10 most disliked WWE superstars, ranked

From villainous heels to poorly-booked faces, which WWE superstars have been the company's most hated over the years?

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World Wrestling Entertainment is easily the most recognizable sports-entertainment brand in history. The dominant brand in the wrestling landscape for decades, WWE has turned the genre into one of the world's biggest, experiencing multiple renaissances throughout its existence to stay fresh and modern.

Over the years, it has produced some of the biggest stars in the world, including The Rock, Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Triple H, John Cena, and Roman Reigns. Some of those stars have dominated the squared circle while others have gone on to transition into entertainment, becoming huge TV or movie stars.

However, wrestling has also crafted some of the most hated superstars in the world, too. From intentionally hateable bad guys who did such a wonderful job of feeding off animosity from the fans, to bland unstoppable characters whose incessant pushes turned audiences against them, WWE's superstars have gotten vocal responses from fans over the years.

But just who is the most disliked WWE superstar in history? Was it an intentional move on the company's part, or a well-intentioned push gone wrong? And were the fans right to feel the way they did about these particular athletes? Let's discuss!