Everyone wants to be the hero, right? The hero gets all the fame, the fortune, and the appreciation. But it’s so hard to be the good guy. Maybe there’s someone better equipped for the job, making you feel irrelevant. Maybe you feel like your best friend is holding you back. Maybe nobody particularly wants you to be the hero in the first place. For those and so many other reasons, people who started out intending to do good things can end up finding that they’re more comfortable going the opposite direction. And when that happens in pro wrestling, the results of someone choosing the dark side over the light can lead to some of the most memorable feuds in wrestling history.
12. Seth Rollins Is “Plan B”
In over a year since debuting, The Shield was one of the most dominant forces in WWE. When united as one, they were virtually unbeatable, and they were riding high after beating one of the toughest factions of all time, Evolution, at consecutive Pay Per Views, in matches that absolutely tore the house down. And with Batista leaving Triple H and Randy Orton high and dry at the beginning of Raw the night after the second match, things were looking grim for The Authority in their war against The Shield. That is, of course, until Triple H revealed Plan B. Shield member Seth Rollins viciously attacked both his Shield brothers from behind with a chair, splitting the group instantly and aligning himself with Triple H. While it seemed like madness to break up a group at the top of their game, who had become incredible crowd favorites, the results speak for themselves. After going their separate ways, all three men, Rollins, Roman Reigns, and Dean Ambrose, has won the WWE World Heavyweight Title at least once, establishing themselves as top stars in WWE that are set to carry the company into the future. It’s rare that every member of a stable finds success once it breaks up, but in this case, Rollins stabbing his teammates in the back led to the creation of three huge Superstars.http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x1yi4mn_wwe-raw-6-2-14-seth-rollins-turns-heel_sport Source: DailyMotion.com