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Survivor Series weekend is finally here, and Raw and SmackDown are ready to go head-to-head in competition. Which means we can stop having them focus on the other brand and get back to competing for the top spot on their own. NXT is also gearing up for their next big special with WarGames, where at least one undefeated superstar will suffer a loss. Let's see where everyone is placed heading into the busy weekend ahead.
Top Raw Superstars
|1||Finn Bálor||18-8-1||2 (+1)||1|
|2||Braun Strowman||18-9-2||1 (-1)||1|
|5||Samoa Joe||13-9-2||6 (+1)||5|
|6||Dean Ambrose||18-15-2||8 (+2)||3|
|8||Matt Hardy||15-12-0||5 (-3)||2|
|9||Brock Lesnar||4-1-0||7 (-2)||5|
Fallen off from last week: Kane (10)
Finn Balor and Samoa Joe both benefited from teaming up in a way-too-long match as they both moved up a spot. The Shield's Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns also benefited from having an easy win heading into the pay-per-view, with Roman Reigns actually being reactivated for rankings.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|5||Jimmy Uso||16-10-0||6 (+1)||3|
|6||Shelton Benjamin||6-0-0||5 (-1)||5|
|9||Jinder Mahal||18-15-0||10 (+1)||3|
|10||Chad Gable||13-10-1||9 (-1)||9|
The Jimmy Uso vs. Chad Gable on SmackDown this week was the only match with an effect on the rankings this week, and the winner moved up a spot and the loser fell a spot.
|6||Gran Metalik||16-12-0||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Jack Gallagher||22-19-0||5 (-2)||1|
|9||The Brian Kendrick||16-21-0||9||2|
Fallen off from last week: Lince Dorado (10)
This is the most movement we've had in the Cruiserweight rankings in a while. Jack Gallagher continues to plummet with his failing new heel gimmick as he went down two spots. Also the Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Amore sneaks his way onto the list despite still being -6 in his win/loss ratio.
Top NXT Superstars
|4||The Velveteen Dream||7-0-0||4||4|
Fallen off from last week: Andrade "Cien" Almas (9), Killian Dain (10)
The man challenging for the NXT Championship this weekend and a man involved in the other main event both fell off the list for the Street Profits, who are not a part of TakeOver. That's pretty much how things are going in NXT lately.
Top Female Superstars
With the main roster women so focused on Survivor Series facing women they haven't been able to compete with, no movement happened here.
|7||The Miz||RAW||10-20-3||8 (+1)|
|8||Bo Dallas||RAW||4-14-0||7 (-1)|
The Intercontinental Champion The Miz finds a way to sink lower than his lackey Bo Dallas. Seems sure seem to be going well with that title. To be fair, the United States Champion is just hovering outside this list too.