I think BaBy has found at least one of his magic socks. Excluding preliminaries, he is 14-7 since the start of the season, and he's starting to look stronger. Currently on a 4-game win streak topped off with an intense TvT against Light, BaBy looks like he's ready to be an asset, not a detriment, to FOX again. However, being out of both leagues hurts, and BaBy will have to show some serious prowess (like his 9 game win streak in PL last season) to get back on the PR.
Leta's got a record of 15-7 this season, which looks very nice on paper. However, there's a few reasons why he's not on the PR: first and foremost, he's out of OSL. Yeah, I know, power of the afro and whatnot, but still I expected more from Shin Sang Moon. Secondly, if you look at his record, Leta's most impressive wins have come against... TurN and Stats. In other words, Leta has either lost to or not played other notable players, so we can't really see his skill in this case.
Also, my god, every time I see you play I see a girl. What have you done to me?
Interestingly enough, Modesty is on a 7-game winstreak and has (pretty much) qualified for the OSL Ro8 with his victories over Fantasy and Hydra. Also, after the game against Hydra he should be ELO peaking, but we'll see. He's close, but I don't see Modesty moving too high up the Power Ranking any time soon, since I honestly think this run is kind of a fluke. Honestly, what's with the random streaks this past month?
I am kind of disappointed with Neo.G_Bonjwa, since after getting destroyed by HiyA he hasn't been the same. True, one of his next opponents was Jaedong, and another Stork, but losing to Much? I'm kind of miffed on that one. Regardless, Soulkey is still one of the best, if not the best, rookies on the scene, and if it weren't for his failure against HiyA, Soulkey would still be PRing. Instead, he'll have to wait for another month. He's still in the MSL, and even though Stars has slipped a
ZerO was looking very strong at the beginning of the season, especially in his weakest matchup of ZvZ. However, in the past month ZerO's racked up more losses than wins (and along with that, his ZvZ has gone back to being streaky: look at the OSL knockout by HoGiL), and he's shown that he's still not ready to handle Ace matches. The Prince of Queens needs to step up his game, particularly against more notable opponents, if he wants to make it back on the Power Rank.