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.
We're now on the other side of NXT TakeOver: Chicago and Money in the Bank. So it is officially the summer season in wrestling as the next big event is SummerSlam. But before that, I guess we should start building toward Extreme Rules .
Top Raw Superstars
|8||Bobby Lashley||6-2-0||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Brock Lesnar||3-0-0||8 (-1)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Finn Bálor (10)
Well, shit. This week was the deadline for The Authors of Pain to have a match or get moved off of active tracking, and they showed up on Main Event finally. Dolph Ziggler also moved back onto the list after surprisingly winning the Intercontinental Championship on Raw.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|3||Shinsuke Nakamura||11-4-3||2 (-1)||1|
|6||Daniel Bryan||6-4-1||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Andrade "Cien" Almas||4-2-0||8 (+1)||6|
|8||Xavier Woods||7-6-1||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Alexander Wolfe||2-1-0||10 (+1)||7|
|10||Karl Anderson||10-10-0||6 (-4)||6|
Shinsuke Nakamura fell below The Bludgeon Brothers after they successfully defended their tag titles this week and he failed to win his opportunity at the WWE Championship. Those two defenses also knocked Karl Anderson to the bottom of the list since he was on the losing side of both of them.
|6||Hideo Itami||6-3-1||7 (+1)||5|
|7||Buddy Murphy||5-3-1||6 (-1)||5|
|9||The Brian Kendrick||4-4-0||9||8|
Another slow week for the Cruiserweights, with the only change being Hideo Itami winning the main event on 205 Live and Buddy Murphy being one of the two men he defeated.
Top NXT Superstars
|4||Aleister Black||5-1-0||7 (+3)||2|
|5||Nick Miller||5-2-0||2 (-3)||2|
|6||Shane Thorne||5-2-0||3 (-3)||3|
|7||Lars Sullivan||4-2-1||6 (-1)||2|
There was a TakeOver this week, so of course a lot of things shifted in NXT. War Raiders defeated The Mighty on NXT TV and both teams moved on the list to coincide with this. Similarly, Aleister Black defeated Lars Sullivan at TakeOver to defend his NXT Championship.
Top Female Superstars
|2||Bianca Belair||NXT||6-1-0||3 (+1)||2|
|3||Shayna Baszler||NXT||6-1-0||4 (+1)||2|
|4||Charlotte Flair||SD||11-8-0||2 (-2)||2|
|5||Becky Lynch||SD||10-9-0||6 (+1)||5|
|6||Ruby Riott||RAW||9-8-0||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Nikki Cross||NXT||2-1-0||5 (-2)||4|
Fallen off from last week: Ronda Rousey (10 - "suspended")
Asuka took another loss at Money in the Bank, but she's so far ahead I don't think she'll ever lose the top spot this year. Alexa Bliss was the one to win the women's briefcase and then cashed it in to win the Raw Women's Championship, but her record is still too bad to make the list. However, Ronda Rousey got the win at Money in the Bank by disqualification after Bliss attacked her, but she got "suspended" on Raw for 30 days so she is no longer eligible for active tracking!
|4||Heath Slater||RAW||2-16-1||5 (+1)|
|5||Tony Nese||RAW||4-18-0||4 (-1)|
|8||Sonya Deville||SD||3-14-0||9 (+1)|
|9||Titus O'Neil||RAW||4-14-1||10 (+1)|
Fallen off from last week: Sami Zayn (8 - injured)
Tony Nese is getting wins on Main Event now, so that's weird. Sami Zayn lost his match at Money in the Bank, but unfortunately reports are going out that he's going to be out with an injury for the remainder of the year.