Final preparations are underway on the Road to WrestleMania, and this past week, the card for the "Showcase of the Immortals" became crystal clear. It was announced that Wade Barrett would defend his Intercontinental Championship against The Miz while, in eight-person tag action, Brodus Clay, Tensai and the Funkadactyls will meet Team Rhodes Scholars and the Bella Twins.
The Rock returned to WWE television and had a face-to-face with John Cena that was moderated by a panel of both current and future Hall of Famers. Four days later, "The Great One" told a story and was interrupted by a familiar face.
The Undertaker got physical for the first time since his return, attacking CM Punk and giving him a slight sampler of what he can expect come April 7 at WrestleMania 29. Triple H discussed his No Holds Barred match with Brock Lesnar, a match in which his career is on the line, before leaving Wade Barrett with something to remember him by.
Speaking of Barrett, The Miz picked up a big win prior to their match for the Intercontinental champion in just over a week while Chris Jericho and Fandango saw their new-found rivalry become more heated. Team Hell No rolled, Dolph Ziggler cooled down and Antonio Cesaro...yodeled?
It was a busy week for WWE's top Superstars. Where does their hard work get them in this week's WWE power rankings?
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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."