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JEFF HARDY (15) (Watch | Photos)
There may have been some assistance by his brother on Friday night, but the World Heavyweight Champion still put up a fantastic fight, and as the record books will show, successfully defended his title.
JOHN CENA (3) (Watch | Photos)
Time and time again, Cena has persevered against seemingly impossible odds and thanks to special guest host Jeremy Piven, the former champ had to do that again in his Lumberjack Match against The Miz on Raw.
RANDY ORTON (1) (Watch | Photos)
Orton was out of action this week, but he did get a few good hits on his SummerSlam opponent when he had the opportunity as one of the hand-picked Lumberjacks in Cena's match against The Miz.
REY MYSTERIO (Watch | Photos)
Although his win on "WWE Superstars" was via disqualification due to Dolph Ziggler's interference, Mysterio got the last laugh on SmackDown with a seated senton on his SummerSlam opponent.
JOHN MORRISON (Watch | Photos)
Once again, The Friday Night Delight was nothing less than impressive this week in his match against The Hart Dynasty's Tyson Kidd and with his innovative move set, picked up the victory.
A car door?! Well, it might be a slightly unorthodox weapon choice, but it did help Captain Charisma put away Tommy Dreamer in Christian's ECW Championship defense on Tuesday night.
Technically, Kofi was successful in retaining the United States Title on Raw, but that was only because Big Show was disqualified for brutalizing The Jamaican Superstar.
The Straightedge Superstar's golden opportunities aren't finished yet, but just missing out on the World Heavyweight Championship on SmackDown must leave a sour taste in his mouth.
After losing to Evan Bourne on last Monday’s Raw, Jack Swagger got some serious retribution. Not only did he beat the high-flyer on Monday night, but he attacked him after the bell.
Jericho's confidence level may have been knocked down a notch this week after the first-ever Undisputed Champion lost against one of his SummerSlam opponents, Cryme Tyme's JTG.
CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
The Legacy can't be happier with the way things have been going in recent weeks. Monday night was no different as Rhodes & DiBiase proved to be too much for Triple H in a Handicap Match.
Helping out Hornswoggle, The World's Strongest Man was all smiles as he decimated Chavo Guerrero on Raw. Afterward, Henry was joined by the pint-sized Superstar for an in-ring celebration.
In recent months, The Game has been plagued by all the members of The Legacy. This continued on Monday night as Triple H lost to Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase in a Handicap Match on Raw.
After earning an Intercontinental Title Match at SummerSlam by winning the Fatal Four Way on SmackDown, the brash Ziggler now has another opportunity to beat Rey Mysterio for his gold.
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The World's Largest Athlete may have decimated United States Champion Kofi Kingston in their match, but his inability to adhere to the referee's instructions cost him the chance of winning more gold.
Although she wasn't in action this week, McCool keeps her spot at No. 16. This is a rare occurrence and if the Women's Champion doesn't step it up next week, she will most certainly be dropping.
CRYME TYME: SHAD & JTG
Not only did The Brooklyn Boys earn a Unified Tag Team Championship Match last week, but JTG picked up the biggest win of his career in singles action over Chris Jericho on SmackDown.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER
If The Franchise Playa' didn't come to the ring to defend an incapacitated Evan Bourne, there is no telling exactly how far Jack Swagger would have gone with his brutal post-match attack.
The Divas Champion may not have been the one pinned by Beth Phoenix in the Divas Tag Team Match on Raw, but she was still on the losing side of action and drops a spot because of it.
Following Ezekiel Jackson's match on ECW, The Moscow Mauler made his way to ringside and decimated Jackson's already downed opponent. What is going on between these two behemoths?
Dreamer was in his element during his Extreme Rules ECW Championship Match on Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the ECW Original fell short in his quest to reclaim Christian’s title.
Although The Big Red Monster wasn't in action this week, he viciously attacked The Great Khali and kidnapped The Punjabi Playboy's translator, Ranjin Singh.
The pint-sized Superstar might not have been the one who defeated Chavo Guerrero this week on Raw, but after the match he did get to nail the self-proclaimed "Mexican Warrior" with a Tadpole Splash.
Seemingly in a competition with Vladimir Kozlov to see who can one-up the other, big Zeke has been dominating his opponents over the last several weeks — and Kozlov's as well.
Out of all the Superstars that have come to ECW through the new talent initiative, The Celtic Warrior has proven to be the most dominant and is the first to earn a spot on the P25.