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WWE RAW Superstar Rankings for August 1

Hello all, I figured I should explain how I will go about doing these rankings. My goal is not to do a power ranking based on opinion, but more so on logic. Now that the rosters are organized onto the two shows, we have a clear idea of who we should be seeing every Monday or Tuesday night.

We also should be able to easily organize each roster into divisions. The divisions include Upper Card, Lower Card, Tag Team and Women. We would also have the Cruiserweight Division on RAW once that starts up. I will organize my rankings into their respected divisions and base rankings on statistics such as wins, losses, level of opponent (Zayn is a mid-carder but fought Rollins so a loss won’t affect him as badly as a loss to a fellow mid-carder), and appearances (being in promos shouldn’t hurt a superstar as they are still being featured on the show).

Hopefully this ranking style works for you guys, let me know in the comments if you have any recommendations.

RAW Roster Rankings (8/2/2016)

Upper Card

  1. Seth Rollins

7/25- Still the #1 Draft Pick and face of RAW despite losing at Battleground.

8/1- Defeated Sami Zayn.

  1. Finn Balor

7/25- Two wins in his RAW debut leads to a WWE Universal title shot against Rollins at Summerslam.

8/1- Promo with Rollins and sent a message by knocking Seth out of the ring.

  1. Brock Lesnar

7/25- Despite being a part timer, Lesnar is being marketed for a huge dream match against Randy Orton at Summerslam.

8/1- Promo with Paul Heyman ended by an RKO, ooouutttaaa nooowwhherreeeee.

Women’s Division

  1. Sasha Banks

7/25- The Boss becomes the 2nd WWE Womens Champion since Mania after knocking off Charlotte with the Bank Statement.

8/1- Opens RAW w/ promo and tag match vs Charlotte.

  1. Charlotte

7/25- Held the Divas & Women’s title for quite some time since defeating Nikki Bella and was the first woman chosen in the draft. She will have plenty of rematches with Sasha in the near future.

8/1- Defeated Sasha Banks in inter-gender tag match.

  1. Nia Jax

7/25- Gets to knock off a jobber in her RAW debut, creative is clearly behind her being Sasha’s first challenger after Charlotte.

8/1- Another jobber victory.

  1. Dana Brooke

8/1- Assisted Charlotte in mixed tag match vs Sasha Banks

  1. Paige, Alicia Fox, Summer Rae

– None have yet to compete on RAW since Battleground.

Tag Team Division

  1. The New Day

7/25- Longest reigning Tag Team Champs in WWE history, ambushed by Gallows & Anderson. I’m not calling them The Club.

8/1- Short match w/ Gallows & Anderson ends in a beat down.

  1. Gallows & Anderson

7/25- Gallows and Anderson who challenge the New Day.

8/1- Despite a loss to Gallows & Anderson, the duo beat down the New Day.

  1. Enzo & Cass

7/25- After a 6 man tag victory at Battleground, Enzo and Cass get to squash Shining Stars.

8/1- Open show in a mixed tag match w/ Charlotte and Sasha Banks.

  1. The Golden Truth

7/25- The team was briefly featured last night and will like be a weekly comic relief floating around the tag team mid-card.

8/1- More comic relief, lost their match but didn’t matter.

  1. Shining Stars

7/25- Their push died the moment they walked onto an entrance ramp. They were squashed by Enzo and Cass.

8/1- Defeated Golden Truth but were overshadowed by their opponents’ antics.

  1. Dudley Boyz

7/25 & 8/1 – Nothing for the vets yet.


  1. Rusev

7/25- U.S. Champ knocked off everyone’s favorite broski at Battleground. And he has Lana.

8/1- Defeats Mark Henry in a title defense, encountered by Roman Reigns afterwards. Huge feud.

  1. Roman Reigns

7/25- Lost the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match at Battleground. Nearly became #1 contender by winning his Fatal 4 Way match but lost final match of the night to NXT call-up Finn Balor.

8/1- After a long run on the upper card, Reigns shows up to challenge Rusev for the U.S. Title.

  1. Sami Zayn

7/25- Night after defeating Kevin Owens, Zayn is involved in one of two Fatal 4 Way matches to compete for WWE Universal Title.

8/1- Defeated by Seth Rollins in a good match.

  1. Cesaro

7/25- Competes in one of two Fatal 4 Way matches to determine who competes for WWE Universal Title.

8/1- Defeats Sheamus in a match where Mick Foley said the winner would receive a future title shot.

  1. Chris Jericho

7/25- Competes in one of two Fatal 4 Way matches to determine who competes for WWE Universal Title.

8/1- Opened RAW with a promo and mixed tag match. Defeated Sasha Banks & Enzo Amore.

  1. Kevin Owens

7/25- Competes in one of two Fatal 4 Way matches to determine who competes for WWE Universal Title.

8/1- Jumps on commentary to start RAW, no match.

  1. Sheamus

7/25- Competes in one of two Fatal 4 Way matches to determine who competes for WWE Universal Title.

8/1- Lost a match to Cesaro where Mick Foley said the winner would receive a future title shot.

  1. Braun Strowman

7/25- Nearly killed a jobber

8/1- Another jobber defeat. Strowman getting the Goldberg push.

  1. Darren Young w/ Bob Backlund

7/25- Competed against The Miz for the Intercontinental Championship and wasn’t defeated clean.

8/1- Defeated by former tag partner Titus O’Neil, beat O’Neil down backstage after the match.

  1. Titus O’Neil

8/1- Defeated Darren Young, beat down by Young backstage after the match.

  1. Neville

7/25- Made his comeback and scored a victory over Curtis Axel. Will also likely be the King of the Cruiserweight division.

  1. Mark Henry

8/1- Competed for U.S. Championship against Rusev but lost.

  1. Curtis Axel

7/25- Lost a squash match to Neville

  1. Jinder Mahal

8/1- Made his return by defeating Heath Slater

  1. Big Show, Jack Swagger, Bo Dallas

– None appeared on RAW

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