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5 WWE Superstars who never turned heel

Thomas Lowson
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Mysterio has always fought for the fans throughout his WWE career
Mysterio has always fought for the fans throughout his WWE career

Sometimes in WWE, it's a lot more fun to play the bad guy.

After all, heels arguably have the easier job, as it's simple what to say to get fans to boo you and hate your guts.

Heels are often cooler as well, with a prime example of this being the gormless, bland, Rocky Maivia, who after months of smiling and pandering to the crowd, gave in to the hate and became The Rock.

But there are some Superstars, who were able to fight off the temptation of turning, unlike the Great One.

These stars remained on the path of good and justice throughout their careers.

Here are five WWE Superstars who remained true heroes for the fans, and never turned heel.

Note: For this list, we're strictly looking at heel turns in the WWE and no other promotions.


#5 Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat

The Dragon reportedly turned down turning heel and is one of WWE's most beloved good guys
The Dragon reportedly turned down turning heel and is one of WWE's most beloved good guys

The WWE has seen plenty of shocking heel turns, from 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin to Daniel Bryan.

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But if there was one Superstar that simply couldn't turn, it was Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat.

An excellent wrestler, who was known as a loving family man out of the ring, it made no sense to turn one of the nicest men in wrestling to the dark side.

Instead, Steamboat feuded with some of the greatest heels of all time, such as Randy Savage and Ric Flair, helping to elevate his opponents to new heights in villainy, for trying to destroy the Dragon.

The Steamer only added to the reasons why fans adore him when he returned in 2009 to feud with Chris Jericho and impressed everyone with his skills and athleticism.

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