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In recent weeks, Undertaker has been nowhere to be seen but there is one thing for sure, when The Deadman finally does return, the WWE Universe will once again be turned upside down.
Unfortunately for Chris Jericho, but quite fortunate for the WWE Universe as a whole, he was unable to recapture the World Heavyweight Championship in the Triple Threat Match on SmackDown.
One week after chasing Sheamus into the crowd with a sledgehammer, The Game didn't even make an appearance on Raw, even after The Celtic Warrior stated they'd have a Street Fight at Extreme Rules.
Not only was The Animal disappointed to see WWE Champion John Cena beat David Otunga on Raw, but he also was incapacitated by The Champ after the main event with the STF.
Technically, The Celtic Warrior lost by disqualification on Raw, but the unwarranted punishment he dished out after the match might have Triple H thinking twice about their Extreme Rules match.
There is no doubt that The Rated-R Superstar isn't feeling too happy about his loss on SmackDown, but he will be back looking to take out both Chris Jericho and Jack Swagger sooner than later.
More money, no problems ... Ted DiBiase, the fortunate son of WWE Hall of Famer The Million Dollar Man, picked up another big win this week on "WWE Superstars" by pinning MVP cleanly.
A win is a win and there's no doubt McIntyre will take it, but this was certainly a painful one. Thanks to Matt Hardy injecting himself into the action, McIntyre was plastered to the mat by Kane's chokeslam.
Kingston had all the intentions of exacting retribution against Sheamus, the man who brutally attacked him with a pipe last week, but after The Celtic Warrior got himself disqualified, Kofi was punished once again.
Oww, Chavo ... That has to hurt. Captain Charisma defeated Chavo Guerrero soundly despite the self-proclaimed "Mexican Warrior's" valiant efforts. Now what's next for Christian?
The Big Red Monster dished out a double dose of chokeslams on SmackDown. One to Drew McIntyre, the man who defeated him by disqualification, and another to Matt Hardy, the one who got him disqualified.
Thanks to a little bit of assistance from her friend Layla, the Women's Champion picked up a big win over Mickie James. Thankfully, McCool and her cohorts were run off after the match by Beth Phoenix.
Congratulations to the NEW Divas Champion Eve who breaks onto the list at No. 20. She had Maryse's number in recent weeks and continued on that roll when it mattered, winning her first singles title in WWE.
The Shaman of Sexy didn't have a match this week causing him to drop a bit, but we know what he is capable of and are certain he will make an impact on the WWE Universe sooner than later.
Ziggler is moving up the list with an impressive victory over R-Truth on Friday night. If he keeps this up, there is no doubting that he will be a force to be reckoned with for a long time in WWE.
Ever since falling victim to a vicious punt at the hands of Randy Orton at WrestleMania XXVI, the former Legacy member has been missing in action as a result of the injuries he sustained.
Though she came to Mickie James' rescue against Women's Champion Michelle McCool, Layla and Vickie Guerrero, The Glamazon couldn't get her hands on Michelle.
With his loss this week to Dolph Ziggler on SmackDown, R-Truth drops to the bottom of the list. If he doesn't pick up the action next week, he will likely be bidding the P25 farewell.
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