If you're talking about which heel turns helped the most, then Kairi and Asuka is up there. It may have been random and out of nowhere, but they went from doing nothing and off TV for months to being the most featured women's champions on TV, even over the singles titles.
Finn Balor 2nd because it was about damn time he got rid of the Grin Balor meme
I feel like Sasha and Bayley are still in the exact same spots as they were before they turned, so I don't know how much turning them helped them.
Also shout out to Io Shirai and Dakota Kai, but jury is still out on them. Io got more over with the heel turn, but still hasn't won the NXT women's title, and Dakota still needs to get out of jobbing all the time.
So far my vote is Dakota #1 because how well she pulled it off. #2 Auska because I marked out for the green mist. #3 Bailey - hearing her curse the crowd was kinda like if Capt. Kangroo called a roomful of kids a buncha little sh*ts. #4 Io was nicely done as well..
I can't really count Seth and Sasha because they got so much hate as faces and everyone knew it was just a matter of time. Kinda like when the eventual Charlotte turn comes.
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Across every promotion, who has been your Wrestler of the year?
I will go with Chris Jericho, hindered by the fact that Dynamite has...