Another week, another round of changes in the WWE Power Rankings. This week, the firing of Cody Rhodes has upset the applecart and caused some changes in the top 10.
The top five saw little movement, but the other slots saw some changes.
And just in case you're new, here's how the Power Rankings work. Wins and losses account for much of the week-to-week movement up or down. "Getting the better" of someone counts almost as much as a win, and "getting got" (to quote R-Truth) counts almost as much as a loss.
Holding a title, being a No. 1 Contender, or holding a Money in the Bank Briefcase can help give a wrestler an edge over competition, but does not guarantee a spot in the top 10. And only the top 10 are ranked. The Watch List consists of wrestlers who were considered for top-10 status, but were ultimately nixed.
OK, so on to the Watch List...