UPDATE NOTE: Voting has closed. Check out the inaugural WWE Power Rankings at the following link.
Unlike the Power 25 that ranks the 25 best superstars on WWE.com every week, the Bleacher Report WWE Power Rankings will be voted on by the fans instead of some bogus Academy of Wrestling Arts and Sciences the WWE claims to use in their rankings.
To vote, simply drop down to the comments section of this article and list from No. 1 to No. 20 who you think should be included in the first B/R WWE Power Rankings, which will be released this Saturday.
While a large portion of fans here on B/R avoid spoilers for Smackdown so they can watch Friday night, be sure to come back to this article and place your vote after Smackdown concludes tonight.
After winning the Six-Pack Challenge match Monday on Raw SuperShow, does Chris Jericho debut at No. 1 in the rankings since he now gets to enter the Raw Elimination Chamber as the sixth and final participant on Feb. 19 ?
As the winner of the 2012 Royal Rumble continues to roll in recent weeks, how far up the rankings will Sheamus climb as he waits to see who will emerge as champion from the two Elimination Chamber matches in nine days?
Following his match with the Big Show Monday night on Raw, where will Daniel Bryan land in the rankings after his count-out loss to his rival Monday and his match with Randy Orton on tonight’s Smackdown?
As these are the first power rankings, you can also voice your opinion on what this new weekly staple of the WWE section should be named as we go forward in the upcoming months.
With that said, be sure to make your voice heard and vote in the inaugural B/R WWE Power Rankings.
Chris Humphrey is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can become a fan of him on Facebook or follow him on Twitter at @_CBH_.