While AEW's men's rankings remain unchanged, the women's and tag team rankings get a bit of a makeover.
With Kris Statlander defeating Britt Baker on the December 18 episode of AEW Dynamite, Statlander becomes the new No. 1 contender to the AEW Women's Championship and will face Riho on the January 1 episode of Dynamite. In the tag team division, Santana and Ortiz moved up to become the No. 1 ranked team with The Young Bucks dropping to No. 2 after their loss to AEW World Tag Team Champions SCU.
Below are the official AEW Rankings for December 25, 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)
Fightful has its own AEW power rankings, compiled by Jeremy Lambert. The latest version of those power rankings can be seen at this link.