The greatest WWE Champions: Were they better bad or good?

In “I, Frankenstein,” the legendary monster is embroiled in an ancient war between two factions. Although he is classically known as an abomination, Frankenstein’s monster has spent 200 years torn between the choice of siding with good or evil in an effort to battle his enemies.

This struggle parallels a number WWE Champions who have reigned as both a hero and a villain in an effort to prove their might. WWE.com looks at eight of these unique individuals and question which end of the spectrum was more effective, presented by “I, Frankenstein” in theaters Jan. 24.