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WWE has something special planned for Solo Sikoa

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 back to Bobby Lashley rawLiv Morgan slapping Raquel Rodriguez in the face, and the Banger Brothers getting booked into the tag team championship, a lot of fortunes changed.

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

Stock #3: Xia Li

Xia Li and Tegan Nox need a win right now as they try to climb the ladder in WWE. Tegan is the guy who beat Lee this week (Jan 13) SmackDownsuggesting that Li’s multiple wins in a gauntlet match from a few weeks ago wasn’t actually a push-start for her.

Stock #2: Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey has disappeared from WWE television since she was dropped SmackDown Women’s Championship by Charlotte Flair. They were also removed from WWE’s 30th Anniversary advertisements raw. With Royal Rumble In a couple of weeks, it’s at the very least possible that Rousey will be left out of the singles championship picture entirely moving forward.

Stock #1: O.C

The OC is expected to lose momentum now that their leader, AJ Styles, is out of the picture with an injury. Mia Yim takes losses and gets beaten by Damage CTRL, while the Good Bros are the first to come out in this week’s tag team challenge match (January 9) raw. This type of attachment to the group will likely continue until Styles returns.

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

Stock #3: Solo Sequa

Solo Sequoia is a killer. He’s taken on Umaga’s Samoan Spike to destroy the opposition in recent weeks, including a win over Dolph Ziggler this week. raw. Sikoa also had a major table spot in The Bloodline’s beatdown of Kevin Owens last night SmackDown.

WWE commentators are now bringing up the fact that Solo hasn’t been pinned since he made his main roster debut in September, which is a pretty big deal. His powerful booking has gotten to the point where he pretty much fills in for Roman Reigns’ physical presence when the part-time chief isn’t on TV. It’s clear WWE has something special planned for Sikoa, as he could hardly have asked for a better main roster than he’s been given.

Stocking No. 2: Gunther

GUNTHER achieved his most significant victory in WWE to date, defeating Braun Strowman in the SmackDown to retain the Intercontinental title. In less than a year, GUNTHER already has the kind of credibility required to get booked in matches with top stars like Brock Lesnar; It’s just a matter of when WWE decides to pull that trigger.

Stocking #1: Judgment Day

Doomsday dominated the last hour of raw, defeating four other teams while running the gauntlet from start to finish. There are indications that WWE is interested in splitting up the Unified Championships, meaning that Judgment Day is suddenly a viable threat to take down the Usos when they challenge them for raw Team titles tag.

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

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