AEW star and current AAA, ROH, and IWGP Tag Team Champion Cash Wheeler has reacted after being overlooked for the PWI 500.
The accolades for Roman Reigns continue to roll in as the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion has topped the PWI 500 for the second time in his career. He had previously secured the top spot back in 2016. In fact, the star has been ranked inside the top seven every year since 2014, aside from 2020 when he was 14th.
Reigns was ranked 2nd in 2021 behind Kenny Omega, while last year’s third-place man Bobby Lashley drops to fifth.
Further down the list, however, there appears to have been an omission with PWI’s editor taking to social media to apologise for missing FTR’s Cash Wheeler from the final list of 500. Wheeler responded by tagging in Roderick Strong – the man who ended up with Wheeler’s original place on the list:
“Ok @roderickstrong, there’s only one way to settle this. I want my spot back. I need argument leverage when I argue with the office.”
— Daniel “Cash” Wheeler (@CashWheelerFTR) September 14, 2022
Cash Wheeler’s tag team partner Dax Harwood made the list at position 101 in what has been a remarkable year for FTR where they became 7 star by capturing the AAA, ROH, and IWGP Tag Team Championships.
The full top 10 of the 2022 PWI 500 is –
- Roman Reigns – WWE
- Kazuchika Okada NJPW
- CM Punk – AEW
- Hangman Adam Page – AEW
- Bobby Lashley – WWE
- Cody Rhodes – WWE
- Bryan Danielson – AEW
- El Hijo del Vikingo – AAA
- Big E – WWE
- Jonathan Gresham – ROH