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AEW reveals updated top-five roster rankings


AEW has revealed their third set of top-five roster rankings.

The rankings are released on Fridays. The first set was revealed on the night before Full Gear, with the second set being released last week.

Here are the updated rankings for each division:

Men's division --

  1. PAC (4-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
  2. Jon Moxley (3-0-1 singles record, 3-1-1 overall)
  3. Cody Rhodes (3-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
  4. Hangman Page (4-3 singles record, 5-5 overall)
  5. Kenny Omega (3-2 singles record, 6-4 overall)

Women's division --

  1. Hikaru Shida (3-1 singles record, 4-1 overall)
  2. Britt Baker (3-2 singles record, 6-3 overall)
  3. Emi Sakura (1-1 singles record, 2-3 overall)
  4. Nyla Rose (2-3 singles record, 3-3 overall)
  5. Allie (1-2 singles record, 3-2 overall)

Tag team division --

  1. The Lucha Bros (4-3 tag team record, 5-5 overall record for Pentagon Jr., 6-4 overall record for Fenix)
  2. The Young Bucks (4-3 tag team record, 7-4 overall record for Matt Jackson, 7-5 overall record for Nick Jackson)
  3. Private Party (4-4 tag team record, 4-6 overall)
  4. Santana & Ortiz (2-1 tag team record, 3-1 overall)
  5. The Dark Order (3-2 tag team record, 4-2 overall)

AEW World Champion Chris Jericho, AEW Women's Champion Riho, and AEW Tag Team Champions SCU (Scorpio Sky & Frankie Kazarian) aren't included in the rankings for their divisions due to being champions. Matches with unsanctioned stipulations also don't factor into the rankings.

Moxley moved up from fourth to second in the men's division after defeating Darby Allin on Dynamite this week. Allin fell out of the top five after the loss.

In a matchup of the top two contenders in the women's division, Shida defeated Baker on this week's Dynamite. Shida has moved up to first in the rankings, while Baker has fallen to second.

Santana & Ortiz were ranked second in the tag team division last week but are now fourth after their loss to Private Party on Dynamite. Private Party are third after not being ranked in the top five last Friday.