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WWE Superstars who could easily turn heel

WWE Superstars who could easily turn heel

There is a lot of talks about which brand will reign supreme as we go into the survivor series. The PPV road is definitely fascinating as many invasions and successful segments can be expected. This time around, the five out of five matches will draw more attention with the participation of NXT.

In the course of creating the PPV, someone is usually more likely to turn around and betray their squad. The organization will use this to give wrestlers, who might need it, some momentum. Normally, the Celebrity on the roster turns its back on the name, frustrated. 

As always, this year we might even see some of those. It would not make sense, though, if it were just for the sake of WWE that we would be shocked and without any rational cause. We take a look at three wrestlers who could turn heel easily in this post. 

Seth Rollins

Seth Rollins lost his 2019 Crown Jewel Fiend Global Championship. The architect was the company's voice and had plenty of booking ups and downs during the year. Despite the year of great results, he began to lose steam while feuding with Baron Corbin and win the Royal Rumble and beating Brock Lesnar in WrestleMania.

It didn't help him meeting beloved fans such as Braun Strowman and The Fiend after the fury. The latter's feud has also emotionally influenced him a lot and Seth Rollins is a really dismayed guy who doesn't know the next thing. 

HHH challenged RAW this week, and it seemed that Seth Rollins decided to join NXT. The latter did not attend the NXT Championship, and later in the night they were faced by Adam Cole.

Seth Rollins remained in the middle of the arena, while their RAW counterparts were assaulted by NXT Superstars, refuses to save, hinting in the near future at a turning point. While this could create a variety of choices, there are also questions that need answers. Is he changing brands? He's staying? That can only be replied by WWE and we have to wait to see what happens.

The Miz

The Miz has been very busy outside WWE lately with the birth of his second daughter and his reality show The Miz and Mrs. As a result, his presence on TV has declined for a while. After feuding with Shane McMahon, he worked for a while until he was sent to SmackDown with Shinsuke Nakamura.

During NXT's SmackDown invasion, he recently lost to Tomasso Ciampa. It is evident that his childhood run is not steaming and must end soon. The Miz did all but has plenty to offer. The Miz did everything. As he's not aiming at all cylinders, their best bet is to turn him heel right now.

We saw again and again that he works as well as the evil man and puts a lot of focus on his feuds. It would help both parties to switch it and place it on the likes of Ali or Shorty G, and WWE should capitalize on this.

Braun Strowman

For a long time, Braun Strowman has endured WWE's contradictory reservation and he just can't appear to be cracking. The business normally pushes him to give fans some optimism for a bit, to eventually let all of us down. In recent years, Strowman has yet to win a major title even though he was one of the most famous WWE guys.

The beast of men lost to Tyson Fury at Crown Jewel. They will take him ahead and give him the impetus to freshen up his character.

Since his feud with Seth Rollins a couple of months back, Braun Strowman has certain heel characteristics. It can also be remembered that he struggled against Fury and even attacked him at the WWE Success Centre.