With the formation of the League of Nations stable, a hefty card and an appearance from ECW legend Tommy Dreamer, there was plenty to take in.
Check out this week’s RAW Power Rankings to see how the actions of Roman Reigns at Survivor Series continue to play an integral role on the WWE Universe with TLC just two weeks away.
Honorable Mention: Rusev: His segment on Miz TV makes him pertinent again. The question, however, is can he and Lana make the most of this and get in either the Intercontinental or the United States title picture? The jury is out on that one. A feud with Ryback isn’t exactly a vote of confidence either.
Divas: Charlotte Flair: Her “heel” turn was the coolest moment of this week’s RAW.
5: Dolph Ziggler: His win over Tyler Breeze this week on RAW simply puts him back in the black. He’s still a wonderful performer and one capable of anything he wants, but he’s languishing in the mid-card, just a year after saving the WWE from The Authority. Could this angle with Breeze be the thing that gets him back in World Title contention?
4: The Dudley Boys: With Tommy Dreamer by their side, Bully Ray and Devon got the upper hand on the Wyatt Family, but can they keep it? With age not on their side and the sheer power of the Wyatt Family, Team 3D has a big mountain to climb moving forward.
3: Alberto Del Rio: He’s in phenomenal shape and his alliance with Zeb Colter, although a weird one, has paid dividends. His win over Goldust this week and continued feud with Jack Swagger may not win him a Slammy, but he’s playing a big role in the middle of the RAW and Smackdown card right now.
2: Roman Reigns: The fans are beginning to realize he’s their best bet with so many injuries to the so many veterans on the roster but does he have what it takes to regain the WWE World Heavyweight Championship?
1: Sheamus: He needed the help of his new League of Nations stablemates Wade Barrett, Alberto Del Rio and Rusev, but he’s still WWE World Heavyweight Champion.