Power 25 du 7 Juin 2008
|This Week||Superstar||Last Week|
TRIPLE H (17)
The Game still reigns as WWE Champion after dismantling Randy Orton in their Last Man Standing Match at One Night Stand. Now the King of Kings will have to face John Cena at Night of Champions.
Most of us don't agree with Edge's tactics, but it doesn't make him any less of a World Heavyweight Champion. The Ultimate Opportunist capitalized at One Night Stand and helped banish Undertaker from WWE.
With Undertaker gone, it seems as though the target is now on Batista. He was somehow able to trump Edge's powerplay and earn a title opportunity at Night of Champions with his win Friday night.
The ECW Champion was able to retain his title against Mr. Money in the Bank CM Punk this week on ECW. After the match, The Big Red Machine wasn't so lucky, as he was attacked by the WWE Tag Team Champions.
HBK was M.I.A. this week after being stretchered out at One Night Stand in his match against Batista. He did make a good impression on the Intercontinental Champion, who dedicated his match to HBK Monday.
The World's Largest Athlete won the Singapore Cane Match at One Night Stand to earn him a match against Kane at Night of Champions for the ECW Championship. He's got the scars to prove it, too.
Mr. Money in the Bank won a Fatal Four Way Match Tuesday to earn a chance at the ECW Champion later in the night. The Straightedge Superstar wasn't able to seal the deal in the end, as Kane retained.
Unfortunately for the Legend Killer, it seems as though he may be making his way off of P25. In his match against Triple H at One Night Stand, the "Age of Orton" ended with a broken clavicle.
The United States Champion did a favor for his old General Manager and ECW's new GM, Theodore Long, when he beat Armando Estrada sending him packing from the ECW roster.
The Intercontinental Champion retained his title on Raw in a match he dedicated to Shawn Michaels. We look forward to Jericho's new-found respect for HBK as well as his new mentality as champion.
Some people might call him the "Chain Gang Commander." After Monday, he might prefer hearing "No. 1 contender." After Night of Champions, it very well could be "WWE Champion John Cena."
Undefeated still that is quite impressive. The monster from Moscow has been rolling through opponents the last few months and has definitely caught the attention of all the members of the Academy.
The Mexican Warrior had three matches this past week and added three losses to his record. No matter who you're fighting or how you look at it, these are not good signs for Chavo Guerrero's future.
Kofi Kingston has had his hands full with ECW's Gold Standard as of late and tried to take advantage of Shelton Benjamin after his match. Unfortunately for the Jamaican Superstar, he was the one left hurting.
With the WWE Draft coming up in just a few weeks, MVP watched Friday's show from a sky box. The Franchise Playa would certainly be a hot commodity on any brand and the Academy is keeping that in mind.
The Green Bay Loudmouth was able to knock the Samoan Bulldozer off his tracks in a victory over Umaga on Raw. The Burchills didn't seem to enjoy that too much and now Kennedy has two new enemies.
The Glamazon was on the winning side of a Diva Tag Team Match on Raw this week and won at One Night Stand over Melina. We're not sure if Beth has rid herself of Melina just yet, though.
Mickie James may not have garnered a win this week, but she is still the Women's Champion. Also, with some recent speculation, we may have a new power couple in WWE in her and John Cena.
Over the past few weeks, Finlay has had his issues with Chuck Palumbo, resulting in a Belfast Brawl this week on SmackDown.
The Legend Thriller won his One Night Stand match after a high-elevation Swanton Bomb onto Umaga. Too bad he couldn't keep that going to earn the title opportunity at Night of Champions.
Natalya won the Golden Dreams Match to earn her spot at Night of Champions. Her opponent may not be known yet, but one thing is for sure. Natalya will be one tough opponent for whoever she faces.
The Samoan Bulldozer's injuries from his One Night Stand match against Jeff Hardy plagued him on Raw. In a bout against Mr. Kennedy, Umaga couldn't beat the 10-count, as he held his ribs on the outside.
ECW's Gold Standard has been golden as of late, continuing in similar fashion this week with a win over newcomer Matt Sydal. Benjamin even thwarted Kofi's post-match attack, leaving the Jamaican writhing in pain.
Katie Lea Burchill is the latest of the Divas to make their debut on the P25, and it couldn't be any more fitting, as it follows her debut in the division. A first match win over the Women's Champion is quite impressive.