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Updated AEW top-five roster rankings

AEW's title challengers for Revolution top the final set of top-five roster rankings before this weekend's pay-per-view.

AEW released this week's roster rankings this morning. Jon Moxley, Kris Statlander, and The Young Bucks top their respective division's rankings ahead of their title matches at Revolution. The PPV is taking place at Wintrust Arena in Chicago, Illinois this Saturday.

Moxley will challenge Chris Jericho for the AEW World Championship at Revolution, Statlander is challenging Nyla Rose for the AEW Women's Championship, and The Young Bucks are challenging Kenny Omega & Hangman Page for the AEW Tag Team titles.

The full rankings for this week are listed below:

Men's division --

Champion: Chris Jericho (0-0 singles record in 2020, 10-1-1 overall record)

  1. Jon Moxley (6-0 singles record in 2020, 11-1-1 overall record)
  2. Cody Rhodes (3-0 singles record in 2020, 10-3-1 overall record)
  3. PAC (1-1 singles record in 2020, 6-5-1 overall record)
  4. Kenny Omega (0-0 singles record in 2020, 15-6 overall record)
  5. MJF (2-0 singles record in 2020, 6-1 overall record)

Women's division --

Champion: Nyla Rose (3-1 singles record in 2020, 7-4 overall record)

  1. Kris Statlander (2-1 singles record in 2020, 6-3 overall record)
  2. Riho (3-1 singles record in 2020, 11-3 overall record)
  3. Hikaru Shida (2-1 singles record in 2020, 7-4 overall record)
  4. Yuka Sakazaki (1-0 singles record in 2020, 1-2 overall record)
  5. Britt Baker (1-2 singles record in 2020, 8-6 overall record)

Tag team division --

Champions: Kenny Omega & Hangman Page (5-0 tag team record in 2020, 15-6 overall record for Omega, 11-8 overall record for Page)

  1. The Young Bucks (2-1 tag team record in 2020, 12-8 overall record for Nick Jackson, 12-7 overall record for Matt Jackson)
  2. SCU (2-2 tag team record in 2020, 15-6 overall record for Scorpio Sky, 14-5 overall record for Frankie Kazarian
  3. The Dark Order (3-0 tag team record in 2020, 7-2 overall record for Evil Uno, 7-2 overall record for Stu Grayson)
  4. Santana & Ortiz (0-1 tag team record in 2020, 7-5 overall record for Santana, 7-5 overall record for Ortiz)
  5. Best Friends (2-2 tag team record in 2020, 8-12 overall record for Trent Barreta, 7-9 overall record for Chuck Taylor)