3 (-2)||1|
Nia Jax may have had her best match ever at No Mercy, but she still lost. And then she lost again on Raw, so it wasn't really a good week for her overall. She fell two spots to Carmella (who also lost this week) and Sonya Deville (who wasn't active).
|3||Tony Nese||RAW||14-32-0||4 (+1)|
|4||Ariya Daivari||RAW||11-28-1||3 (-1)|
|7||Bo Dallas||RAW||4-14-0||9 (+2)|
|8||Luke Harper||SD||2-11-1||7 (-1)|
|9||Primo Colon||SD||3-12-0||8 (-1)|
Tony Nese and Ariya Daivari continue to trade places, while Bo Dallas makes a big 2-spot jump over two inactive people. Seriously, where are Luke Harper and The Colons?