Power 25 du 5 Juillet 2008
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TRIPLE H (11)
In a match that will certainly be remembered by all of our fans, The Game pinned John Cena, retaining his WWE Title at Night of Champions. Now that he's on SmackDown, the King of Kings has a new brand to rule.
CM PUNK (8)
All we can say is, WOW. What a week! Mr. Money in the Bank became Mr. World Heavyweight Champion on Raw as CM Punk stunned everyone by cashing in his contract and winning the gold from Edge.
The United States Champion had a huge week with three impressive wins. At Night of Champions and SmackDown, he retained his title, and on ECW, he was on the winning side of a Six-Man Tag Team Match.
Wow. After squeaking by with a win on Sunday, everyone would have thought that the World Heavyweight Championship be would represented by Edge on SmackDown. Everyone but CM Punk.
If this was hockey or basketball, The Animal would be credited with an assist. But it's not, and all that Batista gets after watching CM Punk capitalize on his carnage is a little peace of mind.
We give respect to Jamie Noble for trying to make a name for himself, but he definitely chose the wrong monster to butt heads with. Kane released some of his frustration after losing the ECW Title to Mark Henry.
Kofi jumps five spots this week as the new Intercontinental Champion. The Jamaican Superstar was Chris Jericho's surprise opponent at Night of Champions, winning the title, and the rematch on Raw.
The Moscow Mauler spent this week scouting his new potential opponents on SmackDown. Whoever meets the devastating Kozlov in the ring next will most likely not be leaving happy.
Big Show was not on Raw this week after losing his opportunity for gold at Night of Champions. What is next for the World's Largest Athlete? Will he still concentrate on becoming ECW Champion once again?
Though SmackDown's Franchise Playa didn't have a match at Night of Champions or on Friday night, we were all quite entertained by the back and forth banter between MVP and WWE Champion Triple H.
Y2J is no longer the Intercontinental Champion, and that obviously didn't sit well with him. He brutally attacked the Kofi Kingston after being disqualified in their rematch on Raw.
At Night of Champions, John Cena was part of a match that will be remembered for years to come. Bu the Chain Gang Commander came up short in his chance for the WWE Championship.
An eye for an eye? Well, Chris Jericho seems to have taken that literally and after Shawn Michaels cost him his title at Night of Champions, Y2J attacked HBK and made his injured eye even worse.
With the biggest jump on the P25 this week, the new ECW Champion marches his way quickly up the list. After an impressive win at Night of Champions, Henry coined himself as ECW's "savior."
In his first singles match as part of the SmackDown roster, Jeff Hardy picked up a win over one-half of the WWE Tag Team Champions.
Mickie James continues to impress us as a fighting Women's Champion. She brings a certain spunk to the Diva division and can definitely hold her own in the ring, as she showed on Raw and Night of Champions.
Chavo Guerrero lost three times to the United States Champion Matt Hardy in the last week. Chavo picked up losses on Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. That has got to be embarassing.
The Green Bay Loudmouth didn't make the splash on SmackDown that we expected. In a Fatal Four Way Match for the United States Title, Mr. Kennedy came up just short.
Natalya may not have been in action this week, but at least now she knows who she'll be facing for the new Diva's Championship. Michelle McCool better watch her back.
It's not every day that we see Funaki step into the ring, and as is usually the case, we cringe when we do. The Samoan Bulldozer kept that true as he taught Funaki first hand where his nick name comes from.
The All-American Girl Michelle McCool will be one of two Diva's vying for the SmackDown's new Diva Championship. Unfortunately for her, she'll be going up against Natalya.