While no titles changed hands at Survivor Series on Sunday, the balance of power certainly shifted in WWE. CM Punk retained the WWE Championship to extend his reign to one year, but it took help from NXT Wrestling stars Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns, and that figures to be the talk of the company for weeks to come.
Punk, John Cena and Ryback also put on a great match at Survivor Series, but there is plenty else worth mentioning as well. Sheamus and Big Show went at it in another rough-and-tumble affair that succeeded in making both men look strong, while Dolph Ziggler finally got a big win by being the sole survivor in the five-on-five elimination match against Team Foley.
The past week has been a good one for the WWE in terms of utilizing the entire roster too. Essentially every meaningful superstar was featured on Sunday's card, and the vast majority of them wrestled on Raw to boot. With so many wrestlers being used on a more regular basis, there were certainly a lot more options with regards to the power rankings this week.
Here are my power rankings of the top 25 superstars in WWE for the week beginning on Nov. 18. Keep in mind that the rankings are based on entertainment value and overall execution rather than kayfabe factors such as wins and losses.