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5th Apr '18 6:43:08 PM nombretomado
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* Wrestling/MickieJames has never actually been booed in WWE. Her initial character was a face who was Wrestling/TrishStratus's biggest fan ever and she became increasingly obsessed with Trish even kissing her and saying she was in love with her. When Trish finally told her to back off Mickie went psycho and turned heel. However the crowds still cheered her and when she faced Trish at ''WrestleMania 22'', the fans cheered for Mickie and booed Trish whenever she got offence in. Trish was never turned heel and Mickie remained a heel until after Trish's retirement in which she became a face by default when she feuded with Lita. She has always received brilliant reactions from the WWE fans so much that there was a near-riot at the Extreme Rules 2010 PPV which took place three days after her release.

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* Wrestling/MickieJames has never actually been booed in WWE. Her initial character was a face who was Wrestling/TrishStratus's biggest fan ever and she became increasingly obsessed with Trish even kissing her and saying she was in love with her. When Trish finally told her to back off Mickie went psycho and turned heel. However the crowds still cheered her and when she faced Trish at ''WrestleMania ''[=WrestleMania=] 22'', the fans cheered for Mickie and booed Trish whenever she got offence in. Trish was never turned heel and Mickie remained a heel until after Trish's retirement in which she became a face by default when she feuded with Lita. She has always received brilliant reactions from the WWE fans so much that there was a near-riot at the Extreme Rules 2010 PPV which took place three days after her release.



* Wrestling/CMPunk, after turning back heel in the middle of 2012 following a full year as the company's top babyface, continued to get cheered despite his character mutating from a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold cocky but genuine wrestling revolutionary]] to outright [[ItsAllAboutMe respect-demanding]] [[{{Jerkass}} jackass]]. This was understandable at first, considering most of his heel run early on consisted of feuding with a SmugSuper BaseBreaker and a face commentator prone to MoralDissonance who both couldn't even admit that, being a long-running WWE Champion considered by many to be a leader for the young talent in the back, his claim to "Best in the World" status had some legs. Even Punk's later dickish habit of constantly interrupting legends was admissible, considering how many times a Hall of Famer would come up and tell him he had to fight Wrestling/JohnCena for the infiniteth time to validate his career. However, the self-proclaimed habitual line stepper would achieve new lows not seen since the death of Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, first when he taunted Wrestling/JerryLawler for his real-life heart attack the night of Lawler's official return to commentary, then when he interrupted Wrestling/TheUndertaker's tribute to the late Wrestling/PaulBearer less than a week after the latter's real-life death just to put himself over as the man who'll defeat Undertaker at WrestleMania, even using Bearer's name in the process. Even Wrestling/VickieGuerrero felt he deserved to be punished. Yet fans ''still'' cheered for him.

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* Wrestling/CMPunk, after turning back heel in the middle of 2012 following a full year as the company's top babyface, continued to get cheered despite his character mutating from a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold cocky but genuine wrestling revolutionary]] to outright [[ItsAllAboutMe respect-demanding]] [[{{Jerkass}} jackass]]. This was understandable at first, considering most of his heel run early on consisted of feuding with a SmugSuper BaseBreaker and a face commentator prone to MoralDissonance who both couldn't even admit that, being a long-running WWE Champion considered by many to be a leader for the young talent in the back, his claim to "Best in the World" status had some legs. Even Punk's later dickish habit of constantly interrupting legends was admissible, considering how many times a Hall of Famer would come up and tell him he had to fight Wrestling/JohnCena for the infiniteth time to validate his career. However, the self-proclaimed habitual line stepper would achieve new lows not seen since the death of Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, first when he taunted Wrestling/JerryLawler for his real-life heart attack the night of Lawler's official return to commentary, then when he interrupted Wrestling/TheUndertaker's tribute to the late Wrestling/PaulBearer less than a week after the latter's real-life death just to put himself over as the man who'll defeat Undertaker at WrestleMania, [=WrestleMania=], even using Bearer's name in the process. Even Wrestling/VickieGuerrero felt he deserved to be punished. Yet fans ''still'' cheered for him.
17th Mar '18 5:32:22 PM chucknormie
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* Alexa Bliss seems to be growing a fandom even though she's been a heel since at least her last year in NXT, especially since her recent feud with Bayley. While there are some that still dislike her, mostly die-hard Bayley smark fans who think Alexa's "Mean Girl" character has been overdone, others still seem to be gravitating toward her, possibly because of Bayley's character not evolving much past being a saccharine nice girl and/or because even though Alexa is supposed to be an AlphaBitch, she also has enough of a CuteBruiser type that is focused on winning and willing to fight more than other queen-bee-style characters in the past (except against much larger women like Nia Jax, but that's kind of understandable...)

