Welcome to the first version of the sVo Power Rankings! We take a look back at all of the events in the sVo including the first sVo return show of Against All Odds, and take a look at who has the most momentum on the roster right now!
#1 – Scott Washington
The O-Town Outlaw was absolutely dominating in his first match back, with the former sVo Tag Team Champion destroying former Hardcore Champion Orlando Fox in the ring and then outside as well! With Fox now on the injured list as a result, no one on the roster will look forward to going up against Washington in singles action. With Amy Page seemingly and somewhat surprisingly by his side, Washington will no doubt be looking to go one better than his last sVo run and be gunning for the the vacant sVo Championship belt.
#2 – Anthony Moretti
Moretti main evented the first sVo show back against a mystery opponent which turned out to be Dallas Jordan. With Jordan hand picked by Jon Page, who Moretti had upset earlier in the night, Moretti did well to pick up the victory and push himself towards a shot at the sVo Championship, something that he was unable to win when he last had a shot back in 2008.
#3 – CJ Dreamer
Dreamer had a tough match at ‘AAO1’ as he had to go up against the former Las Vegas Champion James von Drake, who of course had his wife at his side as always. However the former Tag Team Champion Dreamer picked up an impressive win before throwing his name into the running for the vacant sVo Championship later in the night in a backstage interview.
#4 – Nathan Judge
Judge held gold in his last sVo run with the Las Vegas Championship belt, and he had a tough match on his return as he took on the masked individual known as The Teacher. The match was back and forth, but Judge manages to pick up a big win to get him some momentum on his return to action. With Judge holding the Las Vegas Championship when the sVo last closed, he will no doubt be knocking on Jon Page’s door and wanting a shot to regain his gold.
#5 – Lucy Von Drake
Lucy wasn’t actually in action herself on ‘AAO1’, however she showed just how important she was as she tried to get her husband the upper hand at ringside and then showed her anger to referee Brett Lukas after the match in the backstage area after a poor call by the official. Although in the last sVo run Lucy Von Drake was purely a manager for JVD, she has had a lot of wrestling experience in the years in between – will she step into the ring in the new version of the sVo?