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June is finally here, which means Money in the Bank and NXT TakeOver are almost here. This week the final spots in the ladder matches were filled and the card for TakeOver got filled in with some big matches. The rankings didn't change too much though in most categories, but it's better than what we had last week at least.
Top Raw Superstars
|4||Bray Wyatt||10-5-0||6 (+2)||4|
The Deleters of Worlds is the best thing to happen to Bray Wyatt in a long time. His win streak continued as he moved into the top half of the Raw rankings. The Authors of Pain are still missing though, and I'm starting to get worried that we aren't going to see them in a significant role ever on the main roster.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|6||Andrade "Cien" Almas||4-2-0||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Karl Anderson||9-8-0||8 (+1)||6|
|8||Daniel Bryan||4-3-1||6 (-2)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Eric Young (10)
Daniel Bryan had another setback this week when he lost in the Triple Threat to Samoa Joe for the final spot in the Ladder Match, and this caused him to tumble two spots. Eric Young also left the rankings in exchange for Xavier Woods, because he actually shows up on Tuesdays.
|8||The Brian Kendrick||4-2-0||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Mark Andrews||3-2-0||8 (-1)||6|
The Cruiserweights pretty much are keeping the same course, as Cedric Alexander successfully defended his championship and undefeated streak in 2018. The Brian Kendrick won in a tag match on 205 Live as well to move up a spot.
Top NXT Superstars
|8||Kona Reeves||2-0-0||7 (-1)||7|
Fallen off from last week: Velveteen Dream (10)
The War Raiders may not have much of a gimmick right now, but they keep on winning in dominating fashion. EC3 also got his record into the positives for the first time since his debut and moved onto the list for the first time.
Top Female Superstars
|3||Shayna Baszler||NXT||5-1-0||5 (+2)||2|
|4||Ember Moon||RAW||7-4-0||3 (-1)||3|
|5||Bianca Belair||NXT||4-1-0||4 (-1)||2|
|8||Lacey Evans||NXT||3-3-0||9 (+1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: Ruby Riott (8), Dakota Kai (10)
A lot of the Raw women had a loss added to their record this week as a very sloppy Gauntlet Match happened this week. Shayna Baszler moved back up into the Top 3 when she defended her championship against Dakota Kai and broke her so badly that Kai fell back off the list.
|5||Apollo Crews||RAW||5-17-1||6 (+1)|
|6||Heath Slater||RAW||2-13-1||7 (+1)|
|7||Bo Dallas||RAW||2-13-0||8 (+1)|
|8||Curtis Axel||RAW||2-13-0||9 (+1)|
|9||Sami Zayn||RAW||3-14-2||10 (+1)|
|10||Kevin Owens||RAW||4-15-2||5 (-5)|
Kevin Owens has been having a rough 2018, but since qualifying for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match he's been starting to finally win some matches. He got another this week and moved down a surprising five spots, even moving past his friend Sami Zayn. Can he finally escape next week?