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* Alexa Bliss seems to be growing a fandom even though she's been a heel since at least her last year in NXT, especially since her recent feud with Bayley. While there are some that still dislike her, mostly die-hard Bayley smark fans who think Alexa's "Mean Girl" character has been overdone, others still seem to be gravitating toward her, possibly because of Bayley's character not evolving much past being a saccharine nice girl and/or because even though Alexa is supposed to be an AlphaBitch, she also has enough of a CuteBruiser type that is focused on winning and willing to fight more than other queen-bee-style characters in the past (except against much larger women like Nia Jax, but that's kind of understandable...))
* Everything about Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada from his introduction was designed to be hateable, from his arrogant attitude and cocky posturing to his ridiculously flashy attire and entrance, to positioning him in a feud with pure {{Face}} Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi, to having ''the head booker of the company'' as his manager. It was enough to make some wonder if Wrestling/{{New Japan|ProWrestling}} had [[InvokedTrope intentionally tried to make him seem like a]] CreatorsPet in order to get the fans to hate him. It ended up backfiring to a spectacular degree, as unlike most Pets, Okada actually had the skill to back every single one of his boasts up. He ended up being the overwhelming fan favorite in his feuds with Tanahashi and then (at the time a poorly-received face) Wrestling/TetuyaNaito, so much that he essentially [[HeelFaceTurn turned himself into the company's top face by default]] (and ended up singlehandedly turning all of [[PowerStable CHAOS]] into faces as well).
* Wrestling/KennyOmega is a [[ItsAllAboutMe egomaniacal]], [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] SmugSnake who sees everyone, even his so-called [[TrueCompanions "brothers"]] in the Wrestling/BulletClub as stepping stones on his way to world domination. He's [[NotCheatingUnlessYouGetCaught routinely cheated in big matches]], [[KickTheSonOfABitch attempted to get rid of Club members that question his leadership multiple times]], and even got his position in the first place by [[TheStarscream going behind]] Wrestling/{{AJ Styles}}' [[TheStarscream back]]. Yet he's so charismatic and genuinely skilled in the ring that fans all around the world love him, and his leadership took the Club to bigger heights than ever, in both terms of mainstream popularity and merchandise sales. His Draco-ness reached such a peak that when Wrestling/CodyRhodes attempted to oust him from his position of power, ostensibly for the Bullet Club's sake, that ended up turning him into [[RonTheDeathEater the biggest heel in all of wrestling]] despite having some very valid reasons to do so.
* Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito openly disrespects everything, from titles, to the fans, to the own company he works for, and is a LazyBum who openly does not care about wrestling unless when it suits him, but is wildly cheered by the same fans he trashes. This counts as doubly ironic, because as a typical {{Face}} who played to the fans he was openly hated on; being completely disrespectful to everyone and everything has probably won him the most respect he's ever gotten in his career. Just to add to that, his character ended up [[{{Applicability}} resonating with the audience]] a lot more than bookers ever dreamed it would, to the point where he's been cheered going up against Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada and Wrestling/KennyOmega, who themselves have examples on this page, and even pure babyface Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi.
3rd Nov '17 6:54:05 PM SomeoneElse17
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** Not ''just'' because he's a good-looking man. Most smarks were of the opinion that he was no good as a face, and that "Douchetista is the Best-tista". His final performances were almost sublime.

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** Not ''just'' because he's a good-looking man. Most smarks and Batista himself were of the opinion that he was no good as a face, and that "Douchetista is the Best-tista". His final performances were almost sublime.
26th Aug '17 6:04:16 AM XFllo
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* Alexa Bliss seems to be growing a fandom even though she's been a heel since at least her last year in NXT, especially since her recent feud with Bayley. While there are some that still dislike her, mostly die-hard Bayley smark fans who think Alexa's "Mean Girl" character has been overdone, others still seem to be gravitating toward her, possibly because of Bayley's character not evolving much past being a saccharine nice girl and/or because even though Alexa is supposed to be TheLibby, she also has enough of a CuteBruiser type that is focused on winning and willing to fight more than other Libby-style characters in the past (except against much larger women like Nia Jax, but that's kind of understandable...)

