Power 25 du 24 Mai 2008
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TRIPLE H (19)
As Judgment came in, so did all of the Academy members' votes for The King of Kings. Triple H retaining the WWE Championship at Judgment Day is just another reason we won't play The Game.
Undertaker may not have any No. 1 votes for the P25, but we're still believers. As soon as The Deadman can overcome SmackDown GM Vickie Guerrero and Edge, we're sure he can reclaim the top spot.
HBK's knee injury may have been bogus, but his win at Judgment Day sure wasn't. Now he has to focus back on Batista and figure out how to strap The Animal to a stretcher.
Kane & CM Punk may not have been able to capture the WWE Tag Team Championships at Judgment Day, but the Big Red Machine was able to put some serious hurt on The Miz as retribution for his DQ loss on ECW.
The Animal earned his spot at One Night Stand in a win against Chris Jericho on Raw. Now he has to keep his word and hurt Shawn Michaels if he wants to come out on top in their Stretcher Match.
The Legend Killer was unable to reinstate The Age of Orton at Judgment Day, but thanks to the stipulations surrounding his win on Raw, he gets another chance at Triple H in a Last Man Standing Match.
Mr. Money in the Bank drops two spots after two tag team losses this week. He will certainly move back up if he can win his One Night Stand match and become No. 1 contender for the ECW gold.
The fact that he lost by count-out at Judgment Day has given the Ultimate Opportunist the ultimate opportunity. Edge can win the World Heavyweight Title and get rid of Undertaker for good.
How could anyone forget that The World's Largest Athlete was ECW Champion? Well, we all know that the Superstars against him in the Singapore Cane Match at One Night Stand won't forget it anytime soon.
Thanks to Kofi Kingston getting back at Shelton Benjamin, Matt Hardy notched a win on SmackDown in tag team action and was able to break into the top ten on this week's P25.
The Intercontinental Champion drops two spots this week after two big losses. Y2J could not defeat Shawn Michaels at Judgment Day and was unable to force a rematch for One Night Stand against Batista.
The Chain Gang commander couldn't silence JBL after Judgment Day. Now, he must draw first blood at One Night Stand to shut the mouth of the self-made millionaire this time around.
A tag team win on ECW is good, but not good enough to keep him from dropping a spot. It just seems the self-proclaimed "Mexican Warrior" bit off more than he could chew when he took on Undertaker.
Vladimir Kozlov dominated his opponent once again and moves up on the P25. We are concerned for whichever champion Kozlov decides to go after first because their days may be numbered.
Though he lost to Shelton Benjamin, the Academy would like to offer the Jamaican Superstar a round of applause. The streak may be over, but it was impressive while it lasted. Kudos to you, Kofi Kingston.
The Glamazon couldn't score the win at Judgment Day even with her impressive feat of strength. But before she can go after Mickie James and the Women's gold again, she has to get Melina out of her hair.
Somehow MVP flew under the radar this week and was able to keep his spot at No. 18. If the Ballin' Superstar donates some of that fat paycheck to the Academy, he can keep it for good.
The Green Bay Loudmouth may have picked up the biggest win of his career on Monday's Raw. In a Loser Gets Fired Match against Raw GM William Regal, Kennedy sent the King of the Ring packing.
Mickie James had the cards stacked against her going into Judgment Day, but was still able to earn the win. Now, if she could only figure out a way to shut up Katie Lea Burchill.
Finlay moves up a spot this week, thanks to Hornswoggle. Chuck Palumbo seemed to have the Irishman's number until the Belfast Brawler's son came out from under the ring and blinded Palumbo with green mist.
Umaga devastated his opponent Jeff Hardy on Raw as their bout went to a double count-out. Umaga won't have to worry come One Night Stand, when the two meet in a Falls Count Anywhere Match.
Surprisingly, Mike Knox lost this week in his Tag Team Match on ECW. He might not have ever been the legal man in the match, but it still counts as a loss on his record.
ECW GM Armando Estrada seems to have signed himself to a contract for one reason only, and that is to make Colin Delaney's life a living hell. And he's been doing a pretty good job of it, too.
A win over Umaga last Monday in his return, plus a big win at Judgment Day over MVP has The Legend Thriller making his way back onto the P25. Welcome back, Jeff, we're glad to see you again.