Over the course of a lengthy WWE career, it isn't uncommon for a superstar to turn from heel to face, or vice versa, on several occasions. While a select few are capable of thriving in both roles, most are much better as one rather than the other.
Generally, it's more difficult to get a face reaction than a heel reaction since faces are somewhat handcuffed with regards to what they can do. Because of that, many wrestlers have been unable to replicate their success as a face after a strong heel run.
We may currently be witnessing such a phenomenon with The Miz. It's obviously extremely early in his face run and there is plenty of time to turn things around, but it seems ill-advised at the moment. The Miz was among the best heels in recent memory because of his arrogant attitude and antics, but he'll find that it isn't so easy to get away with those things as a heel.
Aside from The Miz, though, there are obviously many more superstars who have fallen short as faces with much larger sample sizes. Here are the 10 most miscast babyfaces in the history of the WWE.