Once the upcoming week of WWE programming goes into the books, the face of WWE could change on a big scale. There is a possibility of the Intercontinental championship going to Monday Night Raw while the entire Cruiserweight division might be moved to SmackDown. Similarly, brand supremacy would be cemented on Sunday night.
With the WWE landscape guaranteed to shift with Survivor Series, the Power Rankings will suffer a similar fate due to the packed card that WWE has rolled out for Sunday.
But before we head into this important week of WWE action, here is a look back at how the last week’s episodes of Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live reflected on the rankings.
#10: Goldberg (-1)
Goldberg was physically absent from Monday Night Raw this week, but WWE did air a pre-recorded promo of Goldberg on the show. The idea was to hype the Lesnar – Goldberg match without both the superstars being there and from the looks of it, WWE was successful as well.
With just one more week to go before the showdown at Survivor Series, the upcoming week would be crucial for both Lesnar and Goldberg. Goldberg loses one place in the Power Rankings due to a week of inactivity but depending on how he performs on Raw and in his match with Lesnar, Goldberg could make improvements in the upcoming week.