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Jobber – “Heel Turn”

In pro wrestling storytelling, a heel turn is one of the most dramatic things that can happen. Heel turns can happen gradually over months, or they can be sudden and jarring, but there’s always a moment where it become official: a former fan favorite turns evil. Most of the time, that fan favorite will eventually return to the good side — and then sometimes switch back and forth a bunch of times, a la the Big Show. But the heel-turn moment will often become a key part of that wrestler’s legacy, like when Shawn Michaels threw Marty Janetty through the Barber Shop window or when Seth Rollins attacked his Shield partners Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose with a chair. It can be the most memorable moment of a wrestler’s entire career.

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