Review Fix Pro Wrestling Power Rankings: Styles is Phenomenal

Check out this week’s Review Fix Pro Wrestling Power Rankings to see who starred in an important week that begins to shape the WWE leading to Summerslam

Honorable Mention: Drew MacIntyre: Has the massive scot ever been this motivated? Bobby Roode is in trouble. Big trouble.

5: Ariya Daivari: The Persian Lion’s win over Neville could be the beginning of his first real push in the WWE.

4: Colin Cassady: His beatdown on Enzo Amore and the Big Show improves his street credibility massively. Bottom line, he’s got to be in the hunt for the Intercontinental Title at some point this Fall if this keeps up.

3: The Bullet Club: With Cody Rhodes as ROH Champion, the Young Bucks as ROH Tag Team Champions and Hangman Page and Marty Scurll in the hunt for the ROH TV title, The Bullet Club has erased any doubt that they’re on the down swing.

2: The WWE Universal Title: While the belt hasn’t been booked properly and the thought of a Fatal Four-Way match is proof of that, the thought of having Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar in the ring at the same time is pretty damn cool.

1: AJ Styles: The new United States Champion continues to prove that he’s the best pound-for-pound performer in the world today. Although Jinder Mahal is the WWE World Champion, the feud between Kevin Owens and Styles means a heck of a lot more to the company.

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