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* Alexa Bliss seems to be growing a fandom even though she's been a heel since at least her last year in NXT, especially since her recent feud with Bayley. While there are some that still dislike her, mostly die-hard Bayley smark fans who think Alexa's "Mean Girl" character has been overdone, others still seem to be gravitating toward her, possibly because of Bayley's character not evolving much past being a saccharine nice girl and/or because even though Alexa is supposed to be TheLibby, an AlphaBitch, she also has enough of a CuteBruiser type that is focused on winning and willing to fight more than other Libby-style queen-bee-style characters in the past (except against much larger women like Nia Jax, but that's kind of understandable...)
11th Jun '17 6:31:07 PM Rowdycmoore
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* WWE's Wrestling/{{Maryse}} might be worth noting. During her time in WWE she never displayed one redeeming quality. Even when she appeared to be nice to Gail Kim she was really laying down insults in French. True she is a {{Heel}}, but Maryse didn't generate the animosity as other heels such as Wrestling/MichelleMcCool or Wrestling/{{Layla}}, either from crowds or internet commentators despite the latter being better in the ring and actually having behaved decently before a FaceHeelTurn.

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* WWE's Wrestling/{{Maryse}} might be worth noting. During her time in WWE she never displayed one redeeming quality. Even when she appeared to be nice to Gail Kim she was really laying down insults in French. True she is a {{Heel}}, but Maryse didn't generate the animosity as other heels such as Wrestling/MichelleMcCool or Wrestling/{{Layla}}, either from crowds or internet commentators despite the latter being better in the ring and actually having behaved decently before a FaceHeelTurn. She has regained full heel status since her return to WWE mimicking her real life status as The Miz's wife.
11th Jun '17 6:27:38 PM Rowdycmoore
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* Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's career motto since his Wrestling/{{WCW}} days was all about cheating, openly flaunting all sorts of dishonorable tactics as a form of pride. He was willing to sell out his fellow luchadors by unmasking them for an investigation and even drove [[Wrestling/ChavoGuerreroJr his own nephew]] into madness by trying to rope him into following his ways (though Chavo eventually did so willingly years later in WWE). As his feud with Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr in 2005 showed, if he got particularly driven about something he could be prone to obsessive, sociopathic tendencies and absolutely vile measures. Yet because of his talent, his charm, and the fact that in real life he was a recovered drug addict and a born-again Christian who always had love for the people around him, his character got away with ''a lot'' of crap in the eyes of fans, so much so that it literally took the stipulation of putting the custody of Rey Mysterio's son on the line following Eddie's claim that Dominick was actually his for people to universally want Rey to beat Eddie in a match that year. And that's all BEFORE the man's death.

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* Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's career motto since his Wrestling/{{WCW}} days was all about cheating, openly flaunting all sorts of dishonorable tactics as a form of pride. He was willing to sell out his fellow luchadors by unmasking them for an investigation and even drove [[Wrestling/ChavoGuerreroJr his own nephew]] into madness by trying to rope him into following his ways (though Chavo eventually did so willingly years later in WWE). As his feud with Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr in 2005 showed, if he got particularly driven about something he could be prone to obsessive, sociopathic tendencies and absolutely vile measures. Yet because of his talent, his charm, and the fact that in real life he was a recovered drug addict and a born-again Christian who always had love for the people around him, his character got away with ''a lot'' of crap in the eyes of fans, so much so that it literally took the stipulation of putting the custody of Rey Mysterio's son on the line following Eddie's claim that Dominick was actually his for people to universally want Rey to beat Eddie in a match that year. And that's all BEFORE the man's death.death.
* Alexa Bliss seems to be growing a fandom even though she's been a heel since at least her last year in NXT, especially since her recent feud with Bayley. While there are some that still dislike her, mostly die-hard Bayley smark fans who think Alexa's "Mean Girl" character has been overdone, others still seem to be gravitating toward her, possibly because of Bayley's character not evolving much past being a saccharine nice girl and/or because even though Alexa is supposed to be TheLibby, she also has enough of a CuteBruiser type that is focused on winning and willing to fight more than other Libby-style characters in the past (except against much larger women like Nia Jax, but that's kind of understandable...)
22nd Jan '17 12:22:51 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Even back in the 80s when Kayfabe was in full swing The Four Horsemen had fans: because they were so, so cool. As {{Wrestling/Raven}} put it, "There's a reason why Wrestling/RicFlair keeps getting [[HeelFaceTurn turned face]] - who wouldn't want to party with the Nature Boy?"

