WWE Superstar Power Rankings for 6/30/2014: Post-Money in the Bank Edition

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WWE Superstar Power Rankings for 6/30/2014: Post-Money in the Bank Edition
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With WWE Money in the Bank 2014 in the books, we have a new WWE World Heavyweight Champion and a new Mr. Money in the Bank. We also saw two championships retained at the event.

The clock is now ticking for Seth Rollins, who has 365 days to cash in his Money in the Bank contract. John Cena, your new WWE World Heavyweight champion, had better watch out, because Rollins is as tough a competitor as anyone who as ever held the briefcase.

We'll get into all the action from Money in the Bank and more in the following slides. Before we do, though, please read how these rankings work.

Holding a championship, being a No. 1 contender or holding a Money in the Bank briefcase counts for much of a wrestler's ranking and are therefore the most heavily weighted components in these rankings. If a wrestler is tied with another wrestler, holding a title will be a tiebreaker.

Wins and losses account for the bulk of the week-to-week movement—wins and losses are, after championships, the most important component of the rankings. The quality of a wrestler's opponents and whether they are ranked or not is considered in the week-to-week movement.  

"Getting the better" of someone—like beating someone down—as well as "getting got" also counts, though not as much as wins and losses. Being "over" with the fans is considered, but not heavily weighted in the ranking decisions. Pay-per-view performances take on added importance.  

Only the Top 10 wrestlers are ranked. Wrestlers on the "Watch List" were considered for Top 10 status but were ultimately nixed. They are unranked, and their listing is in no particular order.  

Generally speaking, these rankings do not break kayfabe, though any major non-storyline information (serious injury, WWE Wellness Policy violations, legitimate hirings, firings, contract information, "sabbaticals," etc.) may be taken into consideration, especially if WWE confirms them publicly. Nothing that could be explicitly considered a spoiler is included, unless WWE acknowledges it as well.

All WWE shows, televised or digitally distributed, as well as anything from WWE.com, the WWE App, the WWE Network and any WWE or Superstar social media accounts that don't break kayfabe may be taken into consideration for these rankings.

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