After a post-WrestleMania hiatus, the WWE Power Rankings return to Bleacher Report.
This past week, World Wrestling Entertainment traveled to the United Kingdom for Raw and SmackDown. John Cena and Ryback continued their build toward the WWE Championship match at Extreme Rules. The Shield crossed The Undertaker not once, but twice, and was still left standing tall at week's end.
Triple H shut up Paul Heyman, Fandango continued to roll with wins on both premier WWE programs, and Randy Orton, Sheamus, Big Show and Mark Henry continued to be intertwined in a rivalry with no real direction heading into WWE's most extreme event of the year.
Which Superstar had the best week? Which ones can only hope to put the past seven days in the rear-view window?
Find out inside.
Rankings are compiled based on a number of factors such as a Superstar's win-loss record, appearances during in-ring promo segments and quality of wins or losses. For example: Daniel Bryan losing to CM Punk is a higher-quality loss (and more important one) than Mark Henry beating Zack Ryder. Also, a Triple H promo building to a main event match is more important and worthy of a higher ranking than Justin Gabriel beating Antonio Cesaro on Superstars.