Power 25 du 19 Avril 2008

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UNDERTAKER (19)

For the second week in a row, the Academy has unanimously voted the World Heavyweight Champion No. 1 on the P25. The Deadman has shown us nothing but dominance over all mortals.

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RANDY ORTON 

The Legend Killer keeps his spot at No. 2 on the P25. The question is, how long can he keep it up? At the end of the night Monday, he was left on this back counting the lights after getting double-crossed by JBL.

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TRIPLE H 

Triple H ended up on the bad end of a beating from two out of three of his opponents for Backlash.  With the contest coming up next Sunday, The Game will surely be on a warpath on Raw.  

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CM PUNK   

The Straightedge Superstar had his MITB briefcase in hand in London on ECW. Nearly a month has passed and the Academy is still waiting for a clue on when he'll cash in his WrestleMania prize.

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SHAWN MICHAELS 

Michaels is sick of being ridiculed for retiring his friend, Ric Flair. He personally showed Jericho how sick he was of it when he put Y2J in his place with Sweet Chin Music.

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BATISTA  

The Animal had a busy night on SmackDown, but still dropped his spot to HBK. This might just add fuel to the fire as their Backlash match rapidly approaches.

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EDGE 

Edge has been resting up as his fiancé does his dirty work. With Vickie's attempts to wear down the World Heavyweight Champion, the Ultimate Opportunist may be wearing the gold again come Backlash.

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JOHN CENA  

The Chain Gang was not represented at Raw as Cena was nowhere to be seen. Nonetheless, Cena maintains his spot on the P25 with a recent history of strong showings.

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KANE 

After last week's attack by Chavo and his cohorts, The Big Red Machine reasserted his supremacy in the Land of Extreme when he teamed with Undertaker to defeat the reigning WWE Tag Team Champions.

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CHRIS JERICHO

Being laid out by Sweet Chin Music and then a Batista Bomb, it's easy to say Y2J did not have a good week. However, his Intercontinental Title defense against Umaga propels him into the top ten this week.

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CHAVO GUERRERO

The Mexican Warrior defeated Jamie Noble on SmackDown earning him another notch on the P25. Afterwards, Bam Nealy proved why he might be just what the doctor ordered to help Chavo deal with Kane.

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BIG SHOW 

Big Show looked impressive in a battle of bohemoths on SmackDown. We believe the World's Largest Athlete had the World's Strongest Man beat, but we'll never know thanks to the meddling of the Punjabi Giant.

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BETH PHOENIX 

Virtually thought of as unbeatable, The Glamazon finally showed vulnerability, and it couldn't have been at a worse time with the WWE Women's Championship on the line.

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FINLAY 

It was a heartwarming week as we got to watch a bonding moment between father and son. Of course, this moment came at the expense of Matt Striker's pride as Finlay helped Hornswoggle score the victory.

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MONTEL VONTAVIOUS PORTER  

MVP looked to be sending a message to his Backlash opponent this week with an impressive win over the ECW Original Tommy Dreamer. Matt Hardy may be underestimating the "Franchise Playa."

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JOHN MORRISON & THE MIZ

The WWE Tag Team Champions drop a spot after a big loss on ECW. We can't completely blame them. The two egotistical Superstars were put up against the Golden Brothers of Destruction.

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UMAGA 

The Samoan Bulldozer falls a spot this week after he failed to capatalize on the opportunity to regain the Intercontinental Title from Chris Jericho. Is the Samoan Bulldozer running out of steam?

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KOFI KINGSTON

Jamaican us crazy. Kofi continued to impress the Academy this week when he nabbed another pin over Domino on ECW in an Eight-Man Tag Team Match.

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SHELTON BENJAMIN

ECW's Gold Standard has returned to action, but he ended up on the wrong side of an Eight-Man Tag Match. Though on the losing side, he still let the Straightedge Superstar know his intentions.

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MATT HARDY 

Matt Hardy watched from the announce table this week as MVP picked up a win over Tommy Dreamer. Ever since his return at WrestleMania, Hardy has been on a roll in the run-up to Backlash.

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VLADIMIR KOZLOV

Kozlov must have never seen From Russia with Love. In another week of action, he showed no mercy as he disposed of his opponent.

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JOHN "BRADSHAW" LAYFIELD

JBL moves up two spots after leaving the WWE Champion and Triple H laid out at the close of Raw. The self-made millionaire proved that he didn't just buy his way into the Fatal Four Way Match at Backlash.  

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THE GREAT KHALI  

The Punjabi Giant was dealt a heavy hand of disrespect last week from Big Show. This week he exacted his revenge against the World's Largest Athlete by interrupting his match against Mark Henry.

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MICKIE JAMES

The new WWE Women's Champion bursts onto the P25 with her title win on Raw. This can only add to the emotions that Mickie must be feeling after finally emerging on top against the Glamazon.

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MR. KENNEDY

Mr. Kennedy has been MIA since WrestleMania, and as a result, is on the brink of losing his spot on the P25. The Green Bay Loudmouth will have to speak up or we will be bidding him farewell.

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22/04/2008
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