WWE Turn Alert: Mojo Rawley Turns Heel on SmackDown 11/28/2017 | Smark Out Moment

WWE Turn Alert: Mojo Rawley Turns Heel on SmackDown 11/28/2017

Posted by Anthony Mango Tuesday, November 28, 2017
Mojo Rawley turned heel on the November 28, 2017 edition of SmackDown Live by attacking his tag team partner Zack Ryder after a loss to The Bludgeon Brothers, declaring The Hype Bros to be dead.

My first reaction: Given the circumstances, it makes more sense for Rawley to be the heel than Ryder, because Ryder at least proved his ability to get over with the crowd—something that Rawley hasn't done. I don't think I would have split up this tag team quite yet, but whatever. I don't anticipate this being a big deal and I guess we'll see them only have a match or two on SmackDown, but not on a pay-per-view. They'll fade into obscurity in no time.

Click here for the full list of people who have turned heel or face throughout the year.

What do you think of Mojo Rawley turning heel? Are you a fan of it or is this a mistake? What direction do you think WWE will take with this character change?

Tell us your thoughts, booking ideas and predictions in the comments below!

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