The week that was in World Wrestling Entertainment has come, and gone and we are now one step closer to April 7 and the 29th WrestleMania.
Triple H and Brock Lesnar are now officially set to compete in a No Holds Barred match, in which "The Game's" Hall of Fame-worthy career will be at stake.
Ryback was pulled from the six-man tag team match against The Shield and put into a match against The World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry. Fear not, however, because Randy Orton and Sheamus would find a suitable replacement in the form of a seven-foot, 441-pound giant named the Big Show.
The path to WrestleMania for Chris Jericho and newcomer Fandango was made clear, while Kane and Daniel Bryan found out who they would be defending their WWE Tag Team Championship against.
Which Superstars rose and fell in this week's rankings? Was Dolph Ziggler able to keep his (controversial) spot near the top? Would No. 1 contender Jack Swagger be able to ride momentum to become the first superstar to rank first two times in a row? Or would returns from Triple H and Brock Lesnar, the continuation of the CM Punk-Undertaker saga and the winning ways of the Randy Orton-Sheamus duo switch things up at the top?
Find out inside.
Rankings are based on win-loss record, performance in promos and backstage segments, upward and downward momentum and the overall impact a performer had on that week's programming. If a superstar does not appear on either Raw, Main Event or SmackDown, in a match, promo or backstage segment, they will not appear in the rankings. Consider it "The Rock rule."