AEW reveals updated top-five roster rankings
AEW has revealed updated top-five roster rankings for their men’s, women’s, and tag team divisions.
This is the second set of top-five rankings that AEW has released. The first rankings were posted last Friday, which was the night before Full Gear.
The updated rankings are:
Men’s division —
1. PAC (4-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
2. Cody Rhodes (3-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
3. Hangman Page (4-3 singles record, 5-5 overall)
4. Jon Moxley (2-0-1 singles record, 2-1-1 overall)
5. Darby Allin (4-2-1 singles record, 4-3-1 overall)
Women’s division —
1. Britt Baker (3-1 singles record, 6-2 overall)
2. Hikaru Shida (2-1 singles record, 3-1 overall)
3. Emi Sakura (1-1 singles record, 2-3 overall)
4. Nyla Rose (2-3 singles record, 3-3 overall)
5. Allie (1-2 singles record, 3-2 overall)
Tag team division —
1. The Lucha Bros (4-3 tag team record, 5-4 overall)
2. Santana & Ortiz (2-0 tag team record, 3-0 overall)
3. The Young Bucks (4-3 tag team record, 7-4 overall)
4. Best Friends (3-3 tag team record, 4-5 overall record for Trent Barreta, 4-4 overall record for Chuck Taylor)
5. The Dark Order (3-2 tag team record, 4-2 overall)
The champions of each division aren’t included in the rankings. Cody and Sakura were ranked first in their respective divisions prior to their title shots at Full Gear, while The Lucha Bros and Private Party were ranked first and second heading into challenging for SoCal Uncensored’s Tag Team titles at the PPV.
Due to it having an unsanctioned lights out stipulation, Moxley’s win against Kenny Omega at Full Gear isn’t factored into either of their records.
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PAC lost to Hangman Page at Full Gear but defeated Page in their rematch on this week’s Dynamite.
Moxley vs. Allin, Santana & Ortiz vs. Private Party, and a Dynamite Dozen battle royal have been announced for next Wednesday’s Dynamite.