AEW Releases Rankings For Week Ending November 23

With just days to go before a rather loaded episode of Dynamite from Chicago's Sears Center, AEW’s lists of top five contenders for each belt undergo a few changes.

The new top fives in the men’s, women’s, and tag team divisions are as follows:


Champion: Chris Jericho (since August 31, 2019)

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

2. Jon Moxley (3-0-1 singles, 3-1-1 overall) (Last Week: 4)

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

4. Adam Page (4-3 singles, 5-5 overall) (Last Week: 3)

5. Kenny Omega (3-2 singles, 6-4 overall) (Last Week: Not Ranked)

Jericho defends his title against SCU member Scorpio Sky on the next episode of Dynamite.

Moxley defeated Darby Allin in Wednesday's main event to elevate himself two spots. Allin was previously ranked fifth, but falls out with the loss.

Page takes on MJF in the Diamond Dozen final this Wednesday, after both men co-won the battle royal portion this past week.

PAC and Kenny Omega go one-on-one on Wednesday's Dynamite. Cody Rhodes is also scheduled to be in action, his first match since Full Gear.


Champion: Riho (since October 2, 2019)

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

2. Britt Baker (3-2 singles, 6-3 overall) (Last Week: 1)

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

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

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

Shida defeated Baker on Wednesday's episode of Dynamite to move into the number one spot.


Champions: SCU (October 30, 2019)

1. Lucha Bros (4-3 tag, 5-5 overall for Pentagon Jr., 6-4 overall for Fenix) (Last Week: 1)

2. Young Bucks (4-3 tag, 7-4 overall for Matt Jackson, 7-5 overall for Nick Jackson) (Last Week: 3)

3. Private Party (4-4 tag, 4-6 overall) (Last Week: Not Ranked)

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

5. The Dark Order (3-2 tag, 4-2 overall) (Last Week: 5)

Scorpio Sky, as noted, challenges for the AEW World Heavyweight title on this coming Wednesday's show.

Private Party climbed back into the rankings by defeating Proud n Powerful.

Though it has no bearing on the rankings, Rey Fenix did defeat Nick Jackson in singles action two nights ago.

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In addition to writing lists and commentaries for Cultaholic, Justin is also a features writer and interviewer for Fighting Spirit Magazine, and is co-author of the WWE-related book Titan Screwed: Lost Smiles, Stunners, and Screwjobs.