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John Cena Tops ESPN's WWE Power Rankings, ESPN Questions Swagger's Push
By Michael Bluth
Feb 26, 2013 - 3:59:42 PM

ESPN.com has released their weekly WWE Power Rankings and John Cena jumped to the top of the charts after barely breaking the top 10 last week (9). Following Monday's episode of WWE RAW, here's a look at this week's ESPN.com WWE Power Rankings:

1. John Cena
2. CM Punk
3. Triple H
4. Brock Lesnar
5. Ryback
6. Randy Orton
7. Sheamus
8. Mark Henry
9. The Shield
10. Jack Swagger

The article noted the "awkward" wet spot on Triple H's pants and gave big props to John Cena and CM Punk for their stellar main event match. The article also questioned WWE's decision to continue pushing Jack Swagger's after he was arrested for DUI and drug possession last week:

"So does WWE have a wellness policy or not? How can Swagger get arrested for DUI and possession of marijuana last week and not only avoid suspension, but star in multiple segments on Raw? Weed the People."

VIDEO - CM Punk's NASTY Piledriver On JOHN CENA From RAW


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