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It was another busy week for the WWE, with a four-hour event on Saturday morning in Australia and then all the other regular programming. Did some superstars take advantage and make some moves upward in the rankings?
Top Raw Superstars
|4||Bobby Lashley||15-6-0||6 (+2)||4|
|5||Roman Reigns||22-14-1||4 (-1)||4|
|6||Drew McIntyre||15-7-0||5 (-1)||5|
|8||No Way Jose||12-8-0||8||7|
Fallen off from last week: Bray Wyatt (9 - inactive), Dolph Ziggler (10)
It was a busy week for several Raw superstars, having up to three matches. Braun Strowman came out with a positive ratio to maintain his lead, while a lot of the people in the 6-man tag broke even. Bobby Lashley also got a boost with two wins.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|2||Shinsuke Nakamura||16-8-3||3 (+1)||1|
|3||Jeff Hardy||13-7-1||4 (+1)||3|
|4||Xavier Woods||13-8-1||5 (+1)||4|
|5||Daniel Bryan||12-8-1||6 (+1)||4|
|6||Kofi Kingston||10-8-1||8 (+2)||6|
|7||Andrade "Cien" Almas||10-8-0||7||5|
|8||Big E||11-11-0||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Karl Anderson||10-11-0||10 (+1)||9|
Fallen off from last week: Harper (2 - inactive)
AJ Styles picked up THREE victories this week, giving his extra cushion in his already impressive lead. Harper was also removed for inactivity so most people moved up a space, but it wasn't really that eventful of a week for SmackDown outside of that.
|5||Mustafa Ali||12-8-2||6 (+1)||5|
|6||Buddy Murphy||9-5-1||8 (+2)||5|
|7||Lio Rush||6-2-0||5 (-2)||4|
|8||Hideo Itami||8-5-3||7 (-1)||5|
Cedric Alexander ended his singles undefeated streak in a blaze of glory as he lost his title to Buddy Murphy on Saturday and then lost to Tony Nese on Wednesday. Speaking of which, the new champion moved up two spots but doesn't seem able to take the top spot before the year ends unless something crazy happens.
Top NXT Superstars
|9||Roderick Strong||12-10-1||8 (-1)||5|
Fallen off from last week: Adam Cole (9)
There were only two NXT matches this week, but they did actually make some impact on the rankings. Keith Lee makes his debut onto the list after beating Kona Reeves, and Adam Cole losing in the Triple Threat for the North American Championship knocked him back off.
Top Female Superstars
|3||Ronda Rousey||RAW||9-0-0||5 (+2)||3|
|4||Becky Lynch||SD||18-11-1||3 (-1)||2|
|5||Shayna Baszler||NXT||9-2-0||4 (-1)||2|
|8||Ember Moon||RAW||16-12-0||9 (+1)||8|
|9||Ruby Riott||RAW||14-12-0||8 (-1)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Sarah Logan (10)
Ronda Rousey picked up two more wins this week to enter the Top 3, while Ember Moon picked up two wins to give herself a small boost. Unfortunately The Riott Squad were on the losing end of Ronda's two matches so all the members suffered in the rankings, including Sarah Logan falling off.
|5||Tony Nese||RAW||6-23-1||2 (-3)|
|7||Heath Slater||RAW||4-19-1||8 (+1)|
Fallen off from last week: Kevin Owens (7 - injured)
The momentum gained by The Ascension was extinguished this week as they lost a tag match, but Tony Nese picked up a huge win over former Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander so he moved down three spots. Sonya Deville's partner Mandy Rose also joined her on the list due to Kevin Owens being injured.