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RANDY ORTON (PHOTOS | WATCH)
The Viper struck again on Raw this Monday, pinning World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger for the second week in a row. Orton has never been so focused.
JACK SWAGGER (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Critics were ready to write the World Heavyweight Champion off after he lost to Randy Orton on Raw, but a victory over John Morrison on SmackDown has him moving in the right direction.
REY MYSTERIO (PHOTOS | WATCH)
Even though he's been continually outnumbered by The Straight Edge Society, The Ultimate Underdog has been getting the better of CM Punk and his followers.
JOHN CENA (PHOTOS | WATCH)
It was a rough Monday night for John Cena as The Champ was abandoned by both Batista and David Otunga in separate tag team matches on Raw.
UNDERTAKER (PHOTOS | WATCH)
After bidding farewell to Shawn Michaels on last Monday's Raw, Undertaker has yet to resurface on SmackDown.
BIG SHOW & THE MIZ
Thanks to John Cena's disloyal partners, the Unified Tag Team Champions were able to chalk up two victories over The Champ this week.
Jericho had the opportunity to earn a rematch against World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger, but he was unable to defeat Edge on SmackDown.
After Sheamus ruined Triple H's heartfelt goodbye to Shawn Michaels last Monday, The Game got a measure of retribution by chasing The Celtic Warrior with a sledgehammer on Raw.
The Animal walked away from John Cena during their tag bout against Big Show & The Miz on Raw. He'll next face Cena in a Last Man Standing Match at Extreme Rules.
The Rated-R Superstar fought Chris Jericho to a Double Count-out on SmackDown, ruining his opportunity to face World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger.
The Celtic Warrior looked awesome in his match against Kofi Kingston on Monday, but ended up fleeing through the crowd when Triple H attacked him with a sledgehammer.
Coming to the ring with his father's legendary Million Dollar Championship, Ted DiBiase showed off a newfound edge that helped him defeat Christian.
For the second Friday night in a row, the Intercontinental Champion laid a serious beating into Matt Hardy. The Scottish Superstar definitely has his number.
Kingston may have wowed the WWE Universe at WrestleMania, but he looked like road kill after his loss to Sheamus on Raw.
STRAIGHT EDGE SOCIETY: CM PUNK, LUKE GALLOWS & SERENA
This twisted trio decided to pick a fight with Rey Mysterio and has been paying for it ever since.
|16|| CODY RHODES|
The second-generation Superstar has been out of action since losing to his former mentor, Randy Orton, at WrestleMania.
The Big Red Monster is quickly becoming an NXT Rookie's worst nightmare. His victory over Heath Slater on Tuesday night is yet another example of this.
After picking up a victory over Ted DiBiase on last Monday's Raw, Captain Charisma lost a step and ended up falling to the third-generation Superstar in their rematch.
THE HART DYNASTY: KIDD, SMITH & NATALYA
Ever since coming to the aid of Bret Hart at WrestleMania, The Hart Dynasty has been on a roll. They picked up another win this week over Caylen Croft & Trent Barreta.
JOHN MORRISON & R-TRUTH
While these two exciting Superstars didn't team this week, John Morrison did lose to World Heavyweight Champion Jack Swagger.
|21|| MICHELLE McCOOL|
The Women's Champion has no interest in facing Beth Phoenix and thanks to her alliance with Vickie Guerrero she may not have to.
The Divas Champion watched from ringside as Eve became the No. 1 contender to her title. Will Maryse be able to stop the beauty when they battle next week?
The Glamazon wanted to get her hands on Michelle McCool this week, but she had to settle for dismantling Layla on "WWE Superstars" instead.
Showing off a newfound mean streak, this arrogant Superstar defeated The Great Khali last Friday and then attacked Josh Matthews on this week's SmackDown.
The Ballin' Superstar holds on to the final spot on the P25 thanks to a victory over Carlito on "WWE Superstars."