#9. John Cena
Some will think it's crazy he's ranked this low and others will swear he shouldn't be ranked at all. Even with the loss to Del Rio at Vengeance (it took four men to beat him), Cena still belongs in the "Top 10". His announcement on Raw Monday night that the Rock will be his tag team partner at Survivor Series – despite how anti-climactic it was for most of us that already knew – puts him on this list alone. John Cena should even jump up a few more spots in the coming weeks as we head into Survivor Series – we all know that will be the main focus on every show until then.
#8. Dolph Ziggler
Dolph Ziggler has been on fire in recent weeks. Putting him in back-to-back matches at Vengeance was a unique, fresh way to let Ziggler stand out from the crowd. If he does end up dropping the title to Ryder soon, I hope they do it in a way that Ryder gets the much-needed rub and Ziggler doesn't get hurt in the process. He needs that to be his opportunity to start making his way into the main event picture. Once he sheds the US title, I give it another full year and Ziggler "should" be a very credible, top tier talent.
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