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TRIPLE H (13) (Watch | Photos)
The Game takes over the No. 1 position on the P25 this week after two huge wins on Raw & SmackDown, including a thrashing of Cody Rhodes in a Steel Cage and pinning Vladimir Kozlov in one-on-one action.
EDGE (6) (Watch | Photos)
Although The Rated-R Superstar's week started out in the right direction, it finished on a sour note following the altercation that ended SmackDown as he was planted firmly on the mat by Big Show.
UNDERTAKER (Watch | Photos)
After successfully teaming with Shawn Michaels on Raw against the team of Vladimir Kozlov & Intercontinental Champion JBL, The Deadman also achieved victory on SmackDown, defeating JBL one-on-one.
RANDY ORTON (Watch | Photos)
The Legend Killer was out of action again this week but was on hand at ringside to watch his "Legacy" cohort Cody Rhodes be decimated by Triple H and his trusty sledgehammer within a steel cage.
SHAWN MICHAELS (Watch | Photos)
Heading into his match with Undertaker at WrestleMania, The Showstopper proved twice this week why he is the best, as he picked up the pin over JBL on Raw and over Kane on SmackDown.
Cena drops another two spots this week when on both Raw and SmackDown, it was his WrestleMania opponents, World Heavyweight Champion Edge and Big Show, who were left standing tall.
We haven't forgotten about The All-American American, but it seems that the All-American American has forgotten what put him atop the ECW food chain. Again this week, Swagger failed to wrestle.
At the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania, Jeff Hardy will finally have his chance at revenge against his brother Matt after all he has put Jeff through in recent months - and yes, it will be an Extreme Rules Match.
After issuing the challenge to JBL to face-off against him for the Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania, The Master of the 619's wish was granted later in the week with the match being announced on WWE.com.
Matt Hardy may not have been on SmackDown, but the match he wanted against his brother Jeff was made even sweeter to him on Friday when it was announced to be an Extreme Rules Match.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER
SmackDown's Franchise Playa' has certainly turned things around after his extended losing streak a few months ago. His good fortune continued again this week as he captured the United States Title.
With the sour taste still in his mouth following the loss of the Intercontinental Title to JBL just one week prior, Punk got right back on the horse and picked up the win in a Six-Man Tag Team Match on Raw.
THE MIZ & JOHN MORRISON
With no match this week, we unfortunately had to drop the World Tag Team Champions down two spots, but if they win the Tag Team Unification Match at WrestleMania they'll rocket back toward the top.
After several months of being one of the most dominant Superstars on SmackDown, if not the entire WWE roster, The Moscow Mauler's luck seems to have turned with him picking up another loss this week.
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Perhaps it was the luck of the Irish, or maybe that Irishman just loves to fight, but St. Patrick's Day was made extra special for Finlay as he picked up a win over Paul Burchill on ECW.
The Women's Champion has been on a roll lately, including a win on Raw in a Six-Diva Tag Team Match, which has us thinking that she might be the odds-on favorite to be named the first "Miss WrestleMania."
JOHN "BRADSHAW" LAYFIELD
Overall, it was a horrible week for JBL. Not only was he pinned on both Raw and SmackDown, but it was announced that he'll have to defend his newly won Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania.
CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
Randy Orton's "Legacy" may have been slightly tarnished this week on Raw with DiBiase looking on helplessly as his partner Rhodes was decimated at the hands of Triple H and his sledgehammer.
The Big Red Monster can't be happy with how his week turned out after losing on both Raw and SmackDown. Maybe Kane will bottle this wrath and unleash it on April 5 in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
Though his week may not have started out on the right foot, it certainly ended well. After all, it was Edge, not The World's Largest Athlete, who was left lying incapacitated at the end of SmackDown.
Even though she was not in action this week, the Divas Champion held her place on the P25 since no Superstar gave us reason to oust her. She had better be wary, though, luck doesn't last forever.
Captain Charisma drops down this week after being pinned in tag team action on ECW. If Christian's luck doesn't turn around soon, the chance of becoming "Mr. Money in the Bank" might be out the window.
CARLITO & PRIMO
After issuing a challenge to unify the WWE and World Tag Team Championships at WrestleMania, Carlito & Primo stay put as we at The Academy are interested what is to come from these events.
The World's Strongest Man looked impressive on ECW in tag team action and if he keeps this up, Henry might be the one entering the Money in the Bank Ladder Match with the most momentum.
Being on the winning side of the Six-Man Tag Team Match on Raw keeps Kofi Kingston on the bottom of the P25 this week, but he needs to step it up if he doesn't want us bidding him farewell.