|This Week ||Movement ||Superstar ||Last Week|
D-GENERATION X: TRIPLE H & SHAWN MICHAELS (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Retaining the Unified Tag Team Championships on Christmas, DX got a gift from Santa and the No. 1 spot on the P25.
SHEAMUS (PHOTOS | WATCH)
The Celtic Warrior's impressive victory over MVP showed Cena that he's willing to bring the fight. Next week on Raw, Sheamus is going to have to when he defends the WWE Title against the former champion.
UNDERTAKER (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Due to his match against Rey Mysterio going to a No Contest, Undertaker still is the World Heavyweight Champion, but unfortunately, he no longer holds the top spot on this list.
JOHN CENA (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After the Superstar of the Year winner declared that he won't lose another match until he wins back the WWE Championship, he set himself on an uphill battle with it coming to a head next week on Raw.
CHRISTIAN (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Although the ECW Champion may not have lost a match this week, the fact that he wasn't in action proves costly. Even dropping three spots, Christian still has plenty to celebrate this holiday season.
After a rough week last week, the Ghana native rebounded with authority leading his team to victory in a Six-Man Tag Match on Raw. As the year comes to a close, it seems like 2010 will hold big things for Kofi.
We understand that Santino's antics can rub people the wrong way, but what The Miz did to "Santino Claus" on Raw was just plain wrong. Someone needs to get this grinch a bigger heart.
The Legend Killer can't be happy with how things went on Raw. Watching Kingston pick up the win over Ted DiBiase during the Six-Man Tag Team Match on Raw must be eating Orton up inside.
Santa must not have given The Animal what he wanted for Christmas because he was looking savage Friday night when he caused the World Heavyweight Championship Match to go to a No Contest.
Though he may not appreciate the Eight-Man Tag Team Match loss on SmackDown, McIntyre needs to put that behind him and concentrate on his first title defense against John Morrison next week.
|11|| CM PUNK |
Though Punk wasn't victorious this week, his alliance with Luke Gallows is sure to get him back on the winning side of things, and we wouldn't be surprised if it lead him back to the top.
When Starship Pain connects, it's almost guaranteed that is all she wrote, and on Friday night, that proved to be the exact truth with Dolph Ziggler falling victim to Morrison's patented maneuver.
MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER & MARK HENRY
This duo had an up and down week with MVP losing to WWE Champion Sheamus and Mark Henry winning alongside Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston.
THE LEGACY: CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
Santa granted someone's wish a little bit early this year with The Legacy being put in their place by Kofi Kingston, Evan Bourne and Mark Henry on Monday night.
There's a good chance that Batista's actions on Friday night prevented Mysterio from capturing SmackDown's most prestigious prize, and there will be repercussions for it.
CHRIS JERICHO & BIG SHOW
Jeri-Show tried to dupe the entire WWE Universe and got exactly what they deserved in the end. Add onto Jericho's beating at the hands of The Hart Dynasty, and it's a pretty good start to the holidays.
The Big Red Monster seems to have had a new fire sparked inside him recently, pun intended, and he is quickly making his way up this list. His fellow SmackDown Superstars better be put on notice.
Falling to Starship Pain on SmackDown saw the Hollywood, Fla., native costing his team their match. Hopefully Ziggler can turn things around sooner than later so that he heads back up in the right direction.
Two losses in one week is never good. Though both the matches were hard-fought, it seemed as though Swagger couldn't figure out how to put away either of his opponents.
Despite the post-match assault, Mickie still proved why she is one of Friday night's most talented Divas. After an impressive victory like that, The Academy had no choice but to move her up.
In the first match of the evening on Raw, Melina lead her team of Divas to victory in a Six-Diva Santa's Little Helper Match. That's definitely one way to get the Divas Champion into the holiday spirit.
Hopefully, Benjamin's absence from action this week means that he's resting up after a brutal week and looking toward securing another opportunity to fight for the ECW Championship.
The Women's Champion can't be too pleased watching Mickie James pick up the win this week. If anything, Mickie has been the one thorn in McCool's side during this championship reign.
This ECW colossus has been dominating his opponents as of late, with this week being no different as he faced in-ring veteran Goldust on Tuesday night and beat him decisively.
One thing is for sure, there is no chance that anyone from The Academy would want to face Luke Gallows. Despite him losing this week, Gallows continues to decimate his opponents left and right.