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sVo Power Rankings – 22nd April 2021

The Power Rankings are once again dominated by Blood Money & Horizon members.

#1 – William Vorheez

Vorheez keeps his place at the top of the power rankings after a big victory over The Teacher on the last episode of ‘Against All Odds’. However with Yoshi Ono and Scott Washington seemingly gunning for his title, can he keep the top spot?

#2 – Gunner Lang

Gunner wasn’t in action on Against All Odds #10, but keeps his place at number two on the rankings thanks to holding the Las Vegas Championship and his 75% win record which is one of the best in the sVo for fighters over 10 matches. Gunner has accepted a big title match against Orlando Fox at Against All Odds #11, so will be looking for another victory to extend his winning record further.

#3 – Anthony Moretti

The leader of Blood Money is still at number three on the power list despite not being in action on Against All Odds #10. Moretti will be looking to guide his team through the Organised Chaos match against Horizon before no doubt looking to regain his sVo Championship belt.

#4 – Darwin Jones

Jones kept his undefeated run going as he teamed with his tag team championship partner to defeat the Canadian Connection in tag team action. Jones has immense power and strength, which will no doubt be essential in the upcoming Organised Chaos match for Horizon.

#5 – Hugo Ryzing

Just like his partner, Hugo Ryzing kept his undefeated run going as he teamed with his tag team championship partner to defeat the Canadian Connection in tag team action. Ryzing is still inexperienced in the ring, but will be facing off against Blood Money in the Organised Chaos match as part of Horizon!

#6 – #10

#6 – Money Malone
#7 – Joe Barone
#8 – Yoshi Ono
#9 – Jupiter James
#10 – Johnny All Star

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