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JOHN CENA (10) (Watch | Photos)
A win against WWE Champion Randy Orton on Raw was fantastic for Cena. Especially since it may mean the former Champ isn't far from being on top of more than just the Power 25.
RANDY ORTON (9) (Watch | Photos)
The Legend Killer was stunned by what happened on Raw, and that might be bad news for him, considering his title will be at risk against Triple H and the man who pinned him on Raw, John Cena.
JEFF HARDY (Watch | Photos)
Although The Charismatic Enigma should be concentrating more thoroughly on his golden opportunity, a win over Chris Jericho on SmackDown will do nothing but add to his momentum.
CM PUNK (Watch | Photos)
Although he may not be moving up the list, Punk got the last laugh Friday night after giving the GTS to his nemesis, Jeff Hardy. If the World Heavyweight Champion hits that when it matters, he's sure to retain gold.
JOHN MORRISON (Watch | Photos)
We've been quite impressed with The Friday Night Delight as of late, and this week he brought the fireworks one night early when he outshined Kane in a disqualification win on "WWE Superstars."
The Master of the 619 drops down this week after being brutally attacked by Dolph Ziggler following SmackDown's main event. Does the brash, young Superstar have Mysterio's number?
In light of what Big Show did to the other five men involved in the tag match on Raw, it looks like the United States Champion needs to keep an eye out for The World's Largest Athlete.
On Raw, The Game stated that he doesn't care if he wins the title, he just wants to ensure that Randy Orton is no longer champion. When The King of Kings has his mind set, he usually gets the job done.
"The All-American American" may have beaten MVP last week on Raw, but Swagger surely hasn't seen the last of The Ballin' Superstar.
The first-ever Undisputed Champion has had plenty of issues to deal with lately and hasn't really gotten the best of any of them. He'll really need to turn things around if he doesn't want to fall out of the P25's top 10.
Captain Charisma may be friends with Tommy Dreamer, but there's no reason to step in the ring if you don't want to be on top. So, for that reason, Christian and Dreamer are at war atop ECW.
Tons and tons of heart is what Tommy Dreamer has, and that is all anchored in the Land of the Extreme. If he loses the ECW Title, he'll be sure to give it his all to regain gold as soon as possible.
He may be young, but Dolph Ziggler has proven himself to be wise, albeit perhaps a bit devious at times. The Hollywood, Fla., native certainly has a very bright future ahead of him.
Although Big Show added one to the loss column this week, the devastation The World's Largest Athlete left in the ring following the match really caught the attention of The Academy.
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Being on the losing side of action in Raw's main event can't make The Legacy feel good, but we think if they can win the Unified Tag Team Championships, they won't be too sore about the loss.
The World's Strongest Man has been impressive in action lately, and on Raw, despite being attacked with a chair, he got to show his grin after having the last laugh over Chris Jericho.
If Women's Champion Michelle McCool can successfully defend her title against Melina, she will have beaten the Diva from whom she originally captured the title. The debate continues: Is McCool the best ever?
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER
Technically, The Franchise Playa' was victorious on Raw, but we don't think he would have been pleased unless he himself put Jack Swagger down for the three-count.
Her actions may have been devious, but the Divas Champion got the result she was looking for as we think that Mickie James might be a little less confident when the two come face-to-face this Sunday.
HART DYNASTY: SMITH, NATALYA, KIDD
Things have been going up and down for this impressive triad. Unfortunately for the young Dynasty, on SmackDown, Natalya lost to Eve making this one of those down weeks.
The Moscow Mauler may not have gone one-on-one with anyone on ECW, but it seems as if he wanted to show Ezekiel Jackson how it's done, annihilating his opponent after Jackson's match.
Since returning, there's definitely been a change in The Big Red Monster. Sure, his sadistic side would certainly attack John Morrison with a chair, but standing down from The Great Khali, that's just weird.
Redemption could be within Melina's grasp, and if she is able to obtain it, it's coming with the Women's Championship and a regaining of her throne at the top of SmackDown's Diva division.
When The Gold Standard was set to face Goldust in the Land of the Extreme, there was sure to be an inflation of one of these Superstars' egos, and not surprisingly, it was that of Shelton Benjamin.
After being out of action and being blinded by Divas Champion Maryse when the French Diva interrupted her interview, Mickie James is on the brink of falling off the P25 if she doesn't win the title.