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25 – The Miz

Can The Miz keep top billing now that Superstar stand-in “R-Ziggler” is around to fend off stunt double Damien “Mizdow”? Of course, Miz’s sights remain set on Dolph Ziggler’s Intercontinental Title. 

24 – Brie Bella

Brie Bella’s family feud cost her a tag team victory against AJ Lee & Nikki Bella on Raw, although the “Total Divas” star proved she can handle herself with a victory over Cameron on WWE Main Event.

23 – Naomi

Naomi displayed tactical prowess and great poise as she toppled former Funkadactyls teammate and fellow “Total Divas” co-star Cameron in a hotly-contested battle on Raw.

22 – Adam Rose

There ain’t no party like an Exotic Express party, because, apparently, an Exotic Express party don’t stop — as evidenced by Adam Rose’s latest victorious effort against Heath Slater on SmackDown.

21 – Bo Dallas

After coming up short against Jack Swagger on Raw, the former NXT Champion gave the WWE Universe a reason to “Bo-lieve” by defeating Zeb Colter’s protégé in a rematch on SmackDown.

20 – Dean Ambrose

Anyone hear from Dean Ambrose lately? The former United States Champion continues to slide down the Power Rankings, but likely has not escaped the hearts and minds of the WWE Universe.

19 – Jack Swagger

You win some, you lose some. Jack Swagger accomplished the former against Bo Dallas on Raw and suffered the latter against the same foe on SmackDown, though their rivalry is far from over.

18 – Gold & Stardust

Based on their efforts in a six-man tag team match on Raw and against Jimmy Uso on SmackDown, Star & Goldust could be in trouble agaisnt WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos at Night of Champions. 

17 – Big Show

Big Show incurred the full wrath of The Wyatt Family this week, although The World’s Strongest Athlete did keep the family patriarch in check on Raw until the latter’s minions interfered.

16 – Cesaro

Although he couldn’t halt US Champion Sheamus’ surging momentum in tag team bouts on Raw and SmackDown, Cesaro will get one more chance to overpower The Celtic Warrior at Night of Champions.

15 – Nikki Bella

Nikki Bella lost to Divas Champion Paige on SmackDown, but left the WWE Universe with the sight of her holding the coveted title. Will she leave Night of Champions with the prize in Paige’s possession? 

14 – The Wyatt Family

The Wyatt Family put their destructive capabilities on full display this week by overwhelming Big Show and Los Matadores in separate clashes on Raw, SmackDown and “WWE Superstars.”

13 – AJ Lee

AJ Lee’s bid to become just the second three-time Divas Champion in history can only succeed at Night of Champions if she can put up a stronger showing than she did against Paige and Nikki Bella on Raw.

12 – Rusev

Rusev appeared to relish the chance to crash Mark Henry’s “Rally for America” on Raw. Whether he will show the same zeal when he squares off with Henry at Night of Champions remains to be seen.

11 – Mark Henry

The World’s Strongest Man’s “Rally for America” fired up the WWE Universe on Raw. Now, it’s time for Mark Henry to feed on that energy when he faces Rusev at Night of Champions this Sunday.

10 – Chris Jericho

Chris Jericho pulled off a big victory over Kane on Raw, but before Y2J can move up the rankings, he must first show us he can defeat Randy Orton at Night of Champions.

9 – Dolph Ziggler

The Intercontinental Champion has looked impressive heading into his title defense at WWE’s most golden night of the year, but a crowded field atop the rankings drops The Showoff to No. 9. 

8 – Paige

The Divas Champion continued her winning ways on Raw and SmackDown, but can she pull out a victory when her title is on the line this Sunday at Night of Champions?

7 – Sheamus

The United States Champion moves up to No. 7 on the rankings after fighting his way to victories in tag team contests on Raw and SmackDown.

6 – The Usos

Jey Uso may still be hobbled by his knee injury, but that hasn’t prevented the WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos from performing at the top of their game heading into their title defense this Sunday against Gold & Stardust.

5 -Randy Orton

Randy Orton remains at No. 5 due to in-ring inaction. However, The Viper will have a chance to unleash his venomous side this Sunday when he battles longtime rival Chris Jericho at Night of Champions.

4 – Seth Rollins

Although Seth Rollins lost to Roman Reigns on Raw, you can bet The Architect has a plan in place to defeat the black-clad Superstar at Night of Champions. For now, Mr. Money in the Bank holds on to the No. 4 spot.

3 – Roman Reigns

Roman Reigns defeated Seth Rollins on Raw, but can the black-clad Superstar reign supreme over his former Shield “brother” twice in one week? Night of Champions could go a long way in showing us whether or not we believe in Roman Reigns.

2 – John Cena

After seeing John Cena brawl with Brock Lesnar on Raw, there is no doubt his rematch against The Beast Incarnate this Sunday will be a knock-down, drag-out fight. Still, the Cenation leader will have trouble capturing the top spot on the rankings without first defeating the WWE World Heavyweight Champion.

1 – Brock Lesnar

The WWE Universe got a taste of what to expect at Night of Champions when John Cena took the fight to Brock Lesnar on Raw. However, as long as The Beast Incarnate is carrying that shiny new WWE World Heavyweight Championship around his waist, the top spot on the Power Rankings is his to lose.