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 with Pete Dunne entering and advancing in the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic, we finally decided that the WWE is never going to do an actual United Kingdom division and will begin moving those superstars into NXT rankings. The rest of the WWE was also wild this week, but unfortunately none of it effected the rankings... so far.
Top Raw Superstars
|5||Dash Wilder||6-4-0||7 (+2)||1|
|6||Scott Dawson||6-4-0||8 (+2)||3|
|7||Luke Gallows||5-3-0||9 (+2)||3|
|9||Brock Lesnar||1-0-0||10 (+1)||7|
Cesaro attempted to take down the top positioned Braun Strowman on Raw, and it resulted in him getting those hands and plummeting five spots. It hurt so bad that Sheamus even dropped. I guess it also helps that the two people that jumped him picked up victories.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|2||Bobby Roode||7-2-0||1 (-1)||1|
|3||Shinsuke Nakamura||6-1-1||4 (+1)||3|
|6||Xavier Woods||3-2-1||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Jey Uso||2-1-1||8 (+1)||7|
|9||Tyler Breeze||2-1-0||10 (+1)||9|
Fallen off from last week: Jimmy Uso (6)
Harper's singles victory over Jimmy Uso earned him the top position on SmackDown, but the loss caused Uso to go from sixth to completely off the list. This even opened the door for Baron Corbin to sneak onto the list, who got a sloppy win over Tye Dillinger.
|5||Lince Dorado||5-2-1||6 (+1)||4|
|6||Mustafa Ali||5-2-0||7 (+1)||4|
|7||Hideo Itami||4-1-1||5 (-2)||5|
|10||Drew Gulak||2-7-0||9 (-1)||9|
Mustafa Ali punched his ticket to WrestleMania, but at the expense of Drew Gulak who moved back down to the tenth position. Lince Dorado and Hideo Itami competed to a no contest officially in their 205 Live match, so it made their moves this week a bit odd. Ties tend to do that.
Top NXT Superstars
|2||Roderick Strong||5-3-0||4 (+2)||1|
|3||Velveteen Dream||3-1-0||1 (-2)||1|
|4||Alexander Wolfe||2-0-0||2 (-2)||2|
|5||Eric Young||2-0-0||3 (-2)||3|
|7||Aleister Black||2-1-0||6 (-1)||4|
|8||Andrade "Cien" Almas||2-1-0||7 (-1)||4|
|9||Bobby Fish||2-1-0||8 (-1)||1|
|10||Kyle O'Reilly||2-1-0||9 (-1)||2|
Fallen off from last week: Nick Miller (10)
With the UK superstars now qualifying for NXT rankings, it was easy for UK Champion Pete Dunne to instantly take the top spot. His tag team partner Roderick Strong also moved up into the second position while pushing the rest of the list down.
Top Female Superstars
|2||Bianca Belair||NXT||3-0-0||4 (+2)||2|
|4||Charlotte Flair||SD||5-3-0||3 (-1)||3|
Fallen off from last week: Sasha Banks (9), Liv Morgan (10)
Bianca Belair benefited from Bayley and Charlotte Flair losing this week. But Bayley's partner Sasha Banks got the worst of it as she fell off the list along with Liv Morgan, being replaced with two NXT superstars. Oddly enough, NXT now hold half of the spots in the Top 10.
|4||Bo Dallas||RAW||0-6-0||9 (+5)|
|5||Curtis Axel||RAW||0-6-0||10 (+5)|
|6||Kevin Owens||SD||1-7-1||4 (-2)|
|10||Aiden English||SD||0-5-0||8 (-2)|
Fallen off from last week: Mandy Rose (6), Sonya Deville (7)
The Miztourage jumped up big with their loss to the Balor Club on Raw, but the big story is Rusev is now on the list. As one of the most over acts in the WWE, this is a clear sign that they are refusing to let him keep any momentum. Even on Rusev Day!