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WWE Power Rankings – 1st November, 2014

  • Here are the top 25 ratings of the WWE Power Rankings of this week. Check out here in Sportzwiki;

    25 – Damien Mizdow

    Damien Mizdow’s stunt-double skills have been impressive, but he and The Miz have yet to act the part of a successful tag team.

    24 – Los Matadores

    Diego & Fernando jump back onto the rankings thanks to a big non-title victory on SmackDown over Gold & Stardust.

    23 – Bo Dallas

    Bo Dallas had a scary week, falling to Mark Henry, Ryback and Sheamus in three separate contests. 

    22 – Kane

    Despite losing to Dolph Ziggler on Raw, Kane made up for it with a non-title victory over the Intercontinental Champion on SmackDown.

    21 – Tyson Kidd

    Tyson Kidd has quietly been putting together a solid run since returning to action from NXT.

    20 – Ryback

    The Big Guy is back! Ryback returns looking hungrier than ever.

    19 – The Miz

    After losses at Hell in a Cell, Raw and WWE Main Event, The Miz may want to ask for a rewrite.

    18 – Brie Bella

    After losing to her sister at Hell in a Cell, Brie drops on the rankings in what might be a difficult next month for the “Total Diva.” 

    17 – Cesaro

    The Swiss Superman’s struggles continue after falling to Dolph Ziggler at Hell in a Cell and Dean Ambrose on SmackDown.

    16 – Big Show

    The bigger they are the harder they fall, and Big Show fell hard this week. 

    15 – Mark Henry

    After dominating Bo Dallas on the Hell in a Cell Kickoff and turning on his friend Big Show with three World’s Strongest Slams, it seems Mark Henry’s Hall of Pain is once again open for business.

    14 – Nikki Bella

    What a week for Nikki Bella, who now has her own personal assistant for the next month and is the new No. 1 contender for the Divas Championship.

    13 – The Wyatt Family

    Technically, no one in The Wyatt Family was in action this week, but Bray Wyatt more than made his creepy presence felt at Hell in a Cell.

    12 – Paige

    Paige not only came up short in her quest to win the Divas Championship at Hell in a Cell, but she also failed to become the No. 1 contender for the butterfly-emblazoned title on SmackDown. 

    11 – Gold & Stardust

    This bizarre duo may have lost a non-title match against Lost Matadores on SmackDown, but all that really matters is that they still hold the cosmic key.

    10 – The Usos

    The Usos missed their chance to reclaim the WWE Tag Team Titles from Gold & Stardust at WWE Hell in a Cell, though they rebounded in time to beat The Miz & Damien Mizdow in back-to-back matches.

    9 – Dolph Ziggler

    After sweeping Cesaro out of their 2-out-of-3 Falls Match at WWE Hell in a Cell, Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler unfortunately drew the ire of Seth Rollins and Kane.

    8 – AJ Lee

    Divas Champion AJ Lee may not be able to count Paige and Alicia Fox among her friends, but she can add the rival pair to the long list of grapplers who have failed to defeat the three-time title holder.

    7 – Rusev

    If you had said one week ago that Rusev would dismantle Big Show at Hell in a Cell and then declare his intentions to challenge Sheamus for the US Title, everyone would’ve said you were crazy. Not anymore.

    6 – Sheamus

    US Champion Sheamus followed his successful title defense against The Miz at WWE Hell in a Cell with an “un-Bo-lieveable” win against Bo Dallas on WWE Main Event. Now, let’s see how he handles Rusev.

    5 – Randy Orton

    WWE’s Apex Predator reluctantly fell from grace at WWE Hell in a Cell following his demoralizing loss to John Cena in their Hell in a Cell Match. Randy Orton may not get to challenge WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar anytime soon, but he appears keenly interested on Seth Rollins these days. 

    4 – Dean Ambrose

    To describe Dean Ambrose’s shocking Hell in a Cell Match defeat to Seth Rollins as a heartbreaker may qualify as the understatement of the year. Yet that result only came about due to the supernatural efforts of Bray Wyatt, who has apparently decided to direct his haunting efforts at Ambrose.

    3 – Seth Rollins

    The WWE Hell in a Cell record books will reflect that Seth Rollins defeated Dean Ambrose in their hotly-contested Hell in a Cell Match. Yet the box score distorts the reality that Mr. Money in the Bank only came out on top against his former Shield ally due to the scandalous actions of Bray Wyatt.

    2 – John Cena

    Thanks to his Hell in a Cell Match victory against Randy Orton, John Cena earned himself one more chance to challenge Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Title. Until that match happens, the Cenation leader must focus on finding suitable partners who will stand with him against The Authority. 

