Mr. Kennedy Update, News on SmackDown’s Pecking Order

– The roster sheet we posted last week for the March 2, 2009 Raw featured what looks to be the pecking order for talent in World Wrestling Entertainment. All of the performers in the company were divided by brand, as well as sides (babyface and heel). It would appear that the performers were listed in order of importance/usefulness at the moment, from the company’s view. For instance, Randy Orton and Chris Jericho were listed as the top heel wrestlers on Raw, with seldom-used wrestlers Sim Snuka and Dolph Ziggler listed at the bottom. Wrestlers such as Batista and Mr. Kennedy were listed below the likes of Charlie Haas and Curt Hawkins on the list, but they’re inactive, so they’re not really below them on the WWE pecking order. Due to their inactivity, Batista and Kennedy are of no use to WWE for the week’s set of TV tapings, which explains why they’re listed at the bottom. Technically, Haas and Curt Hawkins would be of greater use to WWE for the week’s tapings than Batista and Kennedy because they’re both active, unlike them.

According to the roster sheet, here is the pecking order for the SmackDown roster (as of Thursday, February 26, 2009):

Babyface SmackDown Superstars: Triple H, Undertaker, Jeff Hardy, The Great Khali (w/Ranjin Singh), R-Truth, MVP, Carlito, Primo, Festus, Jesse, Jimmy Wang Yang, Kizarny, Kung Fu Naki, Hurricane Helms (injured), Mr. Kennedy (injured)

Heel SmackDown Superstars: Edge, Big Show, Matt Hardy, Umaga, Vladimir Kozlov, Shelton Benjamin, Chavo Guerrero, The Brian Kendrick, Ezekiel Jackson, Zack Ryder, Curt Hawkins, DH Smith, Ryan Braddock

– Mr. Kennedy is heading to the UK to promote Wrestlemania XXV on Sky Box Office, reports The Sun.