Here are the top 25 ratings of the WWE Power Rankings of this week as provided on Check out here in Sportzwiki;

25 – Ryback – The Big Guy needs to satisfy his appetite soon or he may find himself starved out of the rankings.

24 – Kane – A tough week at the office for Corporate Kane, who ended up shut inside a casket by Daniel Bryan on SmackDown Live.

23 – Cesaro – An impressive tag team victory over Big E & Kofi Kingston on Royal Rumble Kickoff elevates The King of Swing in the rankings.

22 – The Ascension – The argument can no longer be made that The Ascension are facing weak competition after the dominating duo defeated The New Age Outlaws and Gold & Stardust this week.

21 – Gold & Stardust – Is there a cosmic force coming between Gold & Stardust? It certainly seemed that way on SmackDown Live.

20 – Natalya – Natalya seemed overmatched at Royal Rumble when she and Paige lost to The Bella Twins in tag team action.

19 – Tyson Kidd – No longer just “Nattie’s husband,” Tyson Kidd is showing why he is one of the best in-ring competitors in WWE.

18 – Brie Bella – Although her decision to remain by her sister Nikki’s side was puzzling at first, it’s clear The Bella Twins are much stronger when working as one.

17 – Big Show – Big Show gave Roman Reigns a giant test on SmackDown Live, but not even The World’s Largest Athlete could slow down The Big Dog.

16 – Paige – Paige may have a Divas Championship Match at WWE Fast Lane, but she learned on SmackDown Live not to get in the way of The Bella Twins.

15 – Dolph Ziggler – Despite coming up short in the Royal Rumble Match, Dolph Ziggler showed off his skills on WWE Main Event with a victory over Luke Harper.

14 – Luke Harper – After losing to Dolph Ziggler on WWE Main Event, the terrifying Luke Harper drops a spot on the rankings.

13 – The New Day – Although The New Day continue to impress with their in-ring skills, they need to pick up more victories if they want to move up the rankings.

12 – Bad News Barrett – Good news is that Bad News Barrett is still the Intercontinental Champion. The bad news is that the British brawler falls to No. 12 this week on the rankings.

11 – The Miz & Mizdow – The A-lister and his stunt double may both need to re-evaluate their roles after a rough week for the tag team.

10 – Nikki Bella – The reigning Divas Champion ruled the day alongside her sister, Brie Bella, at Royal Rumble 2015, but now must prepare to put her title on the line at WWE Fast Lane 2015 against Paige.

9 – John Cena – Moments after missing his chance to reclaim the WWE World Heavyweight Title at Royal Rumble 2015, John Cena found himself in US Champion Rusev’s crosshairs. The two will now battle at WWE Fast Lane.

8 – Rusev – US Champion Rusev finished the 2015 Royal Rumble Match as the runner-up, though his sneaky strategy of laying low until the last minute won’t work at WWE Fast Lane 2015 when he faces John Cena.

7 – Bray Wyatt – Bray Wyatt’s reign of terror in the 2015 Royal Rumble Match lasted long enough for him to claim the 20th-longest appearance in the marathon bout’s history, but didn’t punch his ticket to WrestleMania.

6 – The Usos – Despite dispatching of their latest challengers, The Miz & Damien Mizdow, at Royal Rumble 2015, WWE Tag Team Champions The Usos now must keep their eyes on the surging duo of Tyson Kidd & Cesaro

5 – Dean Ambrose – Dean Ambrose’s No. 25 entry for the 2015 Royal Rumble Match ultimately spelled doom for The Lunatic Fringe, who failed to join the only Superstar to win the marathon bout from that spot: Hulk Hogan in 1990. That said, Ambrose did play an important role in helping former Shield ally Roman Reigns prevail.

4 – Daniel Bryan – The prognosticators who picked Daniel Bryan for the win in the 2015 Royal Rumble Match wound up leaving Philadelphia disappointed. Bryan, however, bounced back in time to beat his former Team Hell No partner at his own game on SmackDown by besting Kane in a Casket Match.

3 – Seth Rollins – After Royal Rumble 2015, Seth Rollins now possesses firsthand experience of what it’s like to be conquered by WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar. Of course, Rollins will remain on The Beast Incarnate’s radar as long as the Money in the Bank contract is still in play.

2 – Roman Reigns – Say what you will about Roman Reigns’ success in the 2015 Royal Rumble Match, but the following is indisputable: the Shield alum has proven himself a master of the marathon bout. Now, his road to WrestleMania is secured and a date with WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar is looming.

1 – Brock Lesnar – To quote Ric Flair, “To be the man, you’ve got to beat the man.” And no one has found a way to beat Brock Lesnar for the coveted WWE World Heavyweight Title. Lesnar reaffirmed his status as “the man” at Royal Rumble 2015, and now lies in wait until the next challenger, Roman Reigns, is ready.


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