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WWE.com, in conjunction with the Academy of Wrestling Arts & Sciences (AWAS), ranks the Top 25 Superstars in WWE each week with Power Rankings. The rankings are based on victories, quality of opponents, momentum and overall in-ring dominance, as well as intangibles. Be sure to check back every Saturday for the latest Power Rankings. Here are the rankings for February 27, 2016.


Kane (Last Week: N/A)

The Devil’s Favorite Demon revisited a page from his tag team playbook by aligning with Big Show against The Wyatt Family to successful results at WWE Fastlane. Unfortunately, their third partner, Ryback, turned out to be a wild card.


Big Show (Last Week: N/A)

Rivals learn quickly that they won’t like Big Show when the 7-foot Superstar is angry. The World’s Largest Athlete must be furious with Ryback after Raw and his showing against Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens on SmackDown.


Brie Bella (Last Week: 23)

Brie Bella’s bid to become Divas Champion once more ended abruptly at WWE Fastlane, though the challenger put up one heck of a fight against current titleholder Charlotte. The Divas division should still watch out for Brie Mode.


Neville (Last Week: 16)

Neville may want to reconsider going it alone after his tag team exploits on Raw and SmackDown ended in defeat, capped by The Man That Gravity Forgot ending his week on the wrong end of a Brogue Kick by Sheamus.


Ryback (Last Week: 22)

So did The Big Guy walk away on Raw from his ongoing frustrations with The Wyatt Family, or walk out on his partners Kane and Big Show? Either way, Ryback doesn’t want any help, as he demonstrated on WWE Main Event against Tyler Breeze.


The Dudley Boyz (Last Week: 19)

D-Von Dudley displayed a taste of The Dudley Boyz’ newfound aggression on SmackDown by defeating Jimmy Uso, albeit with a little help from Bubba Ray. When The Dudley Boyz take things to the extreme, things turn awfully dangerous.

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