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DONALD TRUMP (Watch | Photos)
With what was definitely the most powerful move of the week, if not in the history of WWE, Donald Trump claims this week's No. 1 spot on the P25 after buying Monday Night Raw from Mr. McMahon.
CM PUNK (Watch | Photos)
Although he may be dropping a spot this week, Punk was on fire with a successful title defense on Raw as well as defeating Rey Mysterio in one-on-one action in the main event of SmackDown.
RANDY ORTON (Watch | Photos)
The Legend Killer may not have been separated from the title for much more than a week, but Orton is much happier now that he is WWE Champion again. All he has to worry about now is Triple H ...
JEFF HARDY (Watch | Photos)
If it wasn't for CM Punk, Jeff Hardy might have pinned Edge to become the World Heavyweight Champion on Raw, but instead, The Extreme Enigma will have to await his next title opportunity at The Bash.
JOHN CENA (Watch | Photos)
Cena drops a few spots this week after coming up short both in the WWE Title Fatal Four Way Match and then the Battle Royal main event to become the No. 1 contender to Randy Orton's title.
Just missing out on sticking in this week's top five, the United States Champion attempted to win an opportunity to add more gold to his resume, but was eliminated by The Legacy in the Battle Royal.
Even though Edge beat John Morrison on SmackDown, the bad outweighs the good this week as The Rated-R Superstar was pinned on Raw and then was snubbed out of the title match at The Bash.
With one win and two losses, Captain Charisma is lucky not to drop any further this week and will really need to step it up if he wants to have any momentum heading into the Scramble Match at The Bash.
CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
Randy Orton's protégés may not have been successful in preventing Triple H from winning the battle royal Monday, but earlier in the night, they did take the opportunity to lay a beating on their Bash opponents.
Thanks in part to Chris Jericho, Mysterio lost Friday night against World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk, but still must have enjoyed giving Jericho a taste of his own medicine, getting him counted out.
In a hard-fought contest, The Friday Night Delight was on the losing side of action against The Rated-R Superstar, but he looked very impressive in the match leading us to believe he has a bright future ahead.
CARLITO & PRIMO
Carlito & Primo won on both Raw & "WWE Superstars," causing them to jump up two spots. But after the beating they received from Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase, they must be looking forward to The Bash.
With a successful title defense against Rey Mysterio Monday night, Chris Jericho still moves up two spots despite his loss to World Heavyweight Championship No. 1 contender Jeff Hardy on SmackDown.
There is no man more perfectly suited to be ECW Champion than Tommy Dreamer, who singularly encompasses what both the ECW of past and present mean, and what the future should be.
|15|| JACK SWAGGER|
A huge win for "The All-American American" Tuesday night over ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer has Swagger riding a wave of momentum as The Bash draws near.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER
In a surprisingly unimpressive outing, Raw's Franchise Playa' was the second man eliminated in Monday night's battle royal that determined the No. 1 contender to Randy Orton's gold.
Last week, he returned. This week, he barely missed out on becoming the WWE Champion but still earned the No. 1 contender's spot by winning the battle royal main event on Monday night.
A big drop from a big man. No matter what he has done in the last several weeks, everything seems to be going against The World's Largest Athlete and the WWE Title loss on Raw is no different.
HART DYNASTY: SMITH, NATALYA, KIDD
It is true that David Hart Smith defeated Christian in singles action on ECW, but on both Monday and Thursday nights, The Dynasty lost two matches which causes them to fall two spots.
The time will come when Maryse will have to face Mickie James one-on-one whether the Divas Championship is on the line or not. If it is, we believe that this beautiful French Diva has plenty to worry about.
With a victory, Melina stays strong on the list despite dropping one spot. If she can finally get Michelle McCool out of her hair sometime soon, there will seemingly be no one to take that title from her.
Being the first eliminated in a battle royal is never something to be proud of. Add that to the recent slide Hardy has been on, and Matt inches one step closer to falling off the list completely.
If it weren't for "The Donald" earning the No. 1 spot on the P25 this week, McCool would have been very likely to have kept her spot at No. 22 following her attack on Women's Champion Melina Friday night.
Not only is Dolph Ziggler a finely tuned WWE Superstar, he also proved on SmackDown that he's quite clever, picking up a victory against The Great Khali after setting it up to get Khali disqualified.
This week on ECW, The World's Strongest Man finally caught the speedy Evan Bourne right where he wanted him and then continued to dominate and obliterate "Air" Bourne on his way to victory.