2) The Young Bucks: I've been vocal about how I'm not a big fan of the Young Bucks. Despite my personal feelings towards the team, they are certainly successful. The current reigning IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions added more gold to their collection this week. At PWG's Mystery Vortex III, Matt and Nick Jackson won the PWG Tag Team Championships for the fourth time. That is a record for the company. They bested Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee to accomplish the feat. Couple that with their victory, alongside AJ Styles, in the main event of ROH on Destination America this week and you've got a recipe for a spot on the list.
4) Jeff Jarrett: Similar to the Young Bucks on this list, Jeff Jarrett isn't someone I really like. However, his name may have been in more headlines than anyone else this past week. First, he appeared on Impact for the first time in a few years. It turns out there is a working agreement between TNA and Jarrett's GFW. At Slammiversary, TNA brought back a match that Jarrett kind of made famous, the King of the Mountain match. It was for a new King of the Mountain Title. Why you debut a new belt but can barely keep your company running is beyond me but still. Jarrett would go on to win yet another King of the Mountain match and the title. It may not be prestigious or mean much in the grand scheme of things, but it's worthy of making my five in a slow week.
5) Aerostar: Unfortunately, Aerostar is someone that I haven't been able to see very often. It was a pretty good week for him though as he racked up an impressive win on Lucha Underground this week. He defeated Cage, The Mack and Marty "The Moth" Martinez to win the third of the seven Aztec Medallions. I'll be 100% honest, I missed some Lucha Underground, so I'm not entirely sure what the Medallions actually are, but it seems to mean something of value, making it at least a pretty big victory.