One thing is for sure: Over the years, we've seen some dreadful romance angles in WWE: Ted DiBiase and Maryse in 2010 (the two had all the romantic chemistry of Hayden Christensen and Natalie Portman in the Star Wars prequels).
The terrible pairing of Perry Saturn and Terri in 2000 and 2001. Then later Perry Saturn and...an, er, mop (lame, but actually far more convincing than him and Terri).
Oh, and on Smackdown, there's the current romance storyline with general manager Teddy Long and diva Aksana which has been going on for what feels like years.
Also, the whole thing is so darn sleazy and unethical (Long is Aksana's boss and almost twice her age), bad guys John Laurinaitis and David Otunga don't even come off as remotely heelish for complaining about how unprofessional Teddy is acting in his attempts to bed the Lithuanian star.
But sometimes, just sometimes, WWE have shown they can put together convincing, well-written romance angles that provide entertainment for fans, help the on-screen product and boost the careers of those involved in them greatly.
So rather than dwelling on the awful, cringe-worthy relationship storylines that have blighted WWE TV, it might better serve us to focus on the angles that have actually been pretty good. With this in mind, here are the six best romance angles in WWE history...