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post #8 of (permalink) Old 05-27-2012, 01:51 AM
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Re: Who was the greatest at crossing over as a heel/and a face?

Great list Greenlawler! I would add The Undertaker to the bunch. He started off as the zombie that was impervious to pain and one of the few heels to gain a pin fall victory over Hogan during that era. During the New Generation as a face Undertaker was one of the very top stars who slayed monster upon monster, year after year. Closer towards the Attitude Era he got a 6 month reign as the World Wrestling Federation Champion. When he formed an alliance with Kane in 1998, his feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin was had one of the biggest and best builds ever. His Ministry of Darkness days was the peak of Undertaker as a heel as he "personified pure evil" as JR would often say by committing the most dastardly acts. Then you have his face return as the American Badass and he ultimately had his last strong heel run as champion with the Big Evil character. Since he returned to the Deadman character is one of the most respected and beloved legends in the history of the business.

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