Faces aka the baby-faces aka the good guys in WWE or in any professional wrestling organization have a very important role. Many fans say that being a heel is more difficult than being a face. But I say, being a face is much more challenging. Because you see, if you are a face, you need to be cheered by the audience, as much as the crowd goes wild for you; you are that much worthy of being a face. But the crowd is not dumb. They don’t cheer for every one of those who are scripted as a good guy. You will see another thing in wrestling, faces are being hated more by fans than the heels. For example, John Cena , yes, Cena might be the face WWE right now, but he has more haters than any other wrestlers in professional wrestling. So I believe being a face is much more difficult than being a heel. In this feature we shall talk about the top 10 babyfaces of the pre attitude era. One more thing, we are talking about only WWE superstars, so don’t expect names like Sting.
10. Ultimate Warrior : He might not be the most famous wrestler of all time, but definitely one of the babyfaces of the pre attitude era. He began his wrestling career in 1985 and made his WWF debut in 1987. He came to spotlights after his match against The Immortal Hulk Hogan in WrestleMania VI and the world of professional wrestling fans were surprised as he defeated Hulk Hogan in the World Wrestling Federation championship. The Rated R superstar Edge also talked about this match before his match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 24. He said how surprising the match was. The match chalked out as the match of the year 1990 by Pro Wrestling Illustrated. Except the WWF championship, he won the intercontinental championship twice. The Ultimate Warrior is no doubt one of the faces in professional wrestling.
9. ‘Hacksaw’ Jim Duggan : Another superstar like Ultimate Warrior who always worked as Babyface. He might not have achieved any championship titles under World Wrestling Federation but he is remembered as the first ever Royal Rumble (1988) match winner. His patriotic and funny gimmick is really loved by the fans. He always carried a 2×4 every time he made his appearance. He easily made the fans delighted by screaming ‘Hooooo’ or giving ‘USA’ chants. First, he had a six year WWF career (1987-1993), then he moved to WCW and worked seven years with them. He currently is not a regular superstar and makes sporadic appearances in WWE.
8. Lex Luger : Lex Luger is a very famous name in professional wrestling. He started his professional career as an American football player. Later, in the year of 1985, he started his professional wrestling career. After working with NWA and WCW, he debuted to WWF in 1993. He had a small career in WWF of two years only. He could not manage any championships in the WWF but won the Royal Rumble match in 1994 along with Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart. He returned to WCW in 1995 and achieved high success. Luger took retirement in 2005.
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