First AEW Rankings Since 2022 Revealed

New AEW Rankings revealed

For the first time in 18 months, All Elite Wrestling have published a set of AEW Rankings.

The AEW Rankings system was introduced with the founding of the promotion and they remained a factor on AEW programming until they were de-emphasised and scrapped altogether following August 31, 2022. Reports have indicated the scrapping of the rankings came after lobbying from CM Punk to Tony Khan. 

AEW Owner, CEO, and GM Tony Khan promised to reintroduce the rankings in recent weeks as part of AEW's move to more of a sports-based product and the first set of rankings in 18 months were unveiled following the January 31 episode of Dynamite. 

The rankings are as follows:

Men's Title Contenders (AEW World Title, TNT Title, International Title, Continental Crown Title):

1. Swerve Strickland
2. Hangman Adam Page
3. Adam Copeland
4. Jon Moxley
5. Roderick Strong

Women's Title Contenders (AEW Women's World Title, TBS Title):

1. Deonna Purrazzo
2. Thunder Rosa
3. Hikaru Shida
4. Skye Blue
5. Mariah May 

AEW World Tag Team Title Contenders:

1. Sting & Darby Allin
2. John Silver & Alex Reynolds
3. Bryan Danielson & Claudio Castagnoli
4. Private Party
5. Orange Cassidy & Trent Beretta 

AEW World Trios Title Contenders:

1. Bullet Club Gold
2. The Hardys & Mark Briscoe
3. Dark Order
4. FTR & Daniel Garcia
5. House of Black 

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