There’s nothing more powerful in professional wrestling than a well-timed heel turn.
Over the years, superstars have reached new heights by going against the good guy mentality that created their previous appeal. Becoming the bad guy may seem detrimental to one’s popularity, but it actually helps to build a rapport and generate heat with the fans.
As we work into the second half of the calendar year, the time for change is upon us. Whether it be a need for an immediate alteration or something that deserves a slow build-up, there are numerous wrestlers in need of a change of scenery.
The following WWE superstars need to turn heel.