Breakdown Of Changes In Top 5 Of Each Division In Latest Official AEW Rankings


The latest All Elite Wrestling rankings saw significant shifts and changes in each of the respective divisions following Wednesday's episode of AEW Dynamite in Indianapolis, as AEW released the third installment of their official rankings on Friday.

The official rankings for the AEW men's, women's and tag-team divisions saw some big movement after this past Wednesday night's show (November 20th) at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum in Indianapolis, Indiana, as there are some new contenders rising through the ranks and a couple have fallen out of the top five after AEW Dynamite.

Featured below are the complete top five rankings for each of the respective divisions currently featured in AEW. The following rankings are as of Friday, November 22, 2019.

Men's Division (Champion: CHRIS JERICHO)

    1. PAC (4-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
    2. Jon Moxley (3-0-1 singles record, 3-1-1 overall)
    3. Cody Rhodes (3-1-1 singles record, 4-2-1 overall)
    4. Hangman Page (4-3 singles record, 5-5 overall)
    5. Kenny Omega (3-2 singles record, 6-4 overall)

Women's Division (Champion: RIHO)

    1. Hikaru Shida (3-1 singles record, 4-1 overall)
    2. Britt Baker (3-2 singles record, 6-3 overall)
    3. Emi Sakura (1-1 singles record, 2-3 overall)
    4. Nyla Rose (2-3 singles record, 3-3 overall)
    5. Allie (1-2 singles record, 3-2 overall)

Tag-Team Division (Champions: SOCAL UNCENSORED)

    1. The Lucha Bros (4-3 tag team record, 5-5 overall record for Pentagon Jr., 6-4 overall record for Fenix)
    2. The Young Bucks (4-3 tag team record, 7-4 overall record for Matt Jackson, 7-5 overall record for Nick Jackson)
    3. Private Party (4-4 tag team record, 4-6 overall)
    4. Santana & Ortiz (2-1 tag team record, 3-1 overall)
    5. The Dark Order (3-2 tag team record, 4-2 overall)

In the last set of official AEW rankings, Jon Moxley was ranked number four in the men's division, however after defeating Darby Allin on AEW Dynamite this week, Moxley has climbed to the number two spot in the division, knocking Allin out of the top five altogether in the process.

In the AEW women's division, Hikaru Shida beat Dr. Britt Baker on AEW Dynamite this past week in Indianapolis, which saw her rise to the number one spot in the division, while Baker fell to the number two spot, subsequently crowning a new number one contender for AEW Women's World Champion Riho in the process.

Finally, the AEW tag-team division saw Private Party go from not being featured in the top five at all, to clear-cut future stars Marq Quen and Isiah Kassidy sitting in the number three spot after defeating Proud 'N' Powerful (Santana & Ortiz) on AEW Dynamite this past Wednesday night. With the loss, The Inner Circle tag-team dropped from the number two contenders in the division to the fourth-ranked duo.

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