With the latest stops on the road to WrestleMania complete, and the card for the "Grandaddy of Them All" finally figuring itself out, several top WWE Superstars had tremendous weeks.
The rivalry between The Undertaker and CM Punk took center stage on Raw, fueled by the real-life passing of the legendary Paul Bearer. Alberto Del Rio and Jack Swagger continued their animosity heading into MetLife Stadium on April 7 and The Shield officially challenged Randy Orton, Sheamus and a partner of their choosing to a bout at the biggest show of the year.
John Cena and The Rock were nowhere to be found on either show, unless you count a high-quality video package, while Brock Lesnar made a statement in accepting Triple H's challenge for a rematch at WrestleMania.
It was a week that featured a lot of good, a fair amount of bad and a segment so ridiculous it has to be seen to be believed. These are the Superstars who made the week of March 11 what it was and these are their rankings.
Rankings are based on win-loss record as well as upward and downward momentum. If a Superstar is not on any of the WWE's top three programs (Raw, Main Event, SmackDown), making an appearance in a match or promo, that Superstar will be left out of the rankings.