AEW Rankings Report (2/3): Fenix, Miro, & Red Velvet Make Big Gains

AEW has released new top-5 rankings for each of its divisions. Fenix and Red Velvet made the biggest gains this week, with each moving into top-ranked spots.

AEW Men’s Singles Rankings

AEW World Champion: Kenny Omega (1-0) 
TNT Champion: Darby Allin (1-0)

  1. Jon Moxley (1-0) 
  2. Cody Rhodes (2-0)
  3. Rey Fenix (3-1) (Previously Unranked)
  4. Miro (2-0) (Previously Unranked)
  5. PAC (1-0)

Both Ricky Starks and Maxwell Jacob Friedman fall out of the rankings this week. MJF is still ranked in the tag-team division, however. Tonight, 3 of the top-5 contenders will team together. #1 Jon Moxley will team with #5 PAC and #3 Fenix to take on AEW World Champion Kenny Omega and the Impact tag-team champions, The Good Brothers. #4 Miro is now in the top-5. He’ll be busy with Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford’s wedding this week. #2 Cody Rhodes has a budding rivalry with Shaquille O’Neal and Jade Cargill in the works.

AEW Women’s Singles Rankings

AEW Women’s Champion: Hikaru Shida (1-0) 

  1. Serena Deeb (2-0) 
  2. Red Velvet (3-0) (Previously Unranked)
  3. Britt Baker (2-0) (Previously Unranked)
  4. Thunder Rosa (2-0) (Previously Unranked)
  5. Tay Conti (3-1) (Previously Unranked)

The women’s division rankings were thrown for a complete loop this week. Big Swole had been ranked #2 but is now out of the top-5. Former champion Nyla Rose was ranked #3 last week but she’s now out of the top-5 as well. Penelope Ford was ranked #4 last week but is now out of the top-5. #5 Tay Conti is in the rankings this week, she is replacing her friend from the Dark Order, Anna Jay, who was ranked #5 last week.

#3 Britt Baker will face #4 Thunder Rosa tonight.

AEW Tag Team Rankings

AEW Tag Team Champions: The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson) (0-0)

  1. FTR (Dax Harwood & Cash Wheeler) (1-0)
  2. Jurassic Express (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) (2-0)
  3. Chris Jericho & Maxwell Jacob Friedman (1-0) (+2)
  4. The Acclaimed (Anthony Bowens & Max Caster) (2-0) (-1) 
  5. Santana & Ortiz (3-1) (Previously Unranked)

The Dark Order (Evil Uno & Stu Grayson) were ranked #4 last week but have now fallen outside the top-5.

After defeating the Varsity Blondes last week, MJF and Chris Jericho move up 2 spots to the #3 spot. Their Inner Circle stablemates, Santana and Ortiz, are back in the #5 position after spending one week outside the top-5. #4 the Acclaimed move down one spot as a result of MJF and Jericho moving up 2 spots.

It doesn’t really matter what the teams are ranked, however, as tonight almost the entire division will be in a battle royal with the winning team earning a shot at the Young Bucks at Revolution.

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