In wrestling there are heels and faces, a modern day version of good and evil.
Some wrestlers are personified by being a heel or face; a good wrestler can be booed one day then cheered the next or vice versa.
Sometimes though being face for too long, or even being face at all, can be a bad thing. Either the wrestler has been playing face for so long that the crowd is sick and tired of it, or the wrestler is just better at portraying a heel than a face.
A good example of this would be Edge. When Edge came back from his Achilles heel injury at the 2010 Royal Rumble, the WWE tried having him play face.
This lasted a good three months before they realized what they had done and they changed him back to heel.
Why? Because he just wasn’t getting over with the fans. He had some of the crowd behind him, but not near as much of a following as when he was heel, so the WWE changed him back.
Also, if the wrestler has been face for a very long time and then turns heel, it can do wonders for their career.
Just look at Hulk Hogan. He was a face for years and years, but with one leg drop his career shot through the roof again.
In this article I'm going to present to you 10 WWE superstars who need to turn heel. Some I'm sure you will see coming, but others you may not.
Sit back, relax, grab a beer, and enjoy!