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BATISTA (PHOTOS | WATCH)
There's an air of confidence to The Animal that is undeniable and can easily make any member of the WWE Universe feel that no matter what John Cena does, Batista will have an answer for it.
UNDERTAKER (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Although The Deadman's attack didn't seem to have the desired effect he would have wanted it to, it did send a strong message to Shawn Michaels regarding what Undertaker has planned for him.
SHEAMUS (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Thanks to the numbers advantage, The Celtic Warrior saw the opening to decimate Randy Orton with a vicious kick and did just that - earning he and The Legacy victory over their respective rivals.
CHRIS JERICHO (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Jericho has always been a wordsmith and the fact that he stated Edge has "inferior DNA" might very well be something he'll be kicking himself for later - it might light a fire under The Rated-R Superstar.
EDGE (PHOTOS | WATCH)
There's no doubt that The Ultimate Opportunist has the opportunity of a lifetime in not only defeating his former colleague - and now rival - Jericho, but also taking the title from him in humiliating fashion.
Humility seems to be a rare quality nowadays but Cena showed it on Raw. That doesn't take away from the fact that the former Champ is a fighter and is looking to finally get his against Batista.
Beating Tyson Kidd was huge for The Master of the 619 as now he can be riding high despite the unfavorable interactions he has had to push his way through in recent weeks involvingTthe Straight Edge Society.
BIG SHOW & THE MIZ
Being a championship team means that you have a target on your back, and considering Big Show's size, and the fact that The Miz can't ever shut his mouth, the target on Show-Miz can't be missed.
THE LEGACY: CODY RHODES & TED DiBIASE
Rhodes & DiBiase have been working well together in outmatching their former mentor Randy Orton, but at WrestleMania XXVI, it will be every man for himself.
Techincally The King of Kings was on the losing side of action in the 2-on-3 Handicap Match, but afterward The Game was the one standing tall in the ring while Sheamus scampered away.
Considering HBK was able to defeat Undertaker's brother Kane under the same stipulations as their WrestleMania match, even with The Deadman's involvement, Michaels is as ready as he'll ever be.
Despite being faced against a ruthless adversary in Vladimir Kozlov, Kingston was able to pick up a huge win on Raw, giving him the 10th and final spot in the Money in the Bank Ladder Match.
The Viper struck with unmatched fury during the 3-on-2 Handicap Match on Raw decimating all his opponents, but the numbers advantage proved to be too much with Sheamus taking him out for the win.
STRAIGHT EDGE SOCIETY: CM PUNK, LUKE GALLOWS & SERENA
Momentum is an important thing and CM Punk's victory over JTG on "WWE Superstars" was certainly a boost for The Straight Edge Superstar in that department.
Captain Charisma may not be champion right now, but as he proved when he was ECW Champion, he is capable of anything and if given the opportunity, a title might be around his waist in no time.
|16|| JOHN MORRISON & R-TRUTH|
Some may see this duo as a make-shift pairing, but they continue to impress as a team. Morrison & R-Truth have been meshing fluidly since first teaming and there is no denying their potential.
McIntyre hasn't been making many friends, as made obvious by Matt Hardy and Kane on SmackDown, but that doesn't seem to bother him as he has been consistently successful in his endeavors.
Many Divas have reasons to detest Womens' Champion Michelle McCool, and with her actions over the past couple of weeks on both Raw and SmackDown, those reason have been multiplying.
Thanks to an old friend, WWE Hall of Famer Pete Rose, The Big Red Monster was pit against Shawn Michaels in a match that could only be won by pinfall or submission, and he was pinned.
It seems as though the Divas Champion's new alliance alongside Women's Champion Michelle McCool, Layla and SmackDown's Official Consultant Vickie Guerrero has been quite fruitful.
|21|| EZEKIEL JACKSON|
Big 'Zeke continues to drop down the list due to a lack of action. It is obvious that he can be dominant within the confines of the squared circle, but he needs to be in matches in order to do just that.
Things didn't go exactly how The Ballin' Superstar would have liked in the 10-Man Tag Team Match on SmackDown, but there's no doubt that MVP can turn things around sooner than later.
The Chairman may have been swindled by WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart into the No Holds Barred Match at WrestleMania XXVI, but his confidence hasn't wavered as he showed with his brief comments on Raw.
Ever since returning to say farewell to the WWE Universe, The "Hit Man" has made his fans pride blossom by carrying himself with an air of dignity on his road to redemption against Mr. McMahon.
Although The Glamazon got the last laugh on SmackDown, that doesn't negate the fact that she technically did lose her Handicap Match Friday night after being pinned by Vickie Guerrero.