WWE RAW Power Rankings: JeriKORidin’ High

Following the events of a lukewarm Clash of Champions event, this week’s RAW needed to have some “sizzle.” It did not. With no new storylines and very little else besides squash and matches that were predictable, this was a passable RAW at best.

Check out this week’s RAW Power Rankings to see who left the first RAW after Clash of Champions with something to brag about.

Honorable Mention: Sheamus and Cesaro: The new tag team is all about power and with their battling egos, they should be a ton of fun to watch.

5: Roman Reigns: The newly-crowned United States Champion left his first RAW with the title, with the title. That’s a good start. The fact that he was selling for Rusev and using maneuvers like Snapmares is also a good step in the right direction.

4: The New Day: With Gallows and Anderson seemingly vanquished for now, the hilarious trio will have to face off with Sheamus and Cesaro. And we know, they ain’t booty.

3: TJ Perkins: He’s got a lot of growing to do on the mic, but in the ring, Perkins has everything you’d want from a cruiserweight champion.

2: Seth Rollins: He’s playing the injured face well and it’s only a matter of time until he gets his hands on Kevin Owens again.

1: Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho: This best friend team is riding high after wins at Clash of Champions and RAW. As of right now, they’re the most entertaining duo in wrestling.

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