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* Even back in the 80s when Kayfabe was in full swing The Four Horsemen Wrestling/TheFourHorsemen had fans: because they were so, so cool. As {{Wrestling/Raven}} put it, "There's a reason why Wrestling/RicFlair keeps getting [[HeelFaceTurn turned face]] - who wouldn't want to party with the Nature Boy?"
21st Aug '16 1:11:18 PM nombretomado
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** On an episode of Raw, Wrestling/{{Edge}} called Orton out on this; claiming that his (apparently insincere) dedication to the fans following returning from a career-threatening injury didn't net him the same kind of fan support Orton had, although Orton was playing the same selfish jerkass character he always was. Hell, immediately before {{Edge}} spoke, Orton got a massive pop for [=RKOing=] guest host Wayne Brady.

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** On an episode of Raw, Wrestling/{{Edge}} called Orton out on this; claiming that his (apparently insincere) dedication to the fans following returning from a career-threatening injury didn't net him the same kind of fan support Orton had, although Orton was playing the same selfish jerkass character he always was. Hell, immediately before {{Edge}} Edge spoke, Orton got a massive pop for [=RKOing=] guest host Wayne Brady.
21st Feb '16 7:26:24 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's career motto since his WCW days was all about cheating, openly flaunting all sorts of dishonorable tactics as a form of pride. He was willing to sell out his fellow luchadors by unmasking them for an investigation and even drove [[Wrestling/ChavoGuerreroJr his own nephew]] into madness by trying to rope him into following his ways (though Chavo eventually did so willingly years later in WWE). As his feud with Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr in 2005 showed, if he got particularly driven about something he could be prone to obsessive, sociopathic tendencies and absolutely vile measures. Yet because of his talent, his charm, and the fact that in real life he was a recovered drug addict and a born-again Christian who always had love for the people around him, his character got away with ''a lot'' of crap in the eyes of fans, so much so that it literally took the stipulation of putting the custody of Rey Mysterio's son on the line following Eddie's claim that Dominick was actually his for people to universally want Rey to beat Eddie in a match that year. And that's all BEFORE the man's death.

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* Wrestling/EddieGuerrero's career motto since his WCW Wrestling/{{WCW}} days was all about cheating, openly flaunting all sorts of dishonorable tactics as a form of pride. He was willing to sell out his fellow luchadors by unmasking them for an investigation and even drove [[Wrestling/ChavoGuerreroJr his own nephew]] into madness by trying to rope him into following his ways (though Chavo eventually did so willingly years later in WWE). As his feud with Wrestling/ReyMysterioJr in 2005 showed, if he got particularly driven about something he could be prone to obsessive, sociopathic tendencies and absolutely vile measures. Yet because of his talent, his charm, and the fact that in real life he was a recovered drug addict and a born-again Christian who always had love for the people around him, his character got away with ''a lot'' of crap in the eyes of fans, so much so that it literally took the stipulation of putting the custody of Rey Mysterio's son on the line following Eddie's claim that Dominick was actually his for people to universally want Rey to beat Eddie in a match that year. And that's all BEFORE the man's death.
10th Jan '16 6:42:31 PM PhilsLover
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* The Rottweilers eventually reached this status in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, and especially after their second incarnation came with the addition of the company's [[Wrestling/LowKi first champion]]. But the oddest case of this was Homicide. The crowds loathed Wrestling/{{Konnan}}, but didn't mind Homicide being associated with him or using a theme composed by him. He was given another evil manager in "the devil's son in law" Julius Smokes, which still didn't work. Homicide cussed out the fans specifically for chanting in his support at ''Generation Next'', which only made it continue. "[[CharacterTitle Ring Of Homicide]]" revolved around him assaulting everyone in the company that had so much as annoyed him with a fork and by that time no one even tried to pretend he wasn't a baby face.

