Power 25 du 14 Juin 2008
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In a match with repercussions that could have left Batista unemployed, The Animal won his match against The Great Khali and will face World Heavyweight Champion Edge at Night of Champions.
TRIPLE H (6)
Things are heating up between the Triple H and his Night of Champions foe, John Cena. On Raw, it even escalated to the point where Cena cost The Game his match against Jeff Hardy.
The World Heavyweight Champion was out of action this week on SmackDown but is still earning votes. The Ultimate Opportunist continues to live up to his nickname as he uses the powers of his GM
Kane was on the losing side of a tag team match this week for the WWE Tag Team Championship. That isn't the Big Red Machine's only concern, as his match with Big Show steadily approaches.
At the Night of Champions, The World's Largest Athlete will face off against ECW Champion Kane for the Big Red Machine's title. If Big Show wins, Mark Henry may loom large in his future.
What HBK saw at the end of Chris Jericho's Highlight Reel on Monday could not have been a pretty sight. Though, he was lucky enough to get closer to the Jeri-Tron 6000 than any of us ever will.
The United States Champion continues to prove he's a fighter, and he made an impressive statement with his win over Chuck Palumbo on SmackDown.
Mr. Money in the Bank drops a spot this week after two big losses. He was pinned in his match against the WWE Tag Team Champions on ECW and lost his match against MVP on SmackDown.
Though he didn't have a match, the Intercontinental Champion surely made a statement on Rawnd nobody heard that statement more clearly than Shawn Michaels.
Taking another step up the ladder as he nears his match against Triple H at Night of Champions, the Chain Gang Commander made his case on Raw with a win over JBL.
The monster from Moscow was out of action this week, so he could not extend his impressive winning streak, but he was informed he will soon have some tougher competition on his horizon.
Kofi Kingston teamed up with ECW newcomer Evan Bourne in a successful tag team showing as they defeated Shelton Benjamin & Mike Knox in Bourne's ECW debut.
Guerrero may not have been in action this week, but he still made his plans known. He put Matt Hardy on notice and continues to take aim at the United States gold at Night of Champions.
MVP was not afraid to air his grievances with SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero regarding his contract. He may have even made a deal with the Devil when he agreed to help them deal with CM Punk.
His victory over Paul Burchill was cut short when Burchill's sister, Katie Lea, distracted the Green Bay Loudmouth long enough for her brother to level him with a Twisted Sister.
The WWE Women's Champion picked up an impressive win over her toughest competitor, Beth Phoenix, on Raw. We wonder who Mickie will face on June 29.
On ECW, Finlay beat Armando Estrada and then assisted in two more losses for the brand's former GM. Afterwards, the Irishman taught Colin Delaney a lesson that the poor lad won't soon forget.
Though his victory may have been by count-out, thanks to an assist by John Cena, Hardy still picked up a win over WWE Champion Triple H.
Talk about a bad night. Not only did Beth lose her match against WWE Women's Champion Mickie James on Raw, but after the match, she was on the bad side of a beating from Melina.
Last week, Natalya earned herself the spot at Night of Champions to vie for the chance to become the first ever Divas Champion and to hold her first piece of gold as a member of the SmackDown roster.
The Samoan Bulldozer moves up a spot this week after he and Snitsky won their match on Raw against the World Tag Team Champions. Could Umaga be wearing gold again in the near future?
Things have been looking up for Cherry ever since she was left high and dry by Deuce & Domino. With an opportunity to earn a match at Night of Champions, will Cherry continue to impress?
Colin Delaney got some more revenge this week on his former tormenter. Shortly after Finlay won his match against Armando Estrada, Teddy Long gave Delaney a chance for some redemption, and he took it.
Just like the man above him, Hornswoggle picked up a win over ECW's former GM, Armando Estrada. It may have helped that this was the third match in a row for Estrada, but a win is a win.