Greatest WWE heel ever: Ted DiBiase or "Hollywood" Hogan? | The Tylt
Greatest WWE heel ever: Ted DiBiase or "Hollywood" Hogan?
In entertainment, you need conflict. No one brought more conflict and chaos in the WWE than the heels of the company. As in the case of being the face, not everyone can just step in and be a villain. It takes presence, charm and outstanding commitment to being the most irritating human being possible to be the center of every WWE fans' hatred.
Professional wrestling has had some delightfully evil characters pass through its ranks from an egomaniacal CEO to a Nature Boy. But who's the baddest of the bad? We're pitting eight of the greatest agitators of professional wrestling ever to find out who is the best heel ever.
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No one likes a rich snob, and Ted Dibiase played the role to a T. Dibiase's Million Dollar Man flaunted his wealth like every other run-of-the-mill snob, and people loved to hate him for it. He never shied away from his signature sparkling suit, and left every opponent he defeated with a wad of cash in their mouth. You'd be hard-pressed to find a more insulting gesture.
Hulk Hogan was the WWE's greatest champion and hero, but that all ended in 1996. Hulk Hogan turned heel to become "Hollywood" Hogan in the WCW, an arrogant, entitled coward who would hide behind his cohorts to protect his title. He was ruthless, and as much as people loved him when he was the face, they hated him just as much when he was the heel. Even when he was the villain, Hogan was the star of the show.