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AEW releases first official top-five division rankings


AEW releases first official top-five division rankings

The Men’s, Women’s, and Tag division received their first official rankings.

All Elite Wrestling aims to bring something new to wrestling fans, something that they won’t find with WWE. One of those new offerings is a product that puts a heavy focus on the athletic performance and competition, more specifically the win/loss records of their talent.

From the first episode of Dynamite the company has made their talent’s win/loss ratio a big part of the conversation on social media, in-ring promos, and via the announce team. AEW’s website’s roster page displays each talent’s singles, tag, trios, and overall win/loss record.

Friday evening the company took it a step further by releasing their first ever official division rankings. You can view them below:

Men’s division:

#1. Cody Rhodes
#2. PAC
#3. Hangman Adam Page
#4. Kenny Omega
#5. Jon Moxley

Women’s division:

#1. Emi Sakura
#2. Britt Baker
#3. Hikaru Shida
#4. Allie
#5. Nyla Rose

Tag Team division:

#1. The Lucha Bros.
#2. Private Party
#3. The Young Bucks
#4. Dark Order
#5. Best Friends

Full Gear will stream live on the BR/Live streaming platform Saturday November 9 at 8pm ET. The pre-show is free to view and airs at 7pm ET. Full Gear is AEW’s first PPV of the Dynamite era.

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