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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2018 Week 47

It was a rough week for SmackDown

by Owen Douglass | November 23, 2018


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It was a busy week in the WWE and NXT, with WarGames and Survivor Series taking place over the weekend. NXT stole the show with an excellent event, while on the main roster... well, let's just say it was not the best time for the Blue Brand.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Rezar 20-6-1 2 (+1) 1
2 Akam 19-7-1 3 (+1) 2
3 Bobby Lashley 21-10-1 4 (+1) 3
4 Seth Rollins 29-20-0 5 (+1) 3
5 Drew McIntyre 17-10-1 6 (+1) 5
6 Brock Lesnar 5-1-0 8 (+2) 6
7 Finn Bálor 29-26-1 9 (+2) 7
8 No Way Jose 12-9-0 7 (-1) 7
9 Dolph Ziggler 22-21-1 - 9
10 Dean Ambrose 6-5-0 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Braun Strowman (1 - injured), Dash Wilder (10)

With Raw winning all of the matches on the main show of Survivor Series, everyone who participated got a boost this week. It also helps that Braun Strowman - who was in the top spot - is now out with an injury. Dash Wilder fell off the list after the Raw tag teams lost on the Kickoff.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 AJ Styles 25-11-4 1 1
2 Shinsuke Nakamura 18-10-3 2 1
3 Jeff Hardy 16-11-1 3 3
4 Xavier Woods 15-10-1 4 4
5 Jimmy Uso 13-11-1 7 (+2) 5
6 Daniel Bryan 13-12-1 6 4
7 Rey Mysterio 6-5-0 5 (-2) 5
8 Kofi Kingston 11-11-2 10 (+2) 6
9 Karl Anderson 11-11-0 - 9
10 Andrade "Cien" Almas 10-10-0 8 (-2) 5


Fallen off from last week: Big Show (9)

The only positive for SmackDown is that the tag teams won the Kickoff match, even if the WWE tried to ignore it on Sunday. This gives Karl Anderson a surprisingly good chance to end the year in the Top 10 despite almost never being on TV.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Cedric Alexander 25-4-0 1 1
2 Gran Metalik 22-9-1 2 2
3 Lince Dorado 20-11-2 3 3
4 Kalisto 20-13-1 4 2
5 Buddy Murphy 11-5-1 6 (+1) 5
6 Mustafa Ali 14-9-2 5 (-1) 5
7 Lio Rush 7-4-0 7 4
8 Hideo Itami 8-6-3 8 5
9 The Brian Kendrick 8-7-0 9 9
10 Akira Tozawa 13-13-2 10 9


Buddy Murphy defeated Mustafa Ali to retain his championship at Survivor Series.

Top NXT Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Pete Dunne 13-3-2 1 1
2 Rowe 7-0-0 2 2
3 Lars Sullivan 8-2-1 3 3
4 Hanson 7-1-0 4 2
5 Aleister Black 7-2-1 - 5
6 Tommaso Ciampa 6-1-0 5 (-1) 4
7 Dave Mastiff 4-0-0 6 (-1) 6
8 Jordan Devlin 4-0-0 7 (-1) 7
9 Keith Lee 4-0-0 8 (-1) 6
10 Ricochet 7-4-2 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Kyle O'Reilly (9), Tyler Bate (10)

Aleister Black made his return to the ring at TakeOver, and picked up where he left off with a victory. Ricochet also replaced Kyle O'Reilly and fought against the current of Black moving back onto the list when his team won in the WarGames match.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Asuka SD 30-8-1 1 1
2 Charlotte Flair SD 24-11-1 2 2
3 Ronda Rousey RAW 12-0-0 3 3
4 Shayna Baszler NXT 12-2-0 4 2
5 Bianca Belair NXT 8-1-2 5 2
6 Ember Moon RAW 21-16-0 7 (+1) 6
7 Toni Storm NXT 6-1-0 9 (+2) 7
8 Nia Jax RAW 17-13-0 10 (+2) 8
9 Kairi Sane NXT 10-6-0 6 (-3) 5
10 Lacey Evans NXT 8-5-0 8 (-2) 8


Not a lot of change on the top half of the rankings, but Toni Storm picked up two wins this week to make an upward room along with two of Raw's women. Kairi Sane had the biggest fall after she failed to recapture the NXT Women's Championship.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-25-0 1
2 Rhyno RAW 3-24-1 2
3 Viktor RAW 1-21-0 3
4 Sonya Deville SD 3-21-0 7 (+3)
5 Ariya Daivari RAW 0-17-0 4 (-1)
6 Heath Slater RAW 4-21-1 5 (-1)
7 Konnor RAW 4-20-0 8 (+1)
8 Tony Nese RAW 8-24-1 6 (-2)
9 Mandy Rose SD 4-19-0 10 (+1)
10 TJP RAW 8-23-1 9 (-1)


Sonya Deville, Konnor, and Mandy Rose were all on the losing side of their matches at Survivor Series.


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Owen Douglass is a co-founder of ProWrestling.Cool and one of the hosts of the Heel Turn podcast. With over 20 years of wrestling experience, there isn't much that shocks him these days.

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