Some places make power charts.
In this weekly series we identify three superstars (or groups of superstars) that are on the way up and three that move in the opposite direction. After a busy week that included some SNL boys declaring WrestleMania battle royal, US champion Samoa Jo lost another match, and Triple H jobbing on an envelope, a lot of fate were changed.
With this in mind let's see which stocks have increased most this week:
Stocks 3: Ricochet & Aleister Black
Aleister Black and Ricochet beat Raw tag team champs (Revival) in case someone forgets) once more in a match without a title this week (March 25) on Raw . Their exclusion from the current list of participants in the Royal Battle of the Giant Memorial could suggest that Ricochet and Black have a real chance to bring gold for the biggest show of the year.
t: Charlotte Flair
It's good to be your Queen. Charlotte Flier received another championship match and she won by defeating Asuka for the women's championship SmackDown . Believe it or not, it was Charlotte's first television victory in 201
Save # 1: New Day
Every New Day member had to break his butt and overcome the insurmountable odds to attract Kofi Kingston to the Match of the WWE Championship of WrestleMania 35 . The powerful visual image of these three partners who embrace their last cue with a cuff says all this.
Now we can see which stocks fell the most this week:
Stock Down 3: Carmella, Naomi, Mandy Rose, Sonya Devil
These four superstars were originally advertised for the first [ ] SmackDown to identify the aspirant of Asuka in WrestleMania but that did not happen. Their match was canceled and they were quietly transferred to a royal battle of the WrestleMania 35 . So much for SmackDown is the land of opportunity.
Stock Down # 2: Asuka
Two months ago, Asuka was at the top of the world when he forced Becky Lynch to join […] Royal Rumble . Since then, there have been almost all releases for the Empress of Tomorrow, and this week (March 26) the loss of the Women's Championship SmackDown has made it clear that Asuka is not in a prominent place this year. WrestleMania Plans . Now it's down to the battle "Creatively there's nothing for you" and it's kind of a complete thought on the big stage.
Up # 1: The Rifle
Asuka at least managed to take the fight for Charlotte Fleur and almost wins. Riot's team wishes to receive such a reservation. Instead they received three consecutive single games of Raw where two of their members lost in 85 seconds or less and the other (Ruby) was on the edge of the takeoff when the 85 second expired 85 seconds. It was a complete funeral right here, and it looks like it will continue the next week when the trio is again fed by the main three WrestleMania . Someone has to make the headliners look like stars, but being erased so quickly, it seems that the Riot detachment is a bunch of losers who do not even belong to the list.
Here it is, Cagesiders. Who do you think has changed most this week?