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UNDERTAKER (PHOTOS | WATCH)
The Phenom gains the top notch this week as not only did he beat D-Generation X and Big Show & Chris Jericho on Raw, but he also laid out his partner, WWE Champion John Cena, after the match.
JOHN CENA (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Heading into Survivor Series, The Champ won a Triple Threat Tag Team Match against Big Show & Jericho and D-Generation X, the latter team which had both the challengers for his title.
KOFI KINGSTON (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Though Kingston didn't have an official match, he took his roll as the leader of Team Kingston quite seriously, sending a heavy-handed message to Team Orton by putting their leader through a table.
CHRISTIAN (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After several successful weeks atop ECW, Captain Charisma had his stride broken this week when The ECW Champion teamed up with R-Truth in a losing effort against William Regal & CM Punk.
D-GENERATION X: TRIPLE H & SHAWN MICHAELS (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After losing to WWE Champion John Cena on Raw, both DX members would like nothing more to gain some revenge and take his title.
Somewhat surprising considering his big mouth, but The Miz has been a fighting champion defending his title successfully on several occasions, including this week on Raw against MVP.
With his gold on the line, The Friday Night Delight had his work cut out for him on SmackDown as he defeated Dolph Ziggler in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match to retain the Intercontinental Title.
The Viper sought to send a message to Team Kingston via WWE Hall of Famer "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, but instead found himself the recipient of a message, and beating, from Kofi Kingston.
CHRIS JERICHO & BIG SHOW
Although both members of Jeri-Show ended the week without a win on either SmackDown or Raw, Jericho made sure not to leave empty-handed as he left Friday night with The Undertaker's title.
Although The Straightedge Superstar's tutorial was cut short on SmackDown, he was victorious when it mattered most with Punk winning in tag team action on ECW against ECW Champion Christian & R-Truth.
|11|| JACK SWAGGER|
After losing to Evan Bourne on Raw last week, "The All-American American" turned things right back around, grounding the high-flyer and incapacitating Bourne with a devastating Gutwrench Powerbomb.
It seems as though Ziggler is this close to obtaining gold, but just can't get over that hump. He may have lost to John Morrison Friday night, but his persistence will lead him to a title sooner than later.
As proven on SmackDown, Rey is not only quick on his feet, but he is quick thinking as well with him altering his plans to take down Batista after Mysterio won his match by disqualification Friday night.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER & MARK HENRY
The World's Strongest Tag Team had an up and down week with MVP missing out on United States gold and Henry taking out Cody Rhodes on "WWE Superstars."
There is no doubt in our mind that Batista is seeing red after being embarrassed by Mysterio again on SmackDown. Just a warning to all who encounter him, we'd stay out of The Animal's way.
THE LEGACY: CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
Unfortunately for The Legacy, things didn't exactly go their way this week, which prevented them from gaining any momentum heading into Sunday.
We can't exactly appreciate McCool's antics from Friday night, but understand that the Women's Champion is doing anything in her power to give her team an advantage against Team Mickie.
It may not have been the most decisive victory, but McIntyre did get the pin against Finlay. The Scottish Superstar has been very impressive in finding himself having his hand raised consistently.
Alicia Fox may have wanted 30 Rock's Judah Friedlander to announce her as the next Divas Champion, and that could very well be the case, but Melina made sure it wasn't this past Monday on Raw.
The Big Red Monster joined forces with his brother on Friday night, and after everything turned to chaos, Big Show disposed of him with a vicious Knockout Punch leaving 'Taker to fend for himself.
Although Mickie James was victorious on SmackDown, she also fell victim to a cruel, immature prank by Team McCool. We can almost guarantee Mickie will be looking for vengeance on her tormentors on Sunday.
VLADIMIR KOZLOV & EZEKIEL JACKSON
Big 'Zeke & The Moscow Mauler drop a spot this week on the P25 after a week without any action. We're not too worried as we know these two dominant Superstars will be back in action soon.
After claiming himself as the reason Jamie Noble retired, The Celtic Warrior was unable to find someone to accept his challenge this week, so he attacked WWE Hall of Famer Jerry "The King" Lawler.
The Glamazon is coming dangerously close to the bottom of the list. She needs a win this week unless she wants to be seeing herself as part of the "Farewell" section on this list.
With his identity on the line, The Hurricane did what he needed to do in saving the Land of the Extreme from the torment of Paul & Katie Lea Burchill while remaining the WWE Universe's hero.