    1 – Brock Lesnar

    WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar knows of two Superstars who have the ability to challenge him: Seth Rollins, by virtue of his Money in the Bank contract, and John Cena. Of course, the real question is whether either of them or anyone else has what it takes to topple The Beast Incarnate.

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  • 25 Rikishi

    Teaming with 2 Cool on old School Raw, Rikishi helped drown out the noise of the “all-new” 3MB.

    24 Curtis Axel

    Losses on Raw and SmackDown bump the former Intercontinental Champion down a few places this week.

    23 Xavier Woods

    A win over Fandango on SmackDown moves Woods up one spot on the rankings.

    22 Fandango

    After costing Xavier Woods & R-Truth their match on WWE Main Event, Fandango got some comeuppance on SmackDown.

    21 The Great Khali

    The Punjabi Playboy takes a giant step back onto the Power Rankings after dropping Damien Sandow in a controversial Raw win.

    20 The Prime Time Players

    In-ring inaction keeps Titus & Darren at bay this week.

    19 R-Truth

    Despite a (Fandango-aided) loss to The Real Americans on WWE Main Event, Truth holds strong thanks to some SmackDown payback.

    18 Alberto Del Rio

    Del Rio reasserts himself on the Power Rankings after defeating Sin Cara and calling out The Animal Batista.

    17 The Real Americans

    A Six-Man Tag Team loss on SmackDown drops The Real Americans down a spot this week.

    16 Los Matadores

    The highflyers jump up a spot after a thrilling Friday night tag team victory.

    15 Rey Mysterio

    Consecutive victories on Raw and SmackDown propel Mysterio into the top 15 this week.

    14 Damien Sandow

    Albeit controversial, a Raw loss to The Great Khali drops Damien down a spot.

    13 Brie Bella

    A tag team loss on Old School Raw slides the “Total Diva” star down into the 13-spot.

    12 Big Show

    It was a massive week for Big Show, as he stepped up to challenge The Beast, Brock Lesnar, at Royal Rumble!

    11 Ryback

    A Friday night loss tosses Ryback out of the top 10 this week on the Power Rankings.

    10 AJ Lee

    AJ Lee dispatched of Kaitlyn in an emotional battle on WWE Main Event in the final battle between the former Chick Busters. Now, the reigning Divas Champion chases the longest title reign in history.

    9 The Usos

    The Usos certainly took the fight to The Wyatt Family this week on Raw and SmackDown, though their clashes against the enigmatic faction certainly took a physical toll on the Samoan Superstars.

    8 Big E Langston

    Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston couldn’t carry the momentum of his win over Curtis Axel on Raw into his tough-luck loss against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton on SmackDown.

    7 Cody Rhodes & Goldust

    Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston couldn’t carry the momentum of his win over Curtis Axel on Raw into his tough-luck loss against WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton on SmackDown.

    6 Daniel Bryan

    Now that he’s under the influence of The Wyatt Family, Daniel Bryan displayed a sinister streak in tag team action on Raw and SmackDown that shook the WWE Universe to its core.

    5 The Wyatt Family

    With the addition of Daniel Bryan, Bray Wyatt and his band of mischievous minions appear ready to rage against their perceived transgressors. Despite coming up short in their competitive efforts, The Wyatt Family continues cast a shadow over everyone in the WWE Universe who doubts their capabilities.

    4 CM Punk

    CM Punk finally succumbed to a member of The Shield on Raw when he lost to Roman Reigns, though the surprise return of Jake “The Snake” Roberts helped settle that score. Unfortunately, Punk’s alliance with The New Age Outlaws didn’t put The Hounds of Justice in their place on SmackDown last Friday.

    3 John Cena

    The Cenation leader saved the day on Raw by coming to the rescue of WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair after the “Nature Boy” got into a verbal altercation with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton. The WWE Universe can expect Cena to stand up to The Viper when they clash at Royal Rumble 2014.

    2 The Shield

    Roman Reigns succeeded where his Shield cohorts failed when the enforcer of the trio defeated CM Punk on Raw. That must have lit a spark under The Hounds of Justice, who rediscovered their destructive ways against Punk & The New Age Outlaws in the main event on SmackDown.

    1 Randy Orton

    WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton continues to express his displeasure at news of his impending rematch against John Cena at Royal Rumble 2014. That frustration didn’t appear to rattle The Viper in his victorious effort on SmackDown against Intercontinental Champion Big E Langston.

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