IP Wrestling TNA Rankings: June 4, 2006

Here is the latest update of Inside Pulse Wrestling’s OFFICIAL rankings of NWA: Total NonStop Action. Rankings, from here on out will be posted the first Sunday of every month.

Official Inside Pulse Rankings for NWA: Total NonStop Action – 06.04.06

NWA Champion – Christian Cage

1. (tie) Jeff Jarrett – Defeated Raven for a spot in the King of the Mountain match
1. (tie) Ron Killings – Defeated The Alpha Male for a spot in the King of the Mountain match
1. (tie) Abyss – Defeated Rhino for a spot in the King of the Mountain match
4. (tie) Sting – Will face Big Poppa Pump for the final King of the Mountain spot this week
4. (tie) Scott Steiner – Will face Sting for the final King of the Mountain spot this week
6. Raven – Still involved with the program with Zbyszko
7. Monty Brown – Comes off the DL, and is shot right into the King of the Mountain qualifying matches
8. Bobby Roode – Big win at Sacrifice over Rhino, and continues to be the top Heavyweight in Team Canada
9. Rhino – Lost to Roode and Abyss back to back nights, and seems to be on his way down the rankings more
10. Kevin Nash – Maybe he should be ranked in the X-Division?

Tag Team Champions – America’s Most Wanted

1. AJ Styles & Christopher Daniels
2. The James Gang
3. Team 3D
4. Team Canada
5. The Naturals

X-Division Champion – Samoa Joe

1. Chris Sabin
2. Alex Shelley
3. Petey Williams
4. Sonjay Dutt
5. Jay Lethal

Non-Ranked Wrestlers listed on TNAWrestling.com
Austin Aries
Brother Runt
Cassidy Riley
Christy Hemme
David Young
Eric Young
Gail Kim
Jackie Gayda
James Mitchell
Jeff Hardy
Jerry Lynn
Johnny Devine
Lance Hoyt
‘Maverick’ Matt Bentley
‘Primetime’ Elix Skipper
Roderick Strong
Scott D’Amore
Shark Boy
Simon Diamond
Traci Brooks

In this monthly feature, the Inside Pulse Wrestling editorial board ranks the Heavyweight, Tag Team, and X Divisions within NWA: Total NonStop Action. Rankings include the top ten Heavyweights, along with the top five Tag Teams & X Division competitors listed on TNAwrestling.com, plus regular, unlisted competitors.

These rankings take into account (in order):

  • Current title status
  • Declared and presumed storyline rankings
  • Recent victories and quality of opponents
  • Quality of matches (psychology, workrate, and entertainment value)
  • Quality of TV exposure (length, placement during show, and crowd response)

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