AEW Releases Rankings For Week Ending November 30

Who moves up?

Following Wednesday's AEW Dynamite from Chicago, the company has issued its latest top five in each of the men's, women's, and tag team divisions.


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

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

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

3. Kenny Omega (4-2 singles, 7-4 overall) (Last Week: 5)

4. Cody Rhodes (4-1-1 singles, 5-2-1 overall) (Last Week: 3)

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

Jericho retained the AEW World title over Scorpio Sky on Wednesday. Immediately after the match, Jon Moxley (who moves up, despite being idle) stared him down from the crowd.

Omega defeated PAC in a singles match this past Wednesday night. Rhodes won a squash over Matt Knicks. MJF defeated Adam Page (last week's #5) to capture the Dynamite Diamond ring.



Champion: Riho (champion since October 2, 2019)

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

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

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

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

5. Bea Priestley (1-2 singles, 3-2 overall) (Last Week: Unranked)

Priestley and Sakura defeated Shida and Kris Statlander in tag team action on Wednesday night.

Allie, previously number five, falls out of the rankings.



Champions: SCU (champions since October 30, 2019)

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

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

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

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

5. Private Party (4-4 tag, 4-6 overall) (Last Week: 3)

Best Friends defeated The Lucha Bros this past Wednesday night.

Dark Order, last week's number five, drops out.

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