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Top WWE Superstars & Jobbers: 2018 Week 9

Another first win of the year, bay-bay!

by Owen Douglass | March 02, 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.

We're now on the other side of Raw's final pay-per-view and are now looking forward to next week's finale for SmackDown's pay-per-views. Then we can finally get to building WrestleMania, which seems to have a really bad headline match. John Cena did switch brands again though, but he's still not appearing on either's list.

Top Raw Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Goldust 6-2-0 2 (+1) 1
2 Dash Wilder 5-2-0 1 (-1) 1
3 Karl Anderson 5-2-0 5 (+2) 2
4 Scott Dawson 5-2-0 3 (-1) 3
5 Braun Strowman 5-3-0 4 (-1) 2
6 Luke Gallows 4-2-0 9 (+3) 3
7 Brock Lesnar 1-0-0 10 (-1) 7
8 Finn Bálor 6-6-0 6 (-2) 1
9 Cesaro 5-5-0 - 9
10 Sheamus 5-5-0 - 10


Fallen off from last week: The Miz (7), Titus O'Neil (8)

Goldust convinced someone to let him compete on Main Event against Curt Hawkins so he could quickly reclaim his top spot. The Bálor Club moved up while everyone else moved down due to their win on the Elimination Chamber Kickoff, and The Miz fell completely off after going 1-3 this week in matches. That's a lot of matches.

Top SmackDown Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Bobby Roode 6-0-0 1 1
2 Harper 4-0-0 2 2
3 Rowan 4-0-0 3 3
4 Shinsuke Nakamura 4-1-1 6 (+2) 3
5 Jimmy Uso 3-0-0 5 2
6 AJ Styles 5-3-0 4 (-2) 2
7 Baron Corbin 3-2-1 9 (+2) 7
8 Xavier Woods 3-2-0 7 (-1) 7
9 Jey Uso 2-1-0 8 (-1) 7
10 Big E 2-2-0 10 10


Shinsuke Nakamura and AJ Styles both competed this week, but the one who is not the champion is the one who won their match, resulting in them swapping positions on the list. Baron Corbin also moved up two spots because he won somehow.

Top Cruiserweights

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Cedric Alexander 10-0-0 1 1
2 Gran Metalik 8-1-0 2 2
3 Kalisto 6-1-0 3 2
4 Lince Dorado 4-1-0 4 4
5 Akira Tozawa 3-2-0 7 (+2) 2
6 Mustafa Ali 3-2-0 5 (-1) 4
7 Mark Andrews 1-0-0 6 (-1) 6
8 Hideo Itami 1-1-0 8 5
9 TJP 3-7-0 9 2
10 Drew Gulak 1-6-0 10 9


Akira Tozawa defeated local punching bag Ariya Daivari on Main Event to regain a winning record and more up two spots. Kalisto suffering his first loss on 205 Live wasn't quite enough to have him lose his spot.

Top NXT Superstars

# Superstar W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Roderick Strong 4-2-0 3 (+2) 1
2 Velveteen Dream 3-1-0 7 (+5) 2
3 Nick Miller 2-0-0 1 (-2) 1
4 Shane Thorne 2-0-0 2 (-2) 2
5 Andrade "Cien" Almas 2-1-0 4 (-1) 4
6 Bobby Fish 2-1-0 5 (-1) 1
7 Kyle O'Reilly 2-1-0 6 (-1) 2
8 Alexander Wolfe 1-0-0 8 4
9 Buddy Murphy 1-0-0 9 9
10 Eric Young 1-0-0 10 5


Roderick Strong's tenure on 205 Live in the championship tournament is doing wonders for him as he moves up to the top spot this week. Velveteen Dream also had a fantastic match on NXT against Tyler Bate to make a huge 5-spot jump into second.

Top Female Superstars

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev Peak
1 Asuka RAW 10-0-0 1 1
2 Bayley RAW 6-4-0 2 2
3 Ruby Riott SD 4-2-0 6 (+3) 3
4 Shayna Baszler NXT 3-1-0 8 (+4) 4
5 Bianca Belair NXT 2-0-0 3 (-2) 2
6 Nikki Cross NXT 2-0-0 4 (-2) 4
7 Charlotte Flair SD 3-2-0 5 (-2) 4
8 Sarah Logan SD 3-2-0 7 (-1) 3
9 Liv Morgan SD 3-3-0 10 (+1) 9
10 Lacey Evans NXT 1-1-0 - 10


Fallen off from last week: Sasha Banks (9)

The state of the women in WWE is quite interesting right now. The top two positions belong to Raw, but the remaining eight are evenly split between SmackDown and NXT. It doesn't help the Raw women that six of them lot on Sunday at Elimination Chamber.

Top Jobbers

# Superstar Brand W-L-D Prev
1 Ariya Daivari RAW 0-10-0 1
2 Tony Nese RAW 0-8-0 2
3 Curt Hawkins RAW 0-6-0 3
4 Aiden English SD 0-5-0 7 (+3)
5 Jack Gallagher RAW 0-5-0 4 (-1)
6 Drew Gulak RAW 1-6-0 5 (-1)
7 Mandy Rose RAW 1-6-0 -
8 Nia Jax RAW 1-6-0 -
9 Sami Zayn SD 2-7-1 -
10 Sonya Deville RAW 2-7-0 -


Fallen off from last week: Adam Cole (6), Heath Slater (8), Kevin Owens (9), Rhyno (10)

After Kevin Owens got his first win of the year last week, Adam Cole followed up this week, bay-bay! But this is the week that both of them left this list as the entire bottom four were all swept out after Elimination Chamber.


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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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