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During a week where news broke of WWE securing some crazy TV deals for Raw and SmackDown that is bringing in A LOT of money, it seems like the shows played it safe this week without rocking the boat too much. The majority of the rankings were unchanged, with the exception of the women. The jobber list also saw a bit of an interesting trend.
Top Raw Superstars
|9||Dash Wilder||11-9-0||10 (+1)||1|
Fallen off from last week: Bobby Roode (9)
Not a whole lot happened here, except that The Revival have moved up into the bottom two spots.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|7||Andrade "Cien" Almas||4-2-0||7||7|
|8||Karl Anderson||9-8-0||9 (+1)||6|
|9||Alexander Wolfe||2-1-0||8 (-1)||7|
Fallen off from last week: Jimmy Uso (10)
The Good Brothers defeated The Usos on SmackDown to earn a tag title shot at Money in the Bank, which moved Karl Anderson up a spot and knocked Jimmy Uso off the list. However, SAnitY still hasn't debuted and they've stopped showing videos for them. Are they still on the roster?
|9||The Brian Kendrick||3-2-0||10 (+1)||9|
|10||Akira Tozawa||6-7-1||9 (-1)||2|
Akira Tozawa lost to Hideo Itami in the main event of 205 Live, moving him down to the bottom of the list. Lucha House Party had a rough week too, but they're so far in the green that it didn't change anything.
Top NXT Superstars
|2||Lars Sullivan||4-1-1||3 (+1)||2|
|3||Aleister Black||4-1-0||2 (-1)||2|
|9||Kyle O'Reilly||3-2-0||10 (+1)||4|
|10||Velveteen Dream||3-3-1||9 (-1)||1|
Lars Sullivan defeated both Ricochet and Velveteen Dream in a handicap match, moving Lars ahead of the NXT Champion and putting Dream in a dangerous position at the very bottom of the list.
Top Female Superstars
|3||Ember Moon||RAW||7-4-0||5 (+2)||3|
|4||Bianca Belair||NXT||4-1-0||3 (-1)||2|
|5||Shayna Baszler||NXT||4-1-0||4 (-1)||2|
Fallen off from last week: Kairi Sane (9)
Ember Moon defeated former Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss to give herself a big boost over two NXT ladies. Lacey Evans also punched Kairi Sane so hard in the damn face that she straight-up stole her spot.
|7||Heath Slater||RAW||2-13-1||9 (+2)|
|8||Bo Dallas||RAW||2-13-0||7 (-1)|
|9||Curtis Axel||RAW||2-13-0||8 (-1)|
A handful of the people on this list actually won matches this week, but because of that no one really moved except for The B-Team. Can they keep it going fight their way out of jobber status?