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AEW releases first official top-five division rankings

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

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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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