AEW is a company where wins and losses matter unlike ever before. Jon Moxley might think they’re bullsh*t, but All Elite Wrestling released their top 5 contenders lists last night and there are some interesting names on the list.

As you can see by the lists below, AEW is taking their win/loss records seriously. It is interesting how the number one contenders generally appear on the top of each list. We’ll have to see how different those lists look next Friday after Full Gear.

AEW Women’s Division Top 5 for the Week of November 8, 2019
1. Emi Sakura (Singles: 1-0, Overall: 2-2)
2. Britt Baker (Singles: 2-1, Overall: 4-2)
3. Hikaru Shida (Singles 2-1, Overall: 3-1)
4. Allie (Singles: 1-2, Overall: 3-2)
5. Nyla Rose (Singles: 1-3, Overall: 2-3)

AEW Men’s Division Top 5 for the Week of November 8, 2019
1. Cody Rhodes (Singles: 3-0-1, Trios: 0-0, Overall: 4-1-1)
2. PAC (Singles: 3-0-1, Trios: 0-0, Overall: 3-1-1)
3. “Hangman” Adam Page (Singles: 3-2, Trios: 0-0, Overall: 4-4)
4. Kenny Omega (Singles 2-2, Trios: 2-1, Overall: 5-4)
5. Jon Moxley (Singes: 1-0-1, Trios: 0-0, Overall: 1-1-1)

AEW Tag Team Division Top 5 for the Week of November 8, 2019
1. The Lucha Bros
Pentagon Jr. (Tag Team: 4-2, Overall: 5-3)
Fenix (Tag Team: 4-2, Overall: 5-3)

2. Private Party
Isiah Kassidy (Tag Team: 3-2, Overall: 3-4)
Marq Quen (Tag Team: 3-2, Overall: 3-4)

3. The Young Bucks
Matt Jackson (Tag Team: 3-2, Overall: 6-3)
Nick Jackson (Tag Team: 3-2, Overall: 6-3)

4. The Dark Order
Stu Grayson (Tag Team: 2-2, Overall: 3-2)
Evil Uno (Tag Team: 2-2, Overall: 3-2)

5. The Best Friends
Trent (Tag Team: 2-3, Overall: 3-5)
Chuck Taylor (Tag Team: 2-3, Overall: 3-4)

AEW plans to release their top five ranking lists every Friday. This will certainly give fans something to look forward to as they get to see who moved up or down after their performance on AEW Dynamite the previous week.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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