ESPN released their WWE Power Rankings on March 19 and Triple Ha rose from out of nowhere to capture the number one spot on their list. Here is a look at this week's power rankings.
After dismissing this week's "Raw" because of Fandango, Alberto Del Rio, and John Cena, ESPN went straight to The Game, Triple H, to lead off the week's rankings. On this week's "Raw," Triple H came out to agree to fight Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania, but beat up Paul Heyman a little bit first. When Lesnar came out, Triple H pulled out the sledgehammer and the Wrestlemania match is set up.
Brock Lesnar dropped on spot to number two based mostly on Heyman's digs at Triple H.
ESPN frowned on Alberto Del Rio, basically the fact the crowd was chanting "USA" when the Real American Jack Swagger was supposed to be the bad guy. As a result, Swagger took the third spot by beating Chris Jericho on "Smackdown" and then breaking Ricardo Rodriguez's ankle on "Raw."
Dolph Ziggler and Big E Langston ranked fourth as they will now get a world tag team championship match at Wrestlemania, while Randy Orton, Sheamus and Big Show ranked fifth, as they are going to fight The Shield at the big event.
Rounding out the Top 10 in the WWE Power Rankings was CM Punk (promo against Undertaker), Ryback (feud heating up with Mark Henry), John Cena (poor promo, then a win on "Raw"), Team Hell No (Kane is awesome mad), and Chris Jericho (lost twice, but both matches were great).
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