The week of March 4 has come and gone, leaving a clearer picture of what WWE fans can expect April 7 at the MetLife Stadium for Wrestlemania 29.
The show's marquee matches have been announced, and its mid-card has finally begun to take shape. The Rock and John Cena will headline the show in a rematch of their Wrestlemania 28 classic. Triple H will look to get revenge for the suffering Brock Lesnar put him and WWE chairman Vince McMahon through.
CM Punk will become the latest in a long line of competitors to try to end the undefeated streak of the Undertaker, while Alberto Del Rio will attempt to preserve his title reign against the challenge of anti-immigration, "Real American" Jack Swagger.
Those matches are four weeks away.
How did the top superstars in WWE fair this week? Who moved up and down in the WWE Power Rankings? Will there be a new number one for the third consecutive week?
Find out here.
Rankings will be determined based on a superstar's, or tag team's, win-loss record throughout the week, their upward or downward momentum and their overall impact on WWE.
These rankings will be compiled based on objectivity and without personal preference.