In order to get the rankings, I created a point system that would give a clear description of why the wrestler is ranked the way that they are. Also note that I considered main-event matches and title matches separately, but if a wrestler was in a main event that was also a title match, they got points for both, the only case where a wrestler gets points in two categories at once.
Fight in WM: two points. This is the participation award since it is a difficult for a wrestler to make it to WrestleMania—so by having a regular non-title match, but not winning it, they get two points.
Win in WM: five points. This is simple enough: You win your non-title match, you get five points.
Fight in MITB: five points. Since there could be multiple wrestlers in the MITB match, a wrestler gets five points for participation.
Win in MITB: 15 points. With how difficult it is to win the MITB, the wrestler who does win gets a nice bump in points by getting 15.
Fight in European/tag/cruiserweight/hardcore title match: five points (title level one).
Win in European/tag/cruiserweight/hardcore title match:10 points.
Fight in IC/US/ECW title match: 10 points (title level 2).
Win in IC/US/ECW title match: 15 points.
Fight in World title match: 15 points.
Win in World title match: 20 points.
Fight in main event: 20 points. The biggest honor a wrestler can have bestowed upon them is being able to wrestle in the main event of the biggest show of the year.
Win in main event: 25 points. The biggest accomplishment a wrestler can have at WrestleMania, only to be topped if it's also a title match, or the wrestler somehow finds a way to break the Undertaker's streak.
Fights ending in a no contest or draw are counted as a win for both competitors.
Fights ending in double DQ or countout count as a loss for both competitors.