The AEW rankings return! How does the AEW roster stack up following the second episode of AEW Dynamite?
Rankings are based on wins and losses and title matches on AEW Dynamite and PPVs. Weekly scores depreciate, so, for example a win this week is worth more than a win a month ago.
AEW Women’s Champion Riho is on top again this week. Riho teamed with Britt Baker on Dynamite for a victory over the team of Bea Priestley and Emi Sakura. Nyla Rose is still breathing down Riho’s neck though. Nyla wasn’t active on Dynamite, so she falls to #6 this week.
AEW World Champion Chris Jericho jumps to #2 this week, swapping spots with #3 Adam Page. Jericho teamed with #9 Sammy Guevara to defeat Hangman and Dustin Rhodes in this week’s Dynamite main event. Guevara makes his Top 10 debut this week, and his association with Jericho’s
Also shockingly losing this week was the Young Bucks. The Bucks went down to Private Party in the first round of the AEW Tag Team Title tournament. The Party make their Top 10 debut this week at #7. The Bucks are up two spots to #4 in spite of the loss, mostly due to a lot of inactivity from guys like Cody and Kenny Omega. Both fall a spot this week.
Is it just me or is The Elite not looking that elite in the Dynamite era?
Finally, Darby Allin makes his Top 10 debut at #10 this week. Allin defeated Jimmy Havoc in an AEW World Title #1 Contender’s match on Dynamite.