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Post-All Out AEW roster rankings: Archer, Santana & Ortiz move up


AEW has revealed their first set of post-All Out roster rankings.

After winning Saturday's Casino Battle Royale, Lance Archer is officially ranked first in the men's division. Archer will challenge Jon Moxley for the AEW World Championship at some point in the future.

Moxley retained his title against MJF in the main event of All Out. MJF is now ranked third in the men's division.

The women's division rankings are unchanged from last week. Hikaru Shida retained her AEW Women's Championship against Thunder Rosa at All Out.

FTR are the new AEW Tag Team Champions after defeating Kenny Omega & Hangman Page at All Out. Omega & Page are now ranked as the top contenders in the division.

The Young Bucks defeated Jurassic Express at All Out. Santana & Ortiz have now taken Jurassic Express' place at fifth in the tag team rankings.

Here are this week's full rankings:

Men's division --

Champions: AEW World Champion Jon Moxley (17-0 singles record in 2020, 23-2-1 overall record), TNT Champion Brodie Lee (6-1 singles record in 2020, 9-2 overall record)

  1. Lance Archer (13-1 singles record in 2020, 13-1 overall record)
  2. Brian Cage (7-1 singles record in 2020, 7-2 overall record)
  3. MJF (8-1 singles record in 2020, 13-3 overall record)
  4. Cody (18-2 singles record in 2020, 26-7-1 overall record)
  5. Scorpio Sky (7-2 singles record in 2020, 25-11 overall record)

Women's division --

Champion: Hikaru Shida (17-1 singles record in 2020, 22-7 overall record)

  1. Nyla Rose (8-2 singles record in 2020, 15-6 overall record)
  2. Big Swole (8-3 singles record in 2020, 10-8 overall record)
  3. Abadon (5-1 singles record in 2020, 5-1 overall record)
  4. Penelope Ford (7-5 singles record in 2020, 9-8 overall record)
  5. Britt Baker (4-6 singles record in 2020, 13-10 overall record)

Tag team division --

Champions: FTR (8-0 tag team record in 2020, 8-2 overall record for Dax Harwood, 8-2 overall record for Cash Wheeler)

  1. Kenny Omega & Hangman Page (12-1 tag team record in 2020, 30-10 overall record for Omega, 21-11 overall record for Page)
  2. Best Friends (14-6 tag team record in 2020, 22-17 overall record for Trent Barreta, 21-15 overall record for Chuck Taylor)
  3. The Young Bucks (7-3 tag team record in 2020, 22-12 overall record for Nick Jackson, 22-12 overall record for Matt Jackson)
  4. The Natural Nightmares (6-2 tag team record in 2020, 16-9 overall record for Dustin Rhodes, 11-12 overall record for QT Marshall)
  5. Santana & Ortiz (7-4 tag team record in 2020, 15-13 overall record for Santana, 15-13 overall record for Ortiz)