WWE: Five Most Controversial WWE/World Title Wins in History

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WWE: Five Most Controversial WWE/World Title Wins in History

Hey Bleachers. My name is PS Singh and this article is about the five dirtiest/most controversial WWE or World title wins in the history of WWE.

As you all know, we are fresh off one of the greatest WWE pay per views in years, Money In The Bank 2011. This pay per view was highlighted by the main event, which saw CM Punk CLEANLY defeat John Cena for the WWE championship.

This was Cena's first clean defeat since September 2009, when he lost to Triple H. I, personally was expecting Punk to win the match, but I never actually believed he would win it as cleanly as he did.

Why didn't I believe he would win cleanly? Because for years in WWE, heels (although you could argue that Punk isn't exactly a heel anymore) have been made to look weak in most high-profile matches, and rarely these past few years has a heel cleanly won a WWE or World Heavyweight title.

Nope, instead they were usually given dirty or controversial title victories.

Basically a dirty win is when a wrestler wins a match by technically breaking the rules, getting interference by others on his behalf or because of crooked officiating.

These "dirty" wins often make the wrestler who used the dirty tactics (who is generally the heel) look weak, while making the face who lost because of the heel's dirty tactics look strong.

So, without further ado, here are five of the most controversial World title wins in the history of WWE.

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