WWE Ratings Percentage Index
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Click here (or the next sheet) to view RPI rankings!
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Rating Percentage Index (RPI) explained
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The Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) is a method which ranks sports teams or individuals based upon their wins, losses and strength of schedule.
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It is used by the NCAA to aid in the selection and seeding of teams appearing in tournaments such as basketball's March Madness.
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Why are RPI rankings superior to simple win-loss records? Imagine a superstar that wins every match but always faces jobbers.
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Sure, their win/loss record is perfect but by facing opponents who often lose, we don't know their true impressiveness!
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Their RPI score will not be nearly as high compared to another superstar who always faces stellar opponents but still manages to win 50% of the time.
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The factors involved are:
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1) the superstar's winning percentage25% of RPI score
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2) the average winning percentage of the superstar's opponents50% of RPI scoreThese two factors comprise a superstar's "strength of schedule".
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3) the average winning percentage of the superstar's opponents' opponents25% of RPI score
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The highest possible RPI is 100.
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The win-loss records were compiled from The Internet Wrestling Database (http://www.profightdb.com) using the following shows:
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Monday Night RawOnly matches from the previous 2 months are included (to account for injuries and changes in pushes).
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Superstars
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Smackdown
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Main EventSuperstars must have competed in at least 3 matches in the last 2 months to be considered in the RPI rankings.
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Saturday Morning Slam
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Pay-per-views
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For one-on-one wins, the victor is awarded 1 point while the loser receives none. In the case of a draw, each superstar receives 1/2 point
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For tag team wins, the victor is awarded a 1/2 point against each competitor (when combined across both competitors in the match, the victor would attain 1 point).
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In a match such as a 6-man tag match, the victor is awarded 1/3 of a point against each competitor (again, when combined across all the competitors in the match, the victor would attain 1 point).
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A bonus point will be given for events such as battle royales.
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