Check out this week’s RAW Power Rankings to see who’s on a roll before No Mercy.
Honorable Mention: Jason Jordan: For two weeks in a row, Jordan held his own with a monster superstar, but wasn’t able to get the win. Regardless, you’ve got to love what he brings to the table every night.
5: Elias Sampson: Another dominating win this week on RAW makes sure that everyone knows that Sampson is capable of a lot more. For the time being, however, being an up and coming star will have to suffice.
4: Brock Lesnar: He’s still the Beast, but Strowman has his number.
3: The Miz: He continues to be the best pure heel on the RAW roster. In terms of a sports entertainer, there may not be a better one on the card.
2: John Cena: He’s ready to cut Roman Reigns down to size. He’s already done it on the mic, but can he do it in the ring at No Mercy? Right now, all signs point to yes. If anyone is capable of teaching Reigns a lesson, it’s Cena. Regardless of what Braun Strowman did to him this week, Cena is still the most important piece to the RAW puzzle.
1: Braun Strowman: The Monster Among Men continues to make an example of Brock Lesnar- and John Cena, whenever he wants.
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