Power 25 du 12 Juillet 2008
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TRIPLE H (10)
The Game seems to be running strong. On SmackDown he faced Chavo Guerrero and won quite convincingly. With The Great American Bash right around the corner, Triple H looks like he'll be in top form.
CM PUNK (9)
CM Punk is proving to be a fighting champion. After defending his newly-won title last week against JBL, this week he faced Snitsky in a non-title match and prevailed.
The Animal won a huge match on Monday as he was able to pin Kane during the Fatal Four Way main event on Raw. Now, Batista will challenge for the World Heavyweight Title at The Great American Bash.
Just as Big Show was about to deliver a devastating Con-Chair-To to Edge, SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero saved Edge. At The Great American Bash, he better hope to be that lucky again.
The United States Championship is a much sought after title, and there is no better man to defend it then a fighting champion like Matt Hardy. He has plenty of contenders that are ready to vie for that title.
Kane may have been on the losing end of the Fatal Four Way on Raw, but what happened after the match is much more interesting. What was Kane talking about and what will he do next?
There was no Thunder Clap on Monday, and that was thanks to Paul Burchill. After Kingston defeated Charlie Haas, Burchill attacked the Intercontinental Champion from behind and gave him a Curb Stomp.
Nobody has been able to step up and give the Moscow Mauler a serious challenge. He seems to be steam rolling through all of his opponents leaving us questioning who will be next.
Big Show used his impressive size and power in mandhandling former World Heavyweight Champion Edge. Before he could seal the deal with a Con-Chair-To though, Vickie Guerrero stopped the match.
SmackDown's Ballin' Superstar has every reason to smile right now. He didn't even have to lift a finger to get Mr. Kennedy to shut up, and to get the last laugh on SmackDown.
John Cena may not have earned a title match at The Great American Bash, but he certainly gained a little revenge against JBL after Cena and Cryme Tyme redecorated JBL's limousine as they saw fit.
The World's Strongest Champion certainly is so, and he proved himself worthy of wearing the ECW Title on Tuesday after dismantling Tommy Dreamer and retaining his championship.
Y2J was out of action this week and we wouldn't be surprised if he was out of breath, too. He did a lot of talking, but we want to see if he can put his money where his mouth is in July.
After weeks out of action for Shawn Michaels, he finally confronted Chris Jericho on Raw, accepting his challenge for The Great American Bash, surely looking for redemption.
The Women's Champion picked up a win in tag team action with Raw's newest Diva, Kelly Kelly. After beating Katie Lea Burchill at Night of Champions, we wonder what is next for Mickie James.
Due to the Legend Thriller's lack of action this week, he drops a spot on the P25. We're sure that it won't be long before we see him in action again using his high-risk style to secure a win.
Mr. Kennedy had a rough week on SmackDown. Despite beating Domino, he was blindsided by Umaga as he made his way to the locker room area after having words with MVP.
Natalya is definitely trying to prove a point and has her eyes set on becoming the first ever Divas Champion. She proved it even further this week by winning her tag team match on SmackDown.
Chavo found out just how far family will go for each other, which is seemingly not very far. His attempt to take advantage of his relationship with SmackDown's GM lead him to an embarassing loss against The Game.
Umaga may not have had a match, but he sure left a mark on Mr. Kennedy on SmackDown. As Kennedy was making his way to the locker room after defeating Domino, the Samoan Bulldozer attacked.
After losing her match on SmackDown, Michelle McCool received a beat down from Natalya. Things are not looking good for the All-American Girl as the match for the new Divas Championship approaches.