WWE Monday Night Raw Power Rankings: Week of November 11, 2019

Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and The Street Profits defeat Imperium on the Nov. 11, 2019 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw. Photo: WWE.com
Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and The Street Profits defeat Imperium on the Nov. 11, 2019 edition of WWE Monday Night Raw. Photo: WWE.com /

Here are the WWE Monday Night Raw Power Rankings, for the week of November 11, 2019.

The NXT invasion of Raw and SmackDown continued this week, with Shayna Baszler getting physical with Bayley and Becky Lynch. Through it all, a new set of rankings is ready for your viewing.

Top 5: Tag Teams

1. Street Profits

After a one-on-one match between Seth Rollins and WALTER broke down into an eight-man tag, we saw some impressive chemistry from Montez Ford and Angelo Dawkins. They chime in this week at the top of the ladder.

2. The O.C.

Picking a fight against Ricochet and not backing down from a surprising Randy Orton is a good way to stay in the top half of the order. But they did take a step down this week.

3. The Viking Raiders

This week, the current Raw Tag Team Champions took a break from beating on local talent to take a swing at a pair of NXT UK stars. Pretty routine for the champions, but still waiting on someone to step up and give them a real challenge.

4. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder

We haven’t seen much of the former champions since they lost the titles, but given that Raw is in limited supply of tag teams, so they continue to make the cut.

5. Authors of Pain

Speaking of limited supply of tag teams, AOP is merely filling the final spot until they finally make their debut. The vignettes have been intriguing, but it’s time they get in the ring and make a statement.

Top 5: Women’s Division

1. Asuka

When you walk into England and pull off a tag team victory by pinning the Raw Women’s Champion, you’ve earned your spot. And that’s exactly what Asuka did this week.

2. Charlotte Flair

While the initial idea was to have The Queen team up with Natalya, it ended up being Becky Lynch that stepped in. And it didn’t even seem to matter to Charlotte, and she continued to shine. While it didn’t result in a win, she maintains her momentum towards the top of the list.

3. Zelina Vega

Whether she’s in the ring or just back up her business associate Andrade, Zelina Vega finds a way to make an impact. And this week was no different, as she helped Andrade lock up another win.

4. Becky Lynch

The Man let her self get distracted by the NXT Women’s Champion and then pinned by Asuka. Not exactly a wonderful night at the office. Hopefully just a bad week for the champion, and she’ll be back on track next week.

5. Lana

Well this whole week got turned up side down by Lana and the revelation that she was apparently pregnant! But before anyone gets excited, it was all a ploy for Bobby Lashley to blindside Rusev. It wasn’t the most respectable move in history, but it worked and she rounds out this week’s list.

Top 10: Men’s Division

1. Seth Rollins

The former Universal Champion let the charge in the eight-man tag that saw a victory over the NXT UK assembly of Imperium. It was a good thing to see some fresh competition for Rollins.

2. Andrade

The success of El Idolo continues at lightning speed. Of course, it never hurts having Zelina Vega by your side either.

3. Drew McIntyre

This was simply a case of McIntyre putting a beating on Sin Cara. And McIntyre claiming a decisive victory.

4. Montez Ford

This week, we get a double-dose of a Street Profit. During a six-man tag match, Montez Ford showed off a little flash and excitement. Ford, along with Angelo Dawkins and Kevin Owens, helped Seth Rollins take down Imperium. He and Dawkins are getting progressively more fun to watch every week.

5. R-Truth

We finally get a 24/7 Championship match, albeit a 2-on-1 handicap match. The Singh Brothers pulled the Freebird Rule and defended the title against R-Truth. All was seemingly headed in the direction of a new champion, until the brothers found themselves locked in a room with Erick Rowan. R-Truth gets the point here for choosing to fight another day.

6. Kevin Owens

Let the stunners reign, as Kevin Owens made an appearance in the eight-man tag. It was a bit of an international incident, with Raw being across the pond, but he still gets to post a win on his record.

7. Randy Orton

It’s not often you see The Viper step in and come to the aid of some of the more beloved stars. But when The OC didn’t think Ricochet and Humberto Carrillo could find a third partner, Orton slammed the door on that idea. And AJ Styles would receive an RKO for his efforts.

8. Erick Rowan

After a bit of a creepy vignette, Rowan made rather quick work of the Singh Brothers during the 24/7 Championship match. Let’s face it, you admit it was kind of impressive to see him launch a couch at the brothers like it was a football. But the question is where this new twist with Rowan is going. What’s in the cloth-covered…thing?

9. Cedric Alexander

As good as Andrade has been over the last couple of months, he made Cedric Alexander look pretty good this week. And he looked good enough to lock in a spot on this week’s list.

10. Sin Cara

It’s hard to think that Sin Cara could possibly get a mention this week. But if this could be one of the last times we see the masked superstar, we’ll remember the fact that he took a rather unceremonious beating at the hands of Drew McIntyre.

dark. Next. WWE Friday Night SmackDown Power Rankings: Week of November 11

This NXT invasion of Raw and SmackDown is getting more interesting by the week. And it’s refreshing, because we’re seeing multiple parts of the NXT roster featured. And as Survivor Series draws closer, it’s going to be worth the watch.