You can do a lot of dickish things to others and behave badly and still be a good guy to eyes of the fans.
You can turn into a face and never have to make up for being a dick to other faces and the fans. After all, you'll team up with the faces without any problems whatsoever and the fans will still cheer you anyways.
If you're a bad guy who uses dirty tactics, it's reprehensible. However, if you're a good guy who does the same thing, it's okay.
Assaulting someone almost never results in prison time. If it does, it's because your boss hates you.
Giving someone a punch in the face can make their forehead bleed profusely.
Also, being hit in the back of the head with a steel chair will make your forehead bleed, even though it's not where you were hit.
In general, hitting someone's face with any object (steel chair, ring steps, title belt, etc.) or tossing their face to them (ring post, chain-linked fence of a cage, barricade, etc.) will bust them open profusely.
A Hall of Fame should only consist of people the boss of the company approves of. It has little to do with talent or contributions to the "sport". All the better if an inductee isn't even an athlete and just made a cameo appearance at a pay-per-view ten years ago.
If you had a job before becoming a wrestler you must completely embody it by changing your name and taking on a cartoonish gimmick related to your former profession.
Betrayal happens all the time. Even long-time enemies join forces.
If you're a face who gets booed, you're a bad face. If you're a heel who gets cheered, then you're a good heel.