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 is the first in a while without a pay-per-view, and with the build now going toward Survivor Series and NXT TakeOver, things are getting a bit strange. Mostly because NXT is mostly just building on story over in-ring action and Raw and SmackDown are heading toward cross-branded matches.
Top Raw Superstars
|4||Bobby Lashley||19-9-0||5 (+1)||4|
|5||Seth Rollins||28-20-0||4 (-1)||3|
|7||No Way Jose||12-9-0||8 (+1)||7|
|8||Brock Lesnar||4-1-0||9 (+1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: Finn Bálor (7), Dolph Ziggler (10)
The Revival once again appear on the list, as it seems they're constantly hopping on and off the train. Bobby Lashley, No Way Jose (for some reason), and Brock Lesnar all moved up a spot too.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|5||Rey Mysterio||5-3-0||8 (+3)||5|
|7||Jimmy Uso||12-11-1||10 (+3)||7|
|8||Andrade "Cien" Almas||10-9-0||5 (-3)||5|
|9||Kofi Kingston||10-10-2||7 (-2)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Big E (9)
Rey Mysterio is starting to become a force to reckon with on Tuesdays, and he moved a staggering three spots to get into the Top 5. The New Day had less luck this week, and Big E fell off the list and Kofi Kingston is still dangling on by a little bit. Also Karl Anderson is back surprisingly.
|9||The Brian Kendrick||7-6-0||9||9|
Nothing changed this week.
Top NXT Superstars
Nothing changed this week here either.
Top Female Superstars
|4||Becky Lynch||SD||20-11-1||5 (+1)||2|
|5||Shayna Baszler||NXT||11-2-0||4 (-1)||2|
|7||Kairi Sane||NXT||10-5-0||8 (+1)||5|
|8||Ember Moon||RAW||19-15-0||7 (-1)||6|
Fallen off from last week: Lacy Evans (9), Nikki Cross (10)
The Man was challenged by Nikki Cross this week in a UK surprise on SmackDown, but the SmackDown Women's Champion was able to prevail to move up a spot and knock Nikki off the list. Toni Storm also makes her debut on the list as the first representative of NXT UK.
|10||Mandy Rose||SD||4-17-0||9 (-1)|
Fallen off from last week: Titus O'Neil (10)
Most of the list stayed the same, except TJP found his way back onto the list. You'd think with how little the Cruiserweights get each week he could have hid for the rest of the year.