Yep, another new feature! It’s the NXT Top 10! We’re ranking the Top 10 superstars on WWE’s NXT brand each week.
Rankings are based on wins and losses, with extra points given when titles are involved. Rankings are based on the last 10 weeks of NXT TV and any Takeovers that may entail. Weekly scores depreciate, so, for example a win this week is worth more than a win a month ago.
Your first weekly #1 is NXT Champion Adam Cole. Cole’s prophecy came true last week as all of his Undisputed Era is draped in gold, thanks to #4 Roderick Strong defeating #2 Velveteen Dream for the North American Title. Undisputed Era will do anything to hold on to those belts, including not defend them – hence the NXT Tag Team Champions being left out of this week’s Top 10.
The Bruiserweight Pete Dunne has been making some noise on this side of the pond lately, coming in at #3 thanks to another big win on the NXT USA premier last week. Will this momentum take him to NXT gold in the US?
#5 Cameron Grimes has been scoring win after win. It almost makes you wonder who really won the Breakout Tournament.
The back half of the Top 10 is heavy on NXT’s female competitors. NXT Women’s Champ Shayna Baszler continues her unprecedented reign at #5, but Mia Yim and Io Sharai are both constant threats at #6 and #8. Both lost on the NXT USA premier though to a game Candice LaRae.
Breezango rank #8. They have been racking up wins since their return to Full Sail, including last night. And everyone’s favorite Raw hosts, former NXT Tag Champs The Street Profits coast in at #10. The duo hasn’t appeared in an NXT ring in over a month, so they shouldn’t be getting too comfortable in the Top 10.