From a kayfabe perspective, what are some of the most justifiable heel turns in wrestling history? Two stand out for me: 1. Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley in late 1999: If you objectively listen to her promo the night after Armageddon, her decision to turn on Vince seems totally justified. She mentions that he had her sacrificed in a wedding to The Undertaker just to screw over Austin (which actually gives the convoluted Greater Power story line more of a pay-off). 2. Chris Jericho in 2008: He tries to hold Michaels accountable after he feigned a knee injury in a match against Batista and later goes on a rant about Michaels' history of treachery. Everything he says is pretty much point on, but he arguably takes things too far when he puts his face through the Jeri-Tron 2000 and then definitely crosses the line when he punches his wife in the face (albeit accidentally). I guess Hogan's turn in 1996 may qualify. It's well documented how much of a sleaze bag he was behind the scenes, but on-screen he was pretty much portraying his typical goody-goody persona in WCW until a lot of fans were sick of him and he turned.