WWE Raw: Division Rankings Before Extreme Rules 2017

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The RAW Tag Team Division

Highlights of the Division

The Hardys scored another tag team win over their Extreme Rules opponents before their upcoming title match this Sunday. The pure dominance showcased by the champs over their opponents consistently since April has been redundant and boring. Nobody really cares at this point if the Hardy Boys retain their championship at Extreme Rules. 

The team of Cesaro and Sheamus this past month after Payback has been utterly disappointing. Their heel turn should have changed the direction and momentum of this championship rivalry—but it hasn’t. Their performances in singles and tag action have turned them into a parody of themselves. They can’t buy wins and only eat losses. Even if they win the titles this Sunday, does anybody really care at this juncture in time?

The Revival made an appearance at RAW and letting the world know that they will be back soon. If they are indeed the team that blindsided Enzo last week on RAW, this will be the perfect way for the “Top Guys” to re-introduce themselves to the RAW audience. This development should keep them busy till they get a title opportunity down the line.

As for Enzo Amore and Big Cass, the conspiracy that surrounds the blind-sided attacks of Enzo is storytelling at it’s purest form. Adding Corey Graves and Kurt Angle into the mix might rule out the Revival as the culprits of the crime. If that’s the case, another player or team might benefit from these turn of events. 

These are the rankings for the division this week.

RAW Tag Team Champions: The Hardy Boys (4 Wins – 0 Losses)


  • No.1 Contender: Cesaro and Sheamus (5 Wins – 7 Losses)
  • Contender No. 2: Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson (7 Wins – 9 Losses)
  • Contender No. 3: The Revival (2 Wins – 0 Losses)


  • Pretender No. 1: Enzo and Big Cass (4 Wins – 8 Losses)
  • Pretender No. 2: Heath Slater & Rhyno (3 Wins – 3 Losses)