Some places perform power rankings. Here at Cageside we make an inventory report.
In this weekly series, we identify three superstars (or groups of superstars) on their way up and three moving in the opposite direction. After a busy week, which included some SNL guys lining up for a WrestleMania fight, US champion Samoa Joe lost another match and Triple H was hit by an envelope, many became Assets changed.
In this sense let's see who has the most increased supply this week:
Stock Up # 3: Ricochet & Aleister Black
Aleister Black and Ricochet defeated the Raw Tag Team Champions (The Revival again in a non-title match) this week (March 25) at Raw excludes them from the current list of Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal participants could be an indication that Ricochet and Black have a real chance to bring home-made Team Gold at the biggest wrestling show of the year.
Stock Up # 2: Charlotte Flair
It's beautiful, the Queen Charlotte Flair was given another airborne championship and she defeated Asuka for the SmackDown Women's Championship, believe it or not, this was Charlotte's first TV win of the year 2 01
Stock Up # 1: New Day
Every member of New Day had to rage his ass and overcome insurmountable odds to bring Kofi Kingston into the fight for WWE Championship Match WrestleMania 35 , The powerful image of these three partners embracing each other after the last victory in their glove game says it all.
Now let's see whose stocks have lost the most this week:
Stock Down # 3: Carmella, Naomi, Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville
These four superstars were originally released on SmackDown to identify Asuka's challenger at WrestleMania . This did not happen. Their match was canceled and they were all quietly thrown into a combat battle at WrestleMania 35 . So much for SmackDown is the land of infinite possibilities.
Stock Down # 2: Asuka
Two months ago, Asuka was at the top when she forced Becky Lynch to join the Royal Rumble . Since then, it's almost all downhill for the Empress of Tomorrow, and the loss of this woman (1945 March) by SmackDown this week (March 26) has made it clear that Asuka is not prominently represented this year WrestleMania Plans. It has now been downgraded to a "Creative Has Nothing For You" fighting kings and is somehow afterthought on the big stage.
Stock Down # 1: The Riott Squad
Asuka could at least put up with the Charlotte flair and almost win the fight. The Riott team wishes you to receive this type of booking. What they got instead were three consecutive singles games in Raw where two of their members had lost within 85 seconds or less and the other (Ruby) was about to quit at the end of the 85 second spell. This was a complete funeral here, and it looks like it will continue next week when the trio is handed over again to the three WrestleMania main organizers. Somebody has to make the headliners look like stars, but when you eradicate them, it looks like the Riott squad is a bunch of losers who are not even in the squad.
There you have it, Cagesiders. Whose warehouse did you think changed the most this week?