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    The Miz tries to form an alliance with Seth Rollins.Credit: WWE.com

    WWE may be struggling to maintain its ratings, but those numbers don’t reflect the level of talent on both the Raw and SmackDown rosters.

    It’s almost gotten to the point where the company has too many people deserving of a run with the WWE title to accommodate everyone.

    Even if the storylines are bad, we still get pay-per-view quality matches on a weekly basis from every division.

    The month of May was all about reshaping the rosters following WrestleMania 33 and the Superstar Shake-up. 

    Instead of doing weekly Power Rankings for WWE Superstars, we will be doing it at the end of each month, so the list has been increased from 10 to 15.

    Each Superstar will be judged based on the strength of their performances and their win-loss record for the month in question. Let’s see where everyone landed in the May Superstars Power Rankings.

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