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WWE and NXT had a big week in Houston, doing four straight nights of shows with TakeOver: War Games, Survivor Series, Raw, and SmackDown. The weird thing is that Survivor Series was all brand vs. brand, so the swings for wins and losses effected a lot of the brand in the same way. Oddly enough, it didn't change much for the women who are all combined into one list.
Top Raw Superstars
|1||Braun Strowman||20-9-2||2 (+1)||1|
|2||Finn Bálor||19-9-1||1 (-1)||1|
|4||Samoa Joe||15-9-2||5 (+1)||4|
|5||Dean Ambrose||20-15-2||6 (+1)||3|
|6||Roman Reigns||20-15-1||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Jason Jordan||20-15-0||4 (-3)||4|
|8||Brock Lesnar||5-1-0||9 (+1)||5|
|10||Matt Hardy||15-13-0||8 (-2)||2|
Raw had a big night at Survivor Series, picking up the big win thanks to Triple H. Jason Jordan was not on the card, which cost him three spots and Matt Hardy lost on the Kickoff to risk falling off in the tenth position.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|1||Jimmy Uso||17-10-0||5 (+4)||1|
|2||Shinsuke Nakamura||15-8-0||1 (-1)||1|
|3||Bobby Roode||11-4-0||2 (-1)||2|
|4||Shelton Benjamin||7-0-0||6 (+2)||4
|5||AJ Styles||22-16-2||3 (-2)||2|
|6||Randy Orton||19-13-1||4 (-2)||1|
|7||Jey Uso||15-11-0||8 (+1)||5|
|8||Jinder Mahal||18-15-0||9 (+1)||3|
|9||Chad Gable||13-10-1||10 (+1)||9
|10||Kofi Kingston||11-8-0||7 (-3)||3|
Every single position shifted this week with no one falling off. But one thing is for certain: SmackDown is the Uso Penitentiary. Jimmy Uso takes the top spot, with his brother moving up a spot as well. You can blame this on Triple H burying everyone on Sunday.
|5||Gran Metalik||17-12-0||6 (+1)||5|
|6||Jack Gallagher||22-19-0||7 (+1)||1|
|9||Enzo Amore||16-21-1||10 (+1)||9|
|10||The Brian Kendrick||16-22-0||9 (-1)||2|
Kalisto once again failed to capture the Cruiserweight Championship so that experiment is pretty much done for now, especially with Hideo Itami on his way. Meanwhile Enzo Amore is slowly climbing as he goes up a spot, even though he still has a losing record.
Top NXT Superstars
|4||The Velveteen Dream||7-1-0||4||4|
|5||Andrade "Cien" Almas||10-5-0||-||5|
|7||Otis Dozovic||7-2-0||6 (-1)||6|
|8||Tucker Knight||7-2-0||7 (-1)||7|
Fallen off from last week: Alexander Wolfe (8)
A week after falling off, Andrade "Cien" Almas jumps right back on in the middle as he won the NXT Championship. It just goes to show how close a lot of the rankings are in NXT currently.
Top Female Superstars
|5||Nia Jax||RAW||20-17-0||8 (+3)||4|
|7||Nikki Cross||NXT||7-5-2||6 (-1)||6|
|8||Sonya Deville||RAW||4-2-1||7 (-1)||4|
As I mentioned at the top, not a whole lot changed with the women's rankings despite all of them being in action this week. Nia Jax is the only one who benefited, even though she was eliminated in the Survivor Series match.
|3||Ariya Daivari||RAW||11-36-1||4 (+1)|
|4||Tony Nese||RAW||15-39-0||3 (-1)|
|6||The Miz||RAW||10-23-3||7 (+1)|
|7||Dolph Ziggler||SD||6-18-1||6 (-1)|
Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese traded spots again, and The Miz moved up one more spot on the list before he is deactivated to go shoot the next Marine movie. It's a shame it looks like he'll end the year so low after being a huge part of both brands for most of it.