The ROH Top 10 is back for another week of rankings! Where does everyone sit after the Death Before Dishonor Fallout show?
Each week, we’ll be ranking the top 10 wrestlers and teams in ROH, based on wins and losses and title matches on ROH TV and PPVs. Weekly scores depreciate, so, for example a win this week is worth more than a win a month ago.
Former ROH World Champion Matt Taven is on top again this week. Taven didn’t wrestle on the DBD Fallout show, but he did cut a babyface promo with The Kingdom. Looks like Taven may be finally endearing himself to the ROH faithful.
New ROH World Champion RUSH jumps to #2 this week. RUSH was also absent from DBD Fallout, but he wasn’t medically cleared to compete. Let’s hope the new champ can get back in there soon.
ROH World Six Man Tag Team Champs Villain Enterprises hold on to the #3 spot this week. The trio defeated Dragon Lee and the #5 Briscoes in a title match main event at DBD Fallout. The World Tag Team Champs hold on to #5 this week in spite of the loss. Quite an odd pairing for a 6-Man Tag Title shot.
World Television Champion Shane Taylor was absent from DBD Fallout. He falls to #4 this week. Meanwhile, Dak Draper won the 2019 Top Prospect Tournament, so Dak gets a shot at Shane’s title sometime soon.
Lifeblood holds on to the #6 spot this week. Tracy Williams defeated #7 Flip Gordon in a No DQ match at Fallout, while Mark Haskins came up short in the #1 Contender Tournament. Bandido was pulled from the card due to a knee injury. Not a great week for Lifeblood.
Jeff Cobb holds steady at #8 this week. He was involved in an 8-Man Tag match at Fallout, scoring the victory. Silas Young falls to #9 this week after taking the pinfall in that match.
Finally, Jay Lethal drops a spot to #10 this week. Lethal was supposed to face Bandido in the #1 Contender tourney but ended up with a win over PJ Black instead. It could be a long climb back to the top for the former 2x ROH champ.