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RANDY ORTON (12) (Watch | Photos)
The WWE Champion hasn't had good luck with Raw's special guest hosts, and this week was no different as Seth Green put himself, John Cena & Triple H against Orton & The Legacy.
JOHN CENA (7) (Watch | Photos)
After coming to Seth Green's aid in the main event, Cena might have been standing the tallest after Raw, but not tall enough to dethrone Orton from the No. 1 spot on this week's list.
JEFF HARDY (Watch | Photos)
Although it was by disqualification thanks to World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk, The Extreme Enigma teamed with Rey Mysterio on SmackDown and was victorious by disqualification.
CM PUNK (Watch | Photos)
Not only did The World Heavyweight Champion lose to John Morrison at the start of SmackDown, but he also gave Jeff Hardy more momentum heading into Night of Champions with a disqualification victory.
REY MYSTERIO (Watch | Photos)
Not only did Mysterio get the last laugh over Dolph Ziggler on "WWE Superstars," but he also got the "W" on SmackDown in tag team action against Chris Jericho & Dolph Ziggler by the other duo getting disqualified.
Soaring up the Power 25 with not much looking like it can stop this fast-rising Superstar, The Friday Night Delight picked up a huge win over World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk on SmackDown.
Although he did what was right by helping Evan Bourne on Raw, the United States Champion bit off a lot more than he could chew on "WWE Superstars," as he was on the losing side of action against Big Show.
Jericho may have lost two matches this week, but he did get the last laugh at the end of the week, and with neither loss being by submission or pinfall, it's enough to gain him one spot on the P25.
With his trusty sledgehammer in his hand, The Game helped clear the ring of The Legacy at the end of Raw. Afterward, he hoisted special guest host Seth Green on his shoulders and celebrated in the ring.
Following last week's altercation with MVP on the VIP Lounge, "The All-American American" was able to back up what he said with a victory, but we doubt this is the last he's seen of The Franchise Playa'.
Nothing seems to be going Dreamer's way in the Land of Extreme and the ECW Champion's loss to Vladimir Kozlov on Tuesday night, including the post-match attack, doesn't make things any better.
Not only did Captain Charisma lose to Shelton Benjamin on ECW on Syfy, but when he tried to come to stop Vladimir Kozlov's attack on ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer, he was laid out for his efforts.
CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
The Legacy may not have been victorious on Raw, but they didn't lose either. Also, both Rhodes & DiBiase escaped a sledgehammer-wielding Triple H virtually unscathed.
Thanks to a disqualification, Ziggler may have lost on SmackDown, but that doesn't spoil the fact that he has an Intercontinental Championship Match against Mysterio at Night of Champions.
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On both Raw and "WWE Superstars" The World's Largest Athlete looked quite impressive as he picked up a submission win over Evan Bourne and a pinfall victory against United States Champ Kofi Kingston.
A week of nothing does not bode well for the Women's Champion, especially with Night of Champions fast approaching. We wonder if McCool will be mentally prepared when she has to defend her title that night.
At one moment, it looked as if The World's Strongest Man was about to make an unholy alliance with Chris Jericho. The next saw Henry pounding on Jericho until he was scampering away to the locker room.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER
After what was said to him last week, we're surprised that Jack Swagger is still living no-less walking away the victor on Raw. One thing we know though - The Franchise Playa' isn't finished yet.
HART DYNASTY: SMITH, NATALYA, KIDD
A split week this week leaves The Hart Dynasty staying at 19. These three need to figure out a way to get Cryme Tyme out of their hair for good if they want to focus on going after the tag team gold.
The Divas Champion must be elated that in her Summer Swimsuit Spectacular Tag Match on Raw, she picked up the win over her rival and the No. 1 contender to her title, Mickie James.
Ever since returning, The Big Red Monster has been on a roll, and that ended up being unfortunate for R-Truth this week, as when the steamroller came rolling through, he was stuck right in front of it.
The beating Kozlov gave out on Tuesday was certainly from Russia, but definitely not with love in part of it. Both ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer and No. 1 contender Christian can attest to that.
Thanks in part to Mickie James' loss, Melina moves up a spot this week without doing a thing. Her luck isn't going to stay this way for long, so she better get back in the ring if she wants to stay on the Power25.
With Night of Champions coming quickly, Mickie James needs to turn things around so that she has the momentum on her side when she finally comes face to face with Maryse for the Divas Title.
Things seem to be on the up-and-up for the Long Island Native as, despite having to face one of ECW's more bizarre Superstars, Ryder was able to keep on track and pick up the win.