Another month, another edition of the Roast Battle Power Rankings. November 2019 saw two RB legends defend their top tier rankings, and another pair of battle vets make their Top Ten debuts. Let’s get to it.

Top Ten

1. Brett Erickson 12-1
2. Nicole Becannon 16-8
3. Bryan Vokey 12-3
4. Omid Singh 22-11
5. Pat Barker 23-10-2
6. Alex Duong 17-9
7. Quentin Thomas 14-5-1
8. Ashley Johnson 11-2
9. Greg Roque 12-4
10. Keith Carey 20-22

Nicole Becannon remains at number two after defeating Jay Light, while Pat Barker moves up to number five after beating Isaac Hirsch in a three-rounder last week. In the process, Barker also breaks a tie with Omid Singh (#4) for the most wins in the history of the show. Singh will have a chance to tie the score back up later this month when he squares off with Greg Roque, who makes his debut in the top bracket after beating Josh Waldron. Also making his inaugural Top Ten appearance is Ashley Johnson, who ran his record to a very impressive 11-2 with a win over Caesar Lizardo.

11. Joe Eurell 15-13-2
12. Toby Muresianu 15-5
13. Frank Castillo 13-12
14. Alex Hooper 16-9
15. Sarah Keller 15-5-2
16. Isaac Hirsch 11-5
17. Doug Fager 12-11-1
18. Dan Nolan 14-13
19. Dylan Sullivan 7-4
20. Billy Anderson 8-4

Isaac Hirsch’s first-ever three-round battle couldn’t have gone much better – minus the end result, of course. The loss to Barker drops him three spots to 16. Billy Anderson moves into the Top 20 after defeating Tim McGorry, and rounds out the bracket this month.

21. John-Michael Bond 9-5
22. Tom Whalen 9-4
23. Jacob Trimmer 8-5-1
24. Jay Light 15-19-2
25. Armando Torres 6-6-1
26. Albert Escobedo 8-4
27. Tony Bartolone 9-9
28. Kelsey Lane 10-9-1
29. Zach Stein 11-11-1
30. Russell Ells 5-0

Tom Whalen jumps up from 27 to 22 with a win over Paige Wesley, and cements his place right in the middle of the fattest part of the rankings. Seriously, look at the girth from 19 to 27. Dylan Sullivan, John-Michael Bond, Whalen, Jacob Trimmer, Armando Torres, Tony Bartolone… really impressive fat team, only ruined by tiny little Jay Light in the middle. Light falls from 22 to 24 after losing his main event fight with Nicole Becannon.

31. Robyn Blake 6-2
32. Ryan Nesen 6-1
33. Lou Misiano 6-5
34. Julian Fernandez 8-7
35. Sarah Fatemi 7-3
36. Zahra Ali 5-3
37. Todd Walker 5-1
38. Robin Tran 5-10-1
39. April Lotshaw 6-4
40. Heather Marulli 7-7

Not much to report here – Julian Fernandez falls two spots after losing to Deirdre Devlin, while Sarah Fatemi jumps up five after beating Tim McGorry.

41. Kim McVicar 4-1
42. Caesar Lizardo 10-11
43. Rebecca Rush 5-2
44. Tim McGorry 7-8
45. Anthony Davis 3-0
46. Paige Wesley 8-14
47. Deirdre Devlin 5-6
48. Gary Curtis 3-0
49. Digits 6-5
50. Kevin Mac 6-4-1

Kim McVicar opens the final bracket at 41 after running her record to 4-1 with a win over Stacey Machelle. Caesar Lizardo falls from 38 to 42 after losing to Ashley Johnson, while Tim McGorry drops from 37 to 44 following his losses to Deirdre Devlin and Sarah Fatemi. Devlin re-enters the ranks at 47 with the win, as does Digits at 49 after his victory over Mia Mars. Paige Wesley falls from 43 to 46 after her loss to Tom Whalen.

DECEMBER PREVIEW

Here are all the battles for December featuring multiple ranked fighters.
December 3: THREE ROUND MAIN EVENT: Sarah Keller (15) vs. Jay Light (24)
December 10: MAIN EVENT: Omid Singh (4) vs. Greg Roque (9)
December 17: Russell Ells (30) vs. Ryan Nesen (32)… MAIN EVENT #1: Lou Misiano (33) vs. Heather Marulli (40)… MAIN EVENT #2: Joe Eurell (11) vs. Toby Muresianu (12)

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