Power 25 du 26 Avril 2008
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Undertaker has left no doubt in our minds that he is a deserving World Heavyweight Champion. We are looking to see whether or not The Deadman will still reign with dominance after Backlash.
Some say that Randy Orton stole the win from Triple H at WrestleMania. Some believe that he isn't a worthy champion. But nobody can deny that he still carries the gold. Will it still be so after Sunday?
The time seems ripe for the King of Kings to return to the top of Raw. The Game will be looking to walk out of Backlash with the WWE Championship around his waist once again.
The Rated-R Superstar stepped back in the ring and picked up two big wins heading into his Backlash rematch. Will he follow those wins with a third on Sunday over Undertaker?
The Straightedge Superstar couldn't seal the deal this week. He made it to the finals of the King of the Ring Tournament but left empty handed. He needs some big wins to show us WrestleMania wasn't a fluke.
HBK may move down on the P25, but he is definitely one up on Batista after SmackDown. The Heartbreak Kid is going into Backlash with the clear psychological advantage.
The Animal drops a spot this week after getting introduced to the band. The Animal missed his chance to regain the World Heavyweight Championship and that could be attributed to his war of words with HBK.
Cena returned to Raw this week in uncharacteristically unimpressive fashion. He was all talk but didn't back up his words as his team came up on the losing end of the Eight-Man Tag Team main event on Raw.
Things aren't looking up for the ECW Champion heading into Backlash. On Raw and ECW, the "familia" toppled him: Monday, Edge pinned him, then, on Tuesday, he suffered a five-on-one beat down.
The Mexican Warrior proved to be one up on Kane, again with the assistance of the "familia." Will Chavo have them at ringside Sunday to ensure a second reign as ECW Champion.
Y2J falls out of the top ten this week with his semi-finals loss to CM Punk in the King of the Ring Tournament. What is really on the Academy's mind, though, is how Jericho will call the HBK/Batista match at Backlash.
Big Show had a quiet week but did come to the rescue of Finlay. We don't know if he meant to assist, but Khali was not staying around to ask the World's Largest Athlete his intentions.
MVP and Matt Hardy were at each others throats once again on SmackDown as their reignited rivalry burns into Backlash. Can the Ballin' Superstar come out on top or will Hardy take his spot at the Playa's Table?
The Glamazon is still feeling the effects of Michelle McCool slapping the taste out of her mouth. We don't know if she has a mark on her face, but we do know that she drops another spot this week.
Umaga for president? We don't think so, but he did make easy work of the "candidates" to the approval of our fans. He might not be heading to Washington, but he is certainly heading towards the top of the P25.
Finlay drops a spot this week after an unimpressive representation in the King of the Ring Tournament. He made it to the semifinals but was easily beaten by Regal and drops two spots because of it.
Kofi is certainly "Jamaican [us] crazy." With a big win this week over ECW's Gold Standard, the young Superstar continues his winning ways as well as his ascent up the P25.
Hardy suffered a tough loss against CM Punk in the first round of the King of the Ring Tournament, but with a U.S. Championship match at Backlash, we're certain he'll find his groove.
Another week, another cold victory. The Russian Superstar inched up a spot on the P25 thanks to continued dominance, but we would like to see how he measures up against a more high-caliber opponent.
All bow down and welcome King Regal to the P25. Raw GM and King of the Ring are two titles that anyone would gladly carry, and he holds them both. Quite an impressive résumé, dost thou think?
Benjamin talked the talk before his match with Kofi Kingston on ECW. The Gold Standard didn't walk the walk, though, and proved to be just another victim in Kofi's undefeated streak.
Losing ground going into Backlash is not a good sign, but if JBL can win the Fatal Four Way Match on Sunday, he will surely skyrocket up the P25 and leave all his doubters speechless.
Mickie's celebration on Raw was cut short by The Glamazon and her posse, but she didn't back down. She's prepped to show The Glamazon, and anyone else, why she is the new Women's Champion.