With AEW beginning year two in the coming days, it announced how the annual records will be done.
The promotion announced that, starting with the January 1 episode of Dynamite, wrestlers' records will be reset with the start of the new year. Career record will remain intact, but as the new year progresses, the annual records will be more important when it comes to announcing the weekly AEW rankings.
New 2020 annual records will begin on #AEWDynamite this Wednesday, January 1.— All Elite Wrestling (@AEWrestling) December 27, 2019
Career #AEW records will be cumulative, and the annual records will reset each calendar year.
The annual records will be increasingly important in the rankings as the new calendar year continues. pic.twitter.com/q8Pky5DZfT
The current rankings have been in use for the past couple of months with the likes of Jon Moxley, Cody, Britt Baker and The Young Bucks among others regularly appearing in the top five. Below are the official rankings as of December 26, 2019:
Men's Singles: Champion: Chris Jericho
1. Jon Moxley (Singles Record: 5-0-1)
2. Kenny Omega (Singles Record: 5-2)
3. PAC (Singles Record: 4-2-1)
4. Cody Rhodes (Singles Record: 4-1-1)
5. MJF (2-1)
Women's Singles: Champion: Riho
1. Kris Statlander (Singles Record: 3-0)
2. Britt Baker (Singles Record: 4-3)
3. Hikaru Shida (Singles Record: 3-2)
4. Nyla Rose (Singles Record: 3-3)
5. Emi Sakura (Singles Record: 1-2)
Tag Teams: Champions: SCU
1. Proud N' Powerful (Tag Team Records: Santana: 4-2/ Ortiz: 4-2)
2. The Young Bucks (Tag Team Records: Matt Jackson: 5-4/Nick Jackson: 5-4)
3. The Lucha Bros (Tag Team Records: Pentagon Jr.: 5-4/Fenix: 5-4)
4. Best Friends (Tag Team Records: Trent: 4-4/Chuck Taylor: 4-4)
5. The Dark Order (Tag Team Records: Grayson: 3-2/Evil Uno: 3-2)
AEW Dynamite returns on January 1 with Riho defending her AEW Women's Championship against Statlander. Fightful will have live coverage of Dynamite.