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Though she collected victories alongside fellow Funkadactyl Cameron on Raw and WWE Main Event, Naomi likely isn’t celebrating after she failed to seize the Divas Title from Paige at Money in the Bank.
The Great Khali
The Great Khali makes his triumphant return to the Power Rankings this week, thanks to his overwhelming effort against Mr. McMahon impersonator Damien Sandow on Raw.
Diego did not find a way to end the undefeated streak of Bo Dallas on SmackDown, though the final result definitely did anything but make a “Bo-liever” out of El Torito.
Alberto Del Rio
Alberto Del Rio ends his week without a championship around his waist despite challenging for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at Money in the Bank and the United States Title on SmackDown.
Ryback & Curtis Axel
Stardust & Goldust
The leader of the Rosebuds turned Money in the Bank 2014 into the latest and greatest party in the WWE Universe by defeating Paul Revere doppelganger Damien Sandow in Boston.
Paige experienced the very definition of an up-and-down week, having defeated Naomi at Money in the Bank for a high note and then experiencing the lowest of lows by losing the Divas Title to AJ Lee on Raw.
Rob Van Dam
Rob Van Dam righted the ship against Cesaro & RybAxel on WWE Main Event after suffering a pair of losses on back-to-back nights in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match and against Seth Rollins.
Big E rebounded quickly from his humbling loss to Rusev at Money in the Bank 2014 by mustering strong efforts in tag team action on WWE Main Event and one-on-one battles on Raw and “WWE Superstars.”
The Demon Kane’s impact continues to be felt after helping Seth Rollins grab the Money in the Bank briefcase Sunday night, then laying out WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena the next night on Raw.
Not only did Cesaro fail to walk out of Money in the Bank with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in tow, but The Swiss Superman is now sporting an eye patch thanks to a poke from Kofi Kingston’s finger on Raw.
Randy Orton falls further from the top of the rankings after his failed attempt to become the new “Face of WWE.”
Despite failing to win championship gold at Money in the Bank, The Wyatt Family pulled off big victories on Raw and WWE Main Event while setting their creepy sights on the returning Chris Jericho.
Sheamus drops a spot on the rankings after coming up short in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match. However, The Celtic Warrior’s willingness to fight off any challengers to his United States Championship keeps him in the top 5.
Sure Dean Ambrose didn’t come away with the coveted Money in the Bank briefcase, but it’s clear he has more personal aspirations. The Lunatic Fringe moves up a spot after he successfully stopped Seth Rollins from cashing in his prized contract on Raw.
Roman Reigns may not have become the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion at Money in the Bank, but he is still a forced to be reckoned with. With his Superman Punch locked and loaded, the hungry Superstar will get another opportunity at Battleground to become the new “Face of WWE.”
There may not be another Superstar on more of a roll than Seth Rollins. After grabbing WWE’s most valuable contract, Mr. Money in the Bank now finds himself in control of his own destiny.
The Champ is here! The new cover man for “WWE 2K15” stands strong atop the Power Rankings after becoming the new WWE World Heavyweight Champion at Money in the Bank.