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8) John Cena: Some might be surprised to see the face of the WWE so low on a Top 10 list; others may question why he's present at all. Let's be honest: Cena's not doing so hot. After an emotional loss to the Rock at WrestleMania, Cena spent all of March getting his ass handed back to him by a returning Brock Lesnar. He did win the match at Extreme Rules - technically -but I've also never seen "The Champ" so completely dominated. Rock, Lesnar and now John Laurinaitis... If it's a vote of sympathy the WWE is looking for, I'm not sure it's working.
7) Rob Van Dam: The "Whole F'n Show" is back on Thursday nights, and he's picked up three huge wins since returning, two against long-time rival Jeff Hardy. He may have no chance of walking out with the title, but RVD is going into TNA Sacrifice as the #1 Contender to Bobby Roode's TNA World Heavyweight Championship.