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It’s happening again to Alexa Bliss

Some places do strength ratings. Here at Cageside, we do an inventory report.

In this weekly series, we identify three superstars (or groups of superstars) who are on their way up, and three who are moving in the opposite direction. After a busy week that included Ronda Rousey returning to WWE television, Beth Phoenix hitting her finisher on Dominic Mysterio, and Lita helping Becky Lynch win a steel cage match, a lot of fortunes changed.

With that in mind, let’s see which stock fell the most this week:

Stock #3: Sonya Deville

One week Sonya Deville challenges Charlotte Flair to the smack down The Women’s Championship, next week, will serve as fodder in a tag team match for Raquel Rodriguez and Liv Morgan as they prepare Judicial Department.

Stock #2: Alexa Place

Alexa Bliss has been absent from WWE television for the past two weeks following the loss of A.J raw Women’s Championship match against Bianca Belair Royal Rumble 2023. It’s not clear how long she’ll be away from television, but the timing of this absence raises questions about how it factored into her creative plans. WrestleMania 39, If after all. Alexa missed last year’s show, and some of her fans consider this a strong indication that it will happen again this year.

Stock #1: Baron Corbin & JBL

Baron Corbin was indeed a loser who always loses losers this week raw, so it was no surprise when Dexter Luomis beat him to a match. JBL completely buried Corbin afterwards, telling him he was nothing more than a channel-heated scumbag. Just like that, their partnership ended, and JBL isn’t expected to appear on WWE TV much in the future. Corbin desperately needs another repack if he hopes to recover from this hold.

Now let’s see who has gained the most this week:

Stock #3: Madcap Moss

Madcap Moss pinned Rey Mysterio in a four-way match smack down To become the number one contender for the title of GUNTHER’s Intercontinental.

Moose would absolutely cut his chest to smithereens and lose this title match, but at least this is a chance for him to get out there next week and show what he can do in a meaningful match with a big guy. Just look at how much Sheamus went above and beyond by having great matches with GUNTHER last year.

Stock No. 2: Jey Uso

Jey Uso might just be the hottest guy in WWE right now. he returned to smack down This week at the last minute to help his brother retain the Tag Team Championships, he then shared a backstage moment with Sami Zayn who set up a big angle for Sami’s match with Roman Reigns at . Judicial Department.

Jey is a very likable character who is caught up in a tense family feud, and there is a great deal of anticipation to see what decision he will make when he is forced to choose between Sami and Roman.

Stocking #1: Paul Heyman

Roman Reigns is working part-time and wasn’t around this week, so Paul Heyman had to carry a different load of main event action on his back. And that wasn’t a problem at all, because Hakim is the best talker in the business.

The Heyman Show with Cody Rhodes raw It was an emotional and compelling clip that quickly turned on Cody WrestleMania Story in TV is a must. Heyman was also an essential part of all the drama that happened with Sami Zayn and The Usos smack down. Paul spied on a backstage conversation between Jimmy and J Uso, caught Jimmy telling a little lie when he asked him about the conversation, then left an interesting teaser about what Jimmy might see when he stays home and watches Judicial Department next weekend.

There you have it, Cagesiders. Who do you think changed the most this week?

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