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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2018 Week 29

Kevin Owens takes a big fall in the rankings

by Owen Douglass | July 20, 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.

Extreme Rules happened this week, and it was quite a bummer. But it did give us an extra night of matches for our rankings. Well, except for the cruiserweights. They seem to be trapped on their own island where no one is looking.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Braun Strowman 23-8-0 1 1
2 Akam 12-2-1 2 2
3 Rezar 12-2-1 3 3
4 Matt Hardy 14-8-0 4 2
5 Bobby Lashley 9-3-0 8 (+3) 5
6 Bray Wyatt 11-6-0 5 (-1) 3
7 Drew McIntyre 7-3-0 7 6
8 Seth Rollins 17-14-0 6 (-2) 3
9 Brock Lesnar 3-0-0 9 6
10 Dolph Ziggler 11-9-1 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Jinder Mahal (10)

Bobby Lashley had a hell of a week, defeating Roman Reigns at Extreme Rules and then winning a Triple Threat to face Reigns again next week for a title shot at SummerSlam. Meanwhile Seth Rollins losing to Dolph Ziggler added Ziggler to the list a dropped Rollins down two spots.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Harper 13-3-0 1 1
2 AJ Styles 16-7-4 3 (+1) 2
3 Rowan 11-2-0 2 (-1) 2
4 Shinsuke Nakamura 13-6-3 4 1
5 Jeff Hardy 10-5-0 6 (+1) 5
6 Daniel Bryan 9-5-1 5 (-1) 5
7 Andrade "Cien" Almas 6-3-0 7 6
8 Eric Young 5-4-0 - 8
9 Karl Anderson 10-10-0 9 6
10 Xavier Woods 8-8-1 8 (-2) 8


Fallen off from last week: Jimmy Uso (10)

AJ Styles had a couple of solid victories this week defeating Rusev and Andrade "Cien" Almas. Daniel Bryan lost his tag title shot by mostly having to fight solo, and SAnitY got the better of The New Day both times they clashed, with Eric Young getting the second win.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Cedric Alexander 19-0-0 1 1
2 Gran Metalik 17-5-1 2 2
3 Lince Dorado 13-6-2 3 3
4 Mustafa Ali 11-6-1 4 4
5 Kalisto 13-9-1 5 2
6 Hideo Itami 6-4-2 6 5
7 Lio Rush 3-1-0 10 (+3) 7
8 Buddy Murphy 5-4-1 8 5
9 The Brian Kendrick 5-4-0 9 8
10 Noam Dar 2-1-0 7 (-3) 7


Noam Dar suffered his first loss since returning, and Lio Rush beat a jobber. That's about it.

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 6-2-0 5 2
6 Shane Thorne 6-2-0 6 3
7 Kona Reeves 3-0-0 7 7
8 Lars Sullivan 4-2-1 8 2
9 Roderick Strong 10-9-1 9 9
10 Adam Cole 8-7-0 10 10


No one in the Top 10 had matches this week since it was more focused on the women's division.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Asuka SD 22-4-1 1 1
2 Shayna Baszler NXT 7-1-0 2 2
3 Bianca Belair NXT 6-1-0 3 2
4 Becky Lynch SD 13-9-0 4 4
5 Kairi Sane NXT 6-4-0 6 (+1) 5
6 Sarah Logan RAW 8-7-0 - 6
7 Alicia Fox RAW 2-1-0 - 7
8 Ember Moon RAW 9-9-0 5 (-3) 5
9 Natalya RAW 9-9-0 9 9
10 Naomi SD 8-8-0 10 8


Fallen off from last week: Candice LeRae (7), Nikki Cross (8)

Kairi Sane returned to the rankings last week, and this week she's taking the ball and running with it as she earned an NXT Women's Championship match. Sarah Logan and Alicia Fox also got wins on Raw to get onto the list in a big way. Sarah Logan got her first main roster singles win over Ember Moon even, who ended up falling three spots as a result.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-19-0 1
2 Rhyno RAW 1-19-1 3 (+1)
3 Ariya Daivari RAW 0-17-0 2 (-1)
4 Heath Slater RAW 2-18-1 4
5 Tony Nese RAW 4-19-1 5
6 Apollo Crews RAW 6-21-1 6
7 Titus O'Neil RAW 4-17-1 9 (+2)
8 Sonya Deville SD 3-15-0 8
9 Mickie James RAW 4-16-0 10 (+1)
10 Kevin Owens RAW 7-19-2 7 (-3)


Ariya Daivari's absence continues to be a blessing as he falls another spot and got easily be moving down again with Heath Slater not close behind Rhyno. Kevin Owens somehow moved to the bottom of the list after he was thrown off the top of a cage, but technically he did win that match.


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