RAW Power Rankings: Still Feeding
A traditional Survivor Series matchup will pit ten of the company’s most interesting stars in the ring against one another. Sure, it doesn’t make much sense, but when does the WWE ever make sense? Continue reading to see who had the most to show for in the creatively-weak show, this week.
5: The Rhodes Scholars: The best tag team in the company besides the champions, their inclusion in the traditional Survivor Series matchup will do nothing but continue to boost their street cred with the masses. What out WWE fans, this team is going to be around for a while.
4: Hell No: The best tag team in the company, their antics are beginning to get tiresome. At the same time, they are putting together some of the best tag matches in recent memory. They need some more vignettes or another development in their story though.
3: CM Punk: He’s the WWE champion. He wants to be respected. Blah, blah, blah. It’s getting old. This guy needs a big time angle and this is not the one that’s going to get him over the hump. He needs another masterful promo and soon.
2: Big Show: After his win at Hell in a Cell, Show is probably at his highest point in months. With a rematch with Sheamus definitely in the works, this may be the best angle the company has going for it right now.
1: Ryback: The fans love this guy, regardless of his inability to sell and lack of in-ring polish. His inclusion in the Survivor Series matchup will continue to give him the experience he needs to become a better performer.\
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