Here are the top 25 ratings of the WWE Power Rankings of this week as provided on WWE.com. Check out here in Sportzwiki;
Sin Cara: Despite his Intercontinental Title Match loss to Bad News Barrett on SmackDown, Sin Cara still managed to impress by nearly toppling the titleholder.
Cesaro: Although Cesaro and Tyson Kidd have worked well together, the pair need victories in order for both Superstars to start moving in the right direction.
Alicia Fox: Alicia Fox’s star is rising both inside and outside the ring. Maybe The Miz can hook her up with a Hollywood agent?
Brie Bella: A big victory over Paige on Raw helps elevate Brie Bella on the rankings.
Tyson Kidd: A tough loss in a Six-Man Tag Team Match on WWE Main Event drops Tyson Kidd out of the top 20. Fact!
Natalya: Natayla passes her husband on the rankings after picking up a non-title win over Nikki Bella on SmackDown.
The Ascension: They may not be making many friends with their controversial comments, but Konnor and Viktor’s in-ring performance speaks for itself.
Gold & Stardust: Gold & Stardust seem to have stalled in tag team action. Maybe the Royal Rumble Match will help propel one of these golden grapplers to new heights.
Kane: Kane tried to put a damper on Daniel Bryan’s in-ring return, but The Beard just wasn’t having it. So the ‘Corporate Monstar’ formerly known as the Big Red Machine has been downgraded by one.
Paige: A loss on Raw to Brie Bella drops Paige down a spot, but The Diva of Tomorrow did pick up an assist in Natayla’s victory over Nikki Bella on SmackDown.
Big Show drops down a spot after ending up on the losing side of SmackDown’s huge Six-Man Tag Team Match.
Nikki Bella: A non-title loss to Natalya on SmackDown sends Nikki Bella further down the rankings.
Luke Harper: He gave Roman Reigns a tough fight, but the creepy Superstar just couldn’t keep The Big Dog down.
The New Day: The New Day’s Six-Man Tag Team Match victory on WWE Main Event showed just how exciting this spirited trio can be.
The Miz & Mizdow: With a WWE Tag Team Title Match against The Usos forthcoming at the Royal Rumble, The Miz & Damien Mizdow are one big win away from jumping back into the top 10.
John Cena: The Cenation leader just can’t catch a break these days, especially now that his path to reclaiming the WWE World Heavyweight Title at Royal Rumble 2015 is now obstructed by Seth Rollins as well.
Bad News Barrett: The reigning Intercontinental Champion realized the revenge he sought against Sin Cara by successfully defending his cherished title against The International Sensation on Thursday Night SmackDown.
The Usos: WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos may want to consider avoiding The Miz & Damien Mizdow over the next few days, given how the latter duo dominated the Samoan Superstars on Raw and SmackDown.
Daniel Bryan: Yes! Yes! Yes! Daniel Bryan makes his triumphant return to the Power Rankings, thanks in part to his impressive return to competitive action on the second to last SmackDown before Royal Rumble 2015.
Bray Wyatt: No Superstar creates more uncertainty about the upcoming 2015 Royal Rumble Match than Bray Wyatt. If the enigmatic grappler’s mind games work in the marathon bout, watch out, WWE Universe.
Rusev: US Champion Rusev’s preparation for the 2015 Royal Rumble Match included a tune-up match on Raw against former titleholder Dean Ambrose and a battle with Justin Gabriel on WWE Main Event. The Russian jingoist collected victories from both endeavors, and hopes to do the same in Philadelphia.
Dean Ambrose: After enduring a great deal of damage in his losing effort against US Champion Rusev on Raw, Dean Ambrose rebounded quite nicely to lift his three-man team to victory on SmackDown. Ambrose’s resiliency makes him a 2015 Royal Rumble Match favorite as much as his unpredictability does.
Roman Reigns: No one can stop Roman Reigns; they can’t even hope to contain him. The master of the Superman Punch continued his winning ways against Luke Harper on Raw and the Six-Man Tag Team Match on SmackDown, which should certainly keep his momentum positive prior to Royal Rumble 2015.
Brock Lesnar: Brock Lesnar’s chances of retaining the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at Royal Rumble declined now that his title bout with John Cena is a Triple Threat Match that also includes Seth Rollins. Lesnar probably can’t wait to get his hands on Rollins, given how the contract signing played out on Raw.
Seth Rollins: Mr. Money in the Bank fought his way into the WWE World Heavyweight Title picture at Royal Rumble 2015, albeit with The Authority’s help on Raw. Seth Rollins now has at least two paths to becoming the new champion in less than two weeks, and surely shows no signs of fearing the challenge before him.