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* The Rottweilers eventually reached this status in Wrestling/RingOfHonor, and especially after their second incarnation came with the addition of the company's [[Wrestling/LowKi first champion]]. But the oddest case of this was Homicide. The crowds loathed Wrestling/{{Konnan}}, but didn't mind Homicide being associated with him or using a theme composed by him. He was given another evil manager in "the devil's son in law" Julius Smokes, which still didn't work. Homicide cussed out the fans specifically for chanting in his support at ''Generation Next'', which only made it continue. "[[CharacterTitle Ring Of Homicide]]" revolved around him assaulting everyone in the company that had so much as annoyed him with a fork and by that time no one even tried to pretend he wasn't a baby face.



* WWE's Wrestling/{{Maryse}} might be worth noting. Since her debut she has yet to display one redeeming quality. Even when she appeared to be nice to Gail Kim she was really laying down insults in French. True she is a {{Heel}}, but Maryse doesn't generate the animosity as other heels such as Wrestling/MichelleMcCool or Wrestling/{{Layla}}, either from crowds or internet commentators despite the latter being better in the ring and actually having behaved decently before a FaceHeelTurn.

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* WWE's Wrestling/{{Maryse}} might be worth noting. Since During her debut time in WWE she has yet to display never displayed one redeeming quality. Even when she appeared to be nice to Gail Kim she was really laying down insults in French. True she is a {{Heel}}, but Maryse doesn't didn't generate the animosity as other heels such as Wrestling/MichelleMcCool or Wrestling/{{Layla}}, either from crowds or internet commentators despite the latter being better in the ring and actually having behaved decently before a FaceHeelTurn.



* The Age Of The Fall in Wrestling/RingOfHonor has a significant portion of the audience insisting how they were "correct" or "awesome". (They were basically a political group with a {{theme park| version}} understanding of American health care [[HostileShowTakeover out to highjack as much of Ring Of Honor's time as possible so they could spread their message]]) Yes, the same Age Of The Fall with the lengthy entry on XPacHeat. Wrestling fans are weird.

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* The Age Of The Fall in Wrestling/RingOfHonor has had a significant portion of the audience insisting how they were "correct" or "awesome". (They were basically a political group with a {{theme park| version}} understanding of American health care [[HostileShowTakeover out to highjack as much of Ring Of Honor's time as possible so they could spread their message]]) Yes, the same Age Of The Fall with the lengthy entry on XPacHeat. Wrestling fans are weird.



** On a recent episode of Raw, Wrestling/{{Edge}} called Orton out on this; claiming that his (apparently insincere) dedication to the fans following returning from a career-threatening injury didn't net him the same kind of fan support Orton had, although Orton was playing the same selfish jerkass character he always was. Hell, immediately before {{Edge}} spoke, Orton got a massive pop for [=RKOing=] guest host Wayne Brady.

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** On a recent an episode of Raw, Wrestling/{{Edge}} called Orton out on this; claiming that his (apparently insincere) dedication to the fans following returning from a career-threatening injury didn't net him the same kind of fan support Orton had, although Orton was playing the same selfish jerkass character he always was. Hell, immediately before {{Edge}} spoke, Orton got a massive pop for [=RKOing=] guest host Wayne Brady.



* As of early 2010 Wrestling/ChrisJericho has been doing a form of this on WWE NXT, a show where eight "rookies" are paired with a "pro" mentor as they wrestle in hopes of winning a WWE contract. On the first episode he was rather displeased at his rookie Wrestling/WadeBarrett's verbal sucking up when introducing Jericho, but when it was Barrett wrestling on the fourth episode, Jericho at ringside went well above and beyond to put his rookie over, leading to this amusing exchange with the commentators as Barrett ground down his opponent that got Internet fans cheering:

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* As of early In 2010 Wrestling/ChrisJericho has been doing did a form of this on WWE NXT, which at the time was a show where eight "rookies" are were paired with a "pro" mentor as they wrestle wrestled in hopes of winning a WWE contract. On the first episode he was rather displeased at his rookie Wrestling/WadeBarrett's verbal sucking up when introducing Jericho, but when it was Barrett wrestling on the fourth episode, Jericho at ringside went well above and beyond to put his rookie over, leading to this amusing exchange with the commentators as Barrett ground down his opponent that got Internet fans cheering:



