What made The Shield so unique was that each member brought something different to the table. The Shield were aptly termed as the hounds of justice, and have dominated WWE, whether together or seperate. The importance of this faction lies in the fact that the three of them now are integral parts of the main event scene in The New Era. The logo of the hounds suits the three superstars.
19)The Hart Foundation
The Hart Foundation, led by Bret “The Hitman” Hart were polarizing figures in the 1990s. In the late 90s, they were heels in the United States while babyfaces every other country. The unique blend of talent in the faction all bound together by their sense of nationalism made for an extremely badass logo. Then again, only the Harts could make pink seem badass.
Roddy Piper was one of the integral parts of the Golden Era, being a top heel along with the likes of Ted Dibiase. Though Piper never held the world title, many felt that he did not need it. However, his Hot Rod logo has become a thing of legend, just like the legendary career that he created.
In 2005, Edge began getting his first singles push. He began to call himself the Rated R Superstar. Edge was one of the greatest heels of not only that era but of all time. It’s simply hard to reach the level of heat that he got. His Rated R Superstar logo could not suit him any better since he truly was one of the greatest stars in WWE history.
Brock Lesnar has only been in WWE for a total of six years, out of which four have been part time. However, Lesnar being the unique freak athlete that he is, can steamroll, and has steamrolled over any opponent that has come in his path. The fact that we still don’t know who is going to conquer him truly makes his logo of the raging beast apt for him, because that is just what he is.