WWE names the top 50 villains in pro wrestling history

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Pro wrestling is very fluid with its storytelling. In the blink of an eye, a good guy can become bad, an antagonist a protagonist.

In insider terms, a babyface can turn heel.

Sometimes, the results are better than anyone could ever imagine. Hulk Hogan was the top babyface in the 1980s but there are a great deal of fans who far prefer his heel character in the 1990s, "Hollywood" Hogan.

I'm one of them.

There are countless other instances and WWE.com has gone to the trouble of listing the top 50 villains in pro wrestling history. Because we're such marks for lists like this, you knew we would throw it up for you Cagesiders to tear to shreds.

Check it out:

50. Batista
49. Randy Savage
48. Vickie Guerrero
47. Mark Henry
46. The Iron Shiek
45. Andre the Giant
44. Eric Bischoff
43. Eddie Guerrero
42. Brock Lesnar
41. Kane
40. Don Muraco
39. The Dudley Boyz
38. CM Punk
37. Ernie Ladd
36. Ivan Koloff
35. Paul Heyman
34. Abdullah the Butcher
33. Terry Funk
32. Randy Orton
31. Kevin Sullivan
30. Jerry Lawler
29. Raven
28. The Fabulous Moolah
27. Paul Orndorff
26. Nick Bockwinkel
25. Vader
24. Harley Race
23. Sgt. Slaughter
22. Undertaker
21. Freddie Blassie
20. Edge
19. Jim Cornette
18. Killer Kowalski
17. Mr. Perfect
16. Sherri Martel
15. Chris Jericho
14. The Original Sheik
13. The Fabulous Freebirds
12. JBL
11. Rick Rude
10. Jake "The Snake" Roberts
9. Gorgeous George
8. Bobby Heenan
7. "Superstar" Billy Graham
6. Triple H
5. "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan
4. "The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
3. Mr. McMahon
2. Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen
1. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper

There's the list, Cagesiders. What do you think of it?

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