Ahead of tonight’s live episode of Dynamite, AEW revealed the latest edition of their weekly top-five roster rankings.

Cody and Lance Archer, who will face off in the TNT Championship tournament finals at Double or Nothing later this month, are ranked first and second in the men’s division. Kenny Omega, Brodie Lee, and Darby Allin round out the top five. Lee is a new addition to the top five, while Jake Hager has fallen out of it.

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The women’s and tag team division rankings are unchanged. Hikaru Shida is the top challenger in the women’s division, followed by Kris Statlander, Yuka Sakazaki, Britt Baker, and Riho.

The Dark Order are the top challengers in the tap team division. Best Friends are second, The Young Bucks are third, SCU are fourth, and The Lucha Bros are fifth.

Here are the full rankings with updated records included:

Men’s division —

Champion: Jon Moxley (9-0 singles record in 2020, 14-2-1 overall record)

Cody (8-1 singles record in 2020, 15-6-1 overall record
Lance Archer (4-0 singles record in 2020, 4-0 overall record)
Kenny Omega (4-0 singles record in 2020, 20-7 overall record)
Brodie Lee (4-0 singles record in 2020, 4-0 overall record)
Darby Allin (5-3 singles record in 2020, 10-10-1 overall record)
Women’s division —

Champion: Nyla Rose (4-1 singles record in 2020, 9-4 overall record)

Hikaru Shida (7-1 singles record in 2020, 12-5 overall record)
Kris Statlander (2-3 singles record in 2020, 6-6 overall record)
Yuka Sakazaki (1-1 singles record in 2020, 1-4 overall record)
Britt Baker (3-3 singles record in 2020, 11-7 overall record)
Riho (3-3 singles record in 2020, 11-6 overall record)
Tag team division —

Champions: Kenny Omega & Hangman Page (6-0 tag team record in 2020, 20-7 overall record for Omega, 13-9 overall record for Page)

The Dark Order (5-0 tag team record in 2020, 9-3 overall record for Evil Uno, 9-4 overall record for Stu Grayson)
Best Friends (6-3 tag team record in 2020, 12-14 overall record for Trent Barreta, 11-12 overall record for Chuck Taylor)
The Young Bucks (2-2 tag team record in 2020, 12-9 overall record for Nick Jackson, 12-9 overall record for Matt Jackson)
SCU (2-3 tag team record in 2020, 16-7 overall record for Scorpio Sky, 16-6 overall record for Frankie Kazarian)
The Lucha Bros (1-2 tag team record in 2020, 10-9 overall record for Pentagon Jr., 11-9 overall record for Fenix)