4 wrestlers who need to turn face and those who need to turn heel as well
It happens many a time in wrestling that sometimes if a wrestler gets stuck with one character for too long, it starts stagnating, and the audience even stops responding the way they used to earlier with the wrestler.
Sometimes a change is also important to spice things up, and change the ecosystem a little bit. A character can get completely transformed by turning from one aspect to other, and can generate massive reaction from the audience.
Currently, there are many WWE Superstars in dire need of a switch from being good guys to bad guys, and vice versa. Lets go through them one by one.
#1 Finn Balor (heel turn)
It's almost tragic to see the treatment meted out to Finn Balor by WWE management. He's loved by everyone, he's a crowd favorite, he's a hard worker, and one of the best in the ring.
But ever since his return from a shoulder injury, Finn Balor's stock has steadily fallen to a point where nowadays his only role on Raw is to be fodder for Drew McIntyre's claymore kicks.
Even the much loved alter ego, The Demon King, has been put on the shelf, and is hardly used.
Turning Balor heel could provide him the lifeline he really needs right now in his career. WWE has for some unknown reason lost confidence in him, and does not provide him with any sort of push.
Not many would remember, but Finn Balor actually made his name as "Prince Devitt", the ultimate heel in New Japan Pro Wrestling, and it won't be anything new to him as he would easily adapt. As mentioned earlier in one of my articles, this could be the first step in getting his career back on track.