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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2018 Week 27

Kevin Owens is having a crappy year

by Owen Douglass | July 06, 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.

This week was Canada Day and the 4th of July, so WWE kind of went on cruise control for the holiday week. However, there were a surprising amount of shifts in the rankings on all of the main roster categories. However, the one change in NXT is infuriating.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Braun Strowman 23-7-0 1 1
2 Matt Hardy 14-6-0 2 2
3 Akam 10-2-1 3 3
4 Rezar 10-2-1 4 4
5 Seth Rollins 17-11-0 6 (+1) 3
6 Bray Wyatt 11-5-0 5 (-1) 3
7 Bobby Lashley 7-3-0 8 (+1) 7
8 Drew McIntyre 6-2-0 7 (-1) 6
9 Brock Lesnar 3-0-0 9 6
10 Jinder Mahal 11-10-0 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Dash Wilder (10)

Roman Reigns is thankfully not on this list yet, but he still impacted the Raw rankings this week. He was in two tag matches, and after winning both his partners Seth Rollins and Bobby Lashley both moved up a spot. Also Jinder Mahal is here for some reason.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Harper 12-2-0 1 1
2 Rowan 10-1-0 2 2
3 AJ Styles 13-6-4 4 (+1) 2
4 Shinsuke Nakamura 11-4-3 3 (-1) 1
5 Jeff Hardy 9-3-0 5 5
6 Daniel Bryan 8-4-1 6 6
7 Andrade "Cien" Almas 4-2-0 7 6
8 Karl Anderson 10-10-0 9 (+1) 6
9 Jimmy Uso 7-7-1 8 (-1) 8
10 Xavier Woods 7-7-1 10 8


AJ Styles took a bite out of Shinsuke Nakamura's lead on him in the rankings by easily defeating Aiden English on SmackDown. Jimmy Uso fell a spot after losing in a fun main event to Team Hell No, failing to earn a spot in the tag title match at Extreme Rules.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Cedric Alexander 18-0-0 1 1
2 Gran Metalik 17-5-1 2 2
3 Lince Dorado 13-6-2 3 3
4 Mustafa Ali 11-6-1 5 (+1) 4
5 Kalisto 13-9-0 4 (-1) 2
6 Hideo Itami 6-3-2 6 5
7 Noam Dar 2-0-0 9 (+2) 7
8 Buddy Murphy 5-4-1 7 (-1) 5
9 The Brian Kendrick 5-4-0 8 (-1) 8
10 Akira Tozawa 9-9-1 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Mark Andrews (10)

Noam Dar returned to 205 Live this week after making a surprise appearance during the UK Championship Tournament shows, and after another win moved up two spots. Akira Tozawa also returned to the list after leaving last week since he won a squash match.

Top NXT Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Pete Dunne 9-1-1 1 1
2 Aleister Black 6-1-0 2 2
3 Hanson 5-0-0 3 2
4 Rowe 5-0-0 4 3
5 Nick Miller 5-2-0 5 2
6 Shane Thorne 5-2-0 6 3
7 Kona Reeves 3-0-0 7 7
8 Lars Sullivan 4-2-1 8 2
9 Ricochet 4-3-1 9 9
10 Tommaso Ciampa 3-2-0 - 10


Fallen off from last week: EC3 (10)

This is the list with the least changes this week, but this asshole Tommaso Ciampa finally appears and I am furious. This guy is a monster and I hate him.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Asuka SD 21-3-1 1 1
2 Shayna Baszler NXT 7-1-0 2 2
3 Bianca Belair NXT 6-1-0 3 2
4 Becky Lynch SD 12-9-0 5 (+1) 4
5 Charlotte Flair SD 11-8-0 4 (-1) 2
6 Ruby Riott RAW 10-8-0 6 6
7 Candice LeRae NXT 2-1-0 7 7
8 Nikki Cross NXT 2-1-0 8 4
9 Ember Moon RAW 8-8-0 - 9
10 Naomi SD 8-8-0 9 (-1) 8


Fallen off from last week: Sarah Logan (10)

Becky Lynch's hot streak continued with another win and she moved up a spot past Charlotte Flair, who I believe is currently out with an injury. Ember Moon also returned to the list by beating The Riott Squad's Liv Morgan on Raw. This caused her to remove The Riott Squad's Sarah Logan from the list.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Ariya Daivari RAW 0-17-0 1
2 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-17-0 2
3 Rhyno RAW 1-18-1 3
4 Heath Slater RAW 2-17-1 5 (+1)
5 Tony Nese RAW 4-19-0 4 (-1)
6 Kevin Owens RAW 6-19-2 7 (+1)
7 Apollo Crews RAW 6-19-1 8 (+1)
8 Sonya Deville SD 3-15-0 6 (-2)
9 Titus O'Neil RAW 4-15-1 9
10 Mickie James RAW 4-15-0 10


Heath Slater moved back up after he and Rhyno lost to... The Ascension. Kevin Owens was thrown into a portable toilet and covered in shit, which sums up his 2018 as he moves a spot as well. Seriously, it's poetry.


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