AEW Releases Rankings For Week Ending December 7

Who moved up?

With just two episodes of AEW Dynamite remaining in 2019, the promotion has released its latest top fives for the men's, women's, and tag team divisions, with only a few real changes across the board.


Champion: Chris Jericho (champion since August 31, 2019)

1. Jon Moxley (4-0-1 singles, 4-1-1 overall) (Last Week: 1)

2. Kenny Omega (5-2 singles, 8-4 overall) (Last Week: 3)

3. PAC (4-2-1 singles, 4-3-1 overall) (Last Week: 2)

4. Cody Rhodes (4-1-1 singles, 5-2-1 overall) (Last Week: 4)

5. MJF (2-1 singles, 3-1 overall) (Last Week: 5)

Jericho's next match is a non-title bout against Jungle Boy on the December 18 Dynamite in Corpus Christi, TX. The match is to be a ten-minute challenge.

Moxley held off Joey Janela in the main event of this past week's Dynamite.



Champion: Riho (champion since October 2, 2019)

1. Hikaru Shida (3-2 singles, 4-3 overall) (Last Week: 1)

2. Nyla Rose (3-3 singles, 4-3 overall) (Last Week: 4)

3. Emi Sakura (1-1 singles, 3-3 overall) (Last Week: 2)

4. Britt Baker (3-2 singles, 6-3 overall) (Last Week: 3)

5. Kris Statlander (1-0 singles, 1-2 overall) (Last Week: NR)

Shida remains number one, despite getting upset by Statlander this past Wednesday night.

Rose moves up one spot after squashing Leva Bates on Wednesday, but has been suspended for the remainder of the year for her post-match actions.



Champions: SCU (champions since October 30, 2019)

1. Proud n Powerful (3-1 tag, 4-2 overall) (Last Week: 1)

2. Young Bucks (4-3 tag, 8-4 overall for Matt Jackson, 8-5 overall for Nick Jackson) (Last Week: 2)

3. Best Friends (4-3 tag, 6-6 overall for Trent Baretta, 5-4 overall for Chuck Taylor) (Last Week: 3)

4. Lucha Bros (4-4 tag, 6-6 overall for Pentagon Jr., 7-5 overall for Fenix) (Last Week: 4)

5. Private Party (4-4 tag, 4-6 overall) (Last Week: 5)

The Bucks teamed with Dustin Rhodes to defeat Proud n Powerful and Sammy Guevara on Wednesday's show. The Bucks will face Santana and Ortiz in a Texas Street Fight this Wednesday.

Both Lucha Bros won in singles competition this past week, as Pentagon Jr defeated Christopher Daniels of SCU, while Rey Fenix beat Trent Baretta of Best Friends.

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