* Wrestling/CMPunk, after turning back heel in the middle of 2012 following a full year as the company's top babyface, continued to get cheered despite his character mutating from a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold cocky but genuine wrestling revolutionary]] to outright [[ItsAllAboutMe respect-demanding]] [[{{Jerkass}} jackass]]. This was understandable at first, considering most of his heel run early on consisted of feuding with a SmugSuper BaseBreaker and a face commentator prone to MoralDissonance who both couldn't even admit that, being a long-running WWE Champion considered by many to be a leader for the young talent in the back, his claim to "Best in the World" status had some legs. Even Punk's later dickish habit of constantly interrupting legends was admissible, considering how many times a Hall of Famer would come up and tell him he had to fight Wrestling/JohnCena for the infiniteth time to validate his career. However, the self-proclaimed habitual line stepper would achieve new lows not seen since the death of Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, first when he taunted Wrestling/JerryLawler for his real-life heart attack the night of Lawler's official return to commentary, then when he interrupted Wrestling/TheUndertaker's tribute to the late Wrestling/PaulBearer less than a week after the latter's real-life death just to put himself over as the man who'll defeat Undertaker at WrestleMania, even using Bearer's name in the process. Even Wrestling/VickieGuerrero felt he deserved to be punished. Yet fans ''still'' cheer for him.

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* Wrestling/CMPunk, after turning back heel in the middle of 2012 following a full year as the company's top babyface, continued to get cheered despite his character mutating from a [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold cocky but genuine wrestling revolutionary]] to outright [[ItsAllAboutMe respect-demanding]] [[{{Jerkass}} jackass]]. This was understandable at first, considering most of his heel run early on consisted of feuding with a SmugSuper BaseBreaker and a face commentator prone to MoralDissonance who both couldn't even admit that, being a long-running WWE Champion considered by many to be a leader for the young talent in the back, his claim to "Best in the World" status had some legs. Even Punk's later dickish habit of constantly interrupting legends was admissible, considering how many times a Hall of Famer would come up and tell him he had to fight Wrestling/JohnCena for the infiniteth time to validate his career. However, the self-proclaimed habitual line stepper would achieve new lows not seen since the death of Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, first when he taunted Wrestling/JerryLawler for his real-life heart attack the night of Lawler's official return to commentary, then when he interrupted Wrestling/TheUndertaker's tribute to the late Wrestling/PaulBearer less than a week after the latter's real-life death just to put himself over as the man who'll defeat Undertaker at WrestleMania, even using Bearer's name in the process. Even Wrestling/VickieGuerrero felt he deserved to be punished. Yet fans ''still'' cheer cheered for him.



* Wrestling/BrockLesnar is usually characterized as a remorseless monster bent on destruction, dominance, and bringing the pain, and even in RealLife came into the business with a huge mercenarial JerkJock attitude towards wrestling which even now is still there and which he admits to with no shame. But because he's such a freakishly talented athletic badass, a lot of people still love him. Granted, a lot of those people [[LoveToHate love seeing him as a HEEL]] because of all of the above, but still… between his sporadic appearances since his "return" to WWE, his popularity has dwindled somewhat though. After breaking Wrestling/TheUndertaker's streak at ''Wrestling/WrestleMania'' ''XXX'' on April 6, 2014, though, the XPacHeat picked up steam to such a degree that even Lesnar was surprised. Then he destroyed Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestling/SummerSlam four months later and [[WinBackTheCrowd won back the crowd]].

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* Wrestling/BrockLesnar is usually characterized as a remorseless monster bent on destruction, dominance, and bringing the pain, and even in RealLife came into the business with a huge mercenarial mercenary JerkJock attitude towards wrestling which even now is still there and which he admits to with no shame. But because he's such a freakishly talented athletic badass, a lot of people still love him. Granted, a lot of those people [[LoveToHate love seeing him as a HEEL]] because of all of the above, but still… between his sporadic appearances since his "return" to WWE, his popularity has dwindled somewhat though. After breaking Wrestling/TheUndertaker's streak at ''Wrestling/WrestleMania'' ''XXX'' on April 6, 2014, though, the XPacHeat picked up steam to such a degree that even Lesnar was surprised. Then he destroyed Wrestling/JohnCena at Wrestling/SummerSlam four months later and [[WinBackTheCrowd won back the crowd]].
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