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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2018 Week 10

SmackDown is stagnant heading into their final pay-per-view

by Owen Douglass | March 09, 2018


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.

The era of single-branded pay-per-views are ending this week, and perhaps this is a good thing. Raw's road to WrestleMania is off and running, while SmackDown is still staying the course towards Fastlane before they can start making moves. Meanwhile NXT kicked off the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic and 205 Live is hinting at a tag team division.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Braun Strowman 7-3-0 5 (+4) 1
2 Goldust 6-3-0 1 (-1) 1
3 Karl Anderson 5-2-0 3 2
4 Dash Wilder 5-3-0 2 (-2) 1
5 Scott Dawson 5-3-0 4 (-1) 3
6 Luke Gallows 4-2-0 6 3
7 Finn Bálor 7-6-0 8 (+1) 1
8 Cesaro 6-5-0 9 (+1) 8
9 Sheamus 6-5-0 10 (+1) 9
10 Brock Lesnar 1-0-0 7 (-3) 7


Goldust was riding on his high horse when he decided to challenge John Cena to a match, and that cost him the top position to Braun Strowman, who won twice due to the Symphony of Destruction and Mixed Match Challenge. The Revival fell to the tag champions, and Brock Lesnar's inactivity has him teetering on the bottom.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Bobby Roode 6-0-0 1 1
2 Harper 4-0-0 2 2
3 Rowan 4-0-0 3 3
4 Shinsuke Nakamura 4-1-1 4 3
5 Jimmy Uso 3-1-0 5 2
6 AJ Styles 5-4-1 6 2
7 Xavier Woods 3-2-0 8 (+1) 7
8 Jey Uso 2-1-0 9 (+1) 7
9 Baron Corbin 3-3-1 7 (-2) 7
10 Big E 2-2-0 10 10


It's kind of sad that despite Fastlane happening this weekend, there isn't much to report from the Blue Brand. Baron Corbin did fall two spots though since he was one of the four men who lost in the main event.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Cedric Alexander 10-0-0 1 1
2 Gran Metalik 9-1-0 2 2
3 Kalisto 7-1-0 3 2
4 Lince Dorado 4-1-0 4 4
5 Akira Tozawa 4-2-0 5 2
6 Mustafa Ali 4-2-0 6 4
7 Hideo Itami 2-1-0 8 (+1) 5
8 Mark Andrews 1-1-0 7 (-1) 6
9 TJP 3-7-0 9 2
10 Drew Gulak 2-6-0 10 9


Hideo Itami got some life injected into his WWE career by being placed in a team with Akira Tozawa, and Mark Andrews was eliminated from the title tournament by Drew Gulak.

Top NXT Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Roderick Strong 4-2-0 1 1
2 Velveteen Dream 3-1-0 2 2
3 Akam 2-1-0 - 3
4 Aleister Black 2-1-0 - 4
5 Andrade "Cien" Almas 2-1-0 5 4
6 Bobby Fish 2-1-0 6 1
7 Kyle O'Reilly 2-1-0 7 2
8 Nick Miller 2-1-0 3 (-5) 1
9 Rezar 2-1-0 - 9
10 Shane Thorne 2-1-0 4 (-6) 2


Fallen off from last week: Alexander Wolfe (8), Buddy Murphy (9), Eric Young (10)

The Authors of Pain made an instant impact in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic by eliminating the undefeated TM61 and earning spots on the Top 10. Aleister Black also quickly returned to the list by defeating Killian Dain to earn a shot at the NXT Championship.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Asuka RAW 11-0-0 1 1
2 Bayley RAW 7-4-0 2 2
3 Bianca Belair NXT 3-0-0 5 (+2) 2
4 Ruby Riott SD 4-2-0 3 (-1) 3
5 Shayna Baszler NXT 3-1-0 4 (-1) 4
6 Nikki Cross NXT 2-0-0 6 4
7 Charlotte Flair SD 3-2-0 7 4
8 Sarah Logan SD 3-2-0 8 3
9 Liv Morgan SD 3-3-0 9 9
10 Lacey Evans NXT 1-1-0 10 10


Bianca Belair continues to get a major push in NXT, though her match wasn't all that impressive this time. Asuka and Bayley both picked up wins on Raw to retain their top positions.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Ariya Daivari RAW 0-11-0 1
2 Tony Nese RAW 0-9-0 2
3 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-7-0 3
4 Mandy Rose RAW 1-7-0 7 (+3)
5 Nia Jax RAW 1-7-0 8 (+3)
6 Aiden English SD 0-5-0 4 (-2)
7 Jack Gallagher RAW 0-5-0 5 (-2)
8 Kevin Owens SD 1-6-1 -
9 Rhyno RAW 1-6-1 -
10 Elias RAW 2-7-0 -


Fallen off from last week: Drew Gulak (6), Sami Zayn (9), Sonya Deville (10)

Drew Gulak's win in the Cruiserweight Championship Tournament was enough to finally get him off the jobber list, while his Cruiserweight pals Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese continue to not have a single win this year. Kevin Owens also found his way back on here after losing again in the main event of SmackDown, and will probably get another loss on Sunday.


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