WWE Power Rankings: Sandow, Damien Sandow
While CM Punk’s revamped heel turn has been hit or miss, Damien Sandow had the best RAW of his young career this week. His match with World Champion Sheamus was easily the best on the card, in spite of a mediocre finish. Aside from the exploits of Sandow, a few other young superstars made their mark. Could this be a trend? Read the rest of our Power Rankings and find out.
5: Ryback: His match with Tensai was an abomination. He’s going to have to sell one of these days. Regardless, the WWE continues to make him relevant.
4: CM Punk: This weasel Punk is a far cry from the rebel bad ass that stole your attention last summer. He’s losing momentum, but he’s still the best the company has.
3: Daniel Bryan and Kane: They continue to change the perception of what a tag team is supposed to be. If they weren’t so goddamn entertaining and talented, we might have a problem with it.
2: Antonio Cesaro: His win over Brodus Clay should be a wake up call to someone like Ryback. Talk about strength and poise. Cesaro has it in bunches.
1: Damien Sandow: His match with Sheamus set the bar for every new star in the company. With no nonsense, he delivered a classic beating, but sold when the time was right. It was a five-star performance. This guy has arrived.
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