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WWE invaded Philadelphia with four straight nights of action, and I'm still trying to recover from attending all of it. In the aftermath, a lot of changes have happened to the rankings. This was helped by 58 people suffering losses from the two Royal Rumble matches, which absolutely count.
Top Raw Superstars
|2||Braun Strowman||3-1-0||10 (+8)||2|
|4||Karl Anderson||3-1-0||2 (-2)||2|
|5||Luke Gallows||3-1-0||3 (-2)||3|
|8||Bray Wyatt||2-1-0||6 (-2)||3|
|10||Finn Bálor||3-3-0||4 (-6)||1|
Fallen off from last week: Titus O'Neil (5), Apollo Crews (8), Matt Hardy (9)
Goldust, despite getting his first loss in the Royal Rumble match, still sits at the top of the rankings. Big wins on Sunday by The Revival and Brock Lesnar helped them make it to on the list, but the biggest story of the week is Braun Strowman. He lost to Lesnar, but then over the next two nights murdered Kane by flipping the stage on him and advanced in the Mixed Match Challenge while teasing that Alexa Bliss is gonna get those hands. There is no wrong he can do.
Top SmackDown Superstars
|5||Jimmy Uso||2-0-0||6 (+1)||2|
|9||Xavier Woods||2-2-0||3 (-6)||3|
Fallen off from last week: Sami Zayn (2), Fandango (4), Kofi Kingston (7), Randy Orton (8), Tyler Breeze (10)
Half of the SmackDown list is new names in the biggest shake-up of the week. WWE Champion AJ Styles and Rumble winner Shinsuke Nakamura jump in right behind United States Champion Bobby Roode, while we lose the likes of Breezango. Hopefully we'll see them back on here soon rather than the jobber list.
|4||Lince Dorado||3-0-0||6 (+2)||4|
|5||Akira Tozawa||2-1-0||4 (-1)||2|
|6||Hideo Itami||1-0-0||5 (-1)||5|
Lince Dorado moved up with his luchador pals with a pair of wins on Sunday and Main Event, but the big news is Drake Maverick arriving on 205 Live and kickstarting a championship tournament. It'll be interesting what matchups come out of this.
Top NXT Superstars
|1||Bobby Fish||2-0-0||2 (+1)||1|
|2||Kyle O'Reilly||2-0-0||5 (+3)||2|
|4||Lars Sullivan||1-0-0||6 (+2)||4|
|6||No Way Jose||1-0-0||7 (+1)||6|
|7||Riddick Moss||1-0-0||9 (+2)||7|
|9||Tino Sabbatelli||1-0-0||10 (+1)||8|
Fallen off from last week: Johnny Gargano (3), Kassius Ohno (4), Rezar (8)
Johnny Gargano's loss at TakeOver: Philadelphia was so devastating that he went from third place to completely out of the Top 10. However, The Undisputed Era are now sitting at the top of the brand and I don't think they intend to let it go anytime soon.
Top Female Superstars
|3||Sarah Logan||SD||2-1-0||4 (+1)||3|
|4||Bianca Belair||NXT||1-0-0||7 (+3)||4|
|6||Sasha Banks||RAW||3-3-0||2 (-4)||2|
|7||Liv Morgan||SD||2-2-0||5 (-2)||2|
|8||Ruby Riott||SD||2-2-0||6 (-2)||4|
Fallen off from last week: Lacey Evans (8), Shayna Baszler (9), Alicia Fox (10 - injured)
Asuka is still undefeated heading out of the Royal Rumble match, and the losses from everyone else sort of pushed them all down. Bayley did move into the second spot though after a weird Main Event appearance, and Ember Moon took Shayna Baszler spot by defeating her at TakeOver: Philadelphia.
|2||Drew Gulak||RAW||0-5-0||3 (+1)|
|3||Tony Nese||RAW||0-5-0||2 (-1)|
|4||Heath Slater||RAW||0-4-1||6 (+2)|
|5||Aiden English||SD||0-4-0||4 (-1)|
|10||Curt Hawkins||RAW||0-3-0||6 (-4)|
Fallen off from last week: Cesaro (5), Bo Dallas (8), Curtis Axel (10)
The big surprises here are the fact that Adam Cole and Kevin Owens, two of the biggest names on their respective brands, are now sitting on the jobber list without a single win in January. It's really hard to give these guys momentum if you won't let them at least win once in a while.