Seth Rollins' betrayal of The Shield stunned WWE fans, but the moment didn't have the weight that two great heel turns from the late '80s had.
WWE has showcased heroes becoming villains countless times. Only the most powerful of those acts of treason are permanently lodged in fans' minds.
It's too early to know how long and far Rollins cracking a steel chair against his brothers' backs will reverberate.
Should Rollins' turn lead to him becoming one of the top stars in company history or sets off a feud that will be remembered forever, then this list will have to be revisited. For now, though, two of Hulk Hogan's former allies rank at No. 1 and No. 2.
Ranked on the thrill/shock of the turn itself, the story leading up to it and the historical impact it had on the wrestlers involved and WWE as a whole, here the the 10 best heel turns in company history.
Note that ones that occurred elsewhere (e.g., Hogan in 1996 for WCW) weren't considered for this list.