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Despite the altercation on Monday night, it looks like it's good to be on Team Raw right now. With a win, Kofi took one step closer to returning to the top five on this week's list.
Punk got his wish with the Submission Match on SmackDown, but things didn't go the way he thought they would. Just days before his Fatal Four Way Match, Punk was dealt a loss by Undertaker.
The Miz wanted to prove to John Morrison that he isn't the "Marty Jannetty" of their former tag team, and he took a good step in proving that by defeating the real Jannetty on Raw.
It could be argued that Cody Rhodes did all the work for Swagger, but in the end, it was "The All-American American" who picked up the pin in the 10-Man Tag Team Match on Raw.
In what could possibly be John Cena's last match ever on Raw, the former champion fought valiantly against Triple H, but was unable to come away with a win, causing him to leave hanging his head.
Unfortunately for the Hollywood, Fla., native, he has nothing to brag about this week. When Ziggler's team lost on Friday night, he lost his chance to represent his brand as part of Team SmackDown.
The Big Red Monster may have lost on Friday night, but there is no denying the unique element he brings to Team SmackDown as a co-captain, and that might just be what they need to win.
Since heading to Friday nights, The Animal has been on a tear and continued that this week with a win alongside longtime friend Rey Mysterio. Things are definitely looking up for Batista.
Thanks to the duo of Mysterio & Batista, Team SmackDown's night was put on even shakier ground with co-captains Chris Jericho & Kane losing to The Master of the 619 & The Animal in tag team action.
The Women's Champion wasn't in action as she was preparing for a Six-Diva Tag Team Match against three of Raw's Divas. For this fact alone, McCool drops one spot down the list to No. 19.
After losing the Divas Championship to Jillian last week on Raw, Mickie James made her first full week as a member of the SmackDown roster a good one, picking up her first win on Friday night.
With the biggest win in his young career, Tatsu defeated Zack Ryder to become the No. 1 Contender to the ECW Championship. It will be interesting to see if Yoshi can capitalize on this golden opportunity.
In a hard-fought match against the woman she defeated for the Divas Championship, Melina successfully retained her title in a match against Jillian despite Chavo Guerrero attempting to interfere.
Though the Scottish Superstar was able to pick up a win against Matt Hardy & R-Truth Thursday night, McIntyre's team lost when it mattered most causing him to just be a spectator at WWE Bragging Rights.
Hardy breaks back onto the P25 this week after getting the pin allowing him, The Hart Dynasty, Finlay & R-Truth to head to WWE Bragging Rights as representatives for Team SmackDown.
The Englishman has had a rough few weeks, and now he's borderline dropping off the list. If things don't start looking up, Regal will be looking at the Farewell section of the POWER25.