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Ultimate WWE and AEW Power Rankings – November 6, 2023



It is time for another week of the Ultimate Power Rankings from both WWE and AEW. Who improved their stock from last week and who downgraded their position among the rest?

This set ranges from Monday (October 30) and to Sunday (November 5). This means that all the results and highlights from this week’s Raw, NXT, AEW Dynamite, SmackDown, AEW Rampage, and AEW Collision, as well as WWE’s Crown Jewel will play a factor in the rankings.

If a wrestler has a (+) next to their name, then that means that they moved up the rankings from last week’s edition. When there is a (-) next to their name, then that means that they moved down from the rankings from last week. If there is nothing next to their name, then that means that they stayed at the same spot.

Without further ado, let’s get into this week’s Power Rankings for WWE and AEW!


10. Sola Sikoa (NR)

The Bloodline’s Sikoa defeated John Cena at Crown Jewel in what was, to be honest, not a very good match. However, a win’s a win, and beating Cena is certainly a massive deal for the hopes and career of Sikoa.

9. Diamond Mine (NR)

The Creed Brothers, with Ivy Nile, are officially on the main roster, making their debut in a win against Alpha Academy in what was an excellent first impression matchup. The Creeds then followed that up with a Tables, Ladders, and Scares victory against Los Lotharios at NXT’s Halloween Havoc.

8. Cody Rhodes (NR)

Rhodes, once again, defeated Damian Priest in your typical Judgment Day vs Cody matchup. Crown Jewel served another victory for Rhodes, as he seemingly will be heading inside War Games to (hopefully) wrap up this LONG standing feud.

7. Sami Zayn (NR)

Zayn knocked off JD McDonagh on the kickoff show of Crown Jewel. However, the main interesting part was Zayn stealing Priest’s Money in the Bank briefcase. Who knows what’s in store. Maybe Zayn will challenge for the briefcase or maybe Priest just easily takes it back on the next episode of Raw. Only time will tell.

6. Logan Paul (NR)

There is a new United States Champion and that belongs to Logan Paul. Paul prevailed over incumbent champ Rey Mysterio in what was arguably the best match of Crown Jewel. Now, Paul is a champion in WWE and in my estimation has a great chance at bringing that title all the way into WrestleMania. It’s deserved as not only is Paul a big name in media, but he’s been nothing short of terrific in the ring.

5. Gunther (-3)

The Intercontinental Champion will await his next challenger as there will be a fatal 4 way #1 contender’s match on this upcoming Raw.

4. Ilja Dragunov (+2)

Dragunov retained his NXT championship over Carmelo Hayes at Halloween Havoc. After the win, he was then attacked by Baron Corbin, signaling an upcoming title collision between the two.

3. Seth Rollins (+4)

Rollins once again retained his title at Crown Jewel, beating Drew McIntyre. Whilst the match wasn’t anything to truly drive home about, Rollins is just a world champion and as time goes on, it’s looking more and more likely that Rollins will walk into WrestleMania with the belt still in his possession.

2. Damage CTRL (+2)

Damage CTRL may have just gotten stronger. Kairi Sane made her highly anticipated return at Crown Jewel, assisting IYO SKY in another retainment against Bianca Belair. However, tension may be on the rise as Bayley looked shocked and unaware of Sane’s involvement. Still, it’s great to see Sane back in WWE. She looked great, is great, and it will be great to see how WWE manages Damage CTRL now with SKY still the champ on SmackDown.

1. The Judgment Day

The Judgment Day maintain their grasp at #1. Rhea Ripley once again beat everyone in a fatal-5-way defense at Crown Jewel. And, Dominik Mysterio outlasted Nathan Frazer in a title match on Halloween Havoc. Despite their program with the other members of Raw being rather tiresome and predictable, there’s no question that The Judgment Day still overwhelmingly run Raw/WWE.


10. Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega (NR)

Jericho and Omega knocked off Matt Menard and Angelo Parker on Dynamite this week. The two continue to feud with The Don Callis Family whilst continuing their unlikely partnership.

9. Mark Briscoe (NR)

Briscoe is back on TV and he came away with a nice six-man tag team win on Collision. Next up for Briscoe is Jay White, as the former challenged White to a match for the upcoming Dynamite.

8. Christian Cage (-6)

Cage learned that his former friend Adam Copeland will team with Darby Allin and Luchasaurus at Full Gear. That six-man tag match, while the story has been going on for too long, is a great setting to have Copeland and Cage in the same ring with one another, before hopefully an eventual one-on-one contest.

7. Darby Allin (NR)

Allin defeated Lance Archer on Collision before his aforementioned matchup coming at Full Gear.

6. The Acclaimed (NR)

It was a busy week for The Acclaimed. The Trios Champs teamed with AEW World Champion MJF in the main event of Dynamite, losing to Bullet Club Gold. Caster though at least got the respect of MJF! Then on Collision, the trio celebrated 69 days as champions by a funny celebration and a successful title defense against Dalton Castle and The Boys.

5. Kris Statlander

Statlander didn’t compete this week but did however continue her storyline with Skyy Blue and Willow Nightingale. Despite Blue turning on Julia Hart, the story still has some momentum with Blue still coming after Statlander. The most interesting aspect is whether Nightingale will be turned heel. But for now, Statlander is still the TBS Champion and at least she is getting some storyline happening for her belt.

4. Hikaru Shida (+3)

Speaking of women champions, Shida retained over Nightingale on Dynamite. Shida’s title is in jeopardy at Full Gear, as she defends her title against the popular “Timeless” Toni Storm.

3. Mogul Embassy (NR)

The Mogul Embassy regained their ROH Six-Man Tag Team Championships over The Hung Bucks at Dynamite. Swerve Strickland then appeared on Collision to earn another victory, this time over his former friend AR Fox. Strickland’s been doing great work and his second chapter with Adam Page will take place at Full Gear.

2. Orange Cassidy (+1)

Cassidy checked off another retainment on Dynamite, crossing off Claudio Castagnoli. Now, Cassidy goes into the Full Gear PPV with another matchup with the man he lost his original reign to, Jon Moxley.

1. Bullet Club Gold

Bullet Club Gold continue to be a great act on TV. Jay White pinned MJF on Dynamite in the eight-man tag team match, and The Gunns won on Rampage. White probably will not beat MJF for the title, but with how good this group has been, you never know. At the very least I think The Gunns have a real good shot at beating MJF and a mystery partner for the ROH Tag Team titles at Full Gear.  

Top 20 Combo Power Rankings (WWE and AEW):

20. Chris Jericho and Kenny Omega (NR)

19. Solo Sikoa (NR)

18. Mark Briscoe (NR)

17. Diamond Mine (NR)

16. Christian Cage (-12)

15. Cody Rhodes (NR)

14. Darby Allin (NR)

13. Sami Zayn (NR)

12. The Acclaimed (NR)

11. Kris Statlander (-2)

10. Logan Paul (NR)

9. Gunther (-6)

8. Hikaru Shida (+4)

7. Ilja Dragunov (+6)

6. Seth Rollins (+8)

5. Mogul Embassy (NR)

4. Orange Cassidy (+1)

3. Damage CTRL (+5)

2. The Judgment Day (-1)

1. Bullet Club Gold (+1)

Who would you have in your Top 10 Power Rankings of both WWE and AEW? What would be your ultimate combo list? Let us know by leaving a comment down below!

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