It is not uncommon for WWE superstars to undergo a personality transformation and they can sometimes become the most popular or most hated superstars thanks to it.
We have seen two major transformations this year alone, firstly Kane stopped being Corporate Kane and returned to being the Devil's favourite demon.
That was a move that the WWE Universe loved but whilst he is still a member of the Authority, he remains an unpopular character.
The other is one of the most talked about moments of the year when Cody Rhodes ceased to exist and became Stardust.
He along with his older brother Goldust have provided us with comedy and confusion in their search for the 'cosmic key'.
Transformation can be great and WWE.com has decided to give 10 of their biggest superstars a new look and some are truly brilliant.
You can view the whole range of pictures, here....
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Perhaps the most interesting proposed transformation surrounds the 'Show Off' Dolph Ziggler who dons a bath robe and some very casual attire.
He is portrayed as a man with style and would surely be in very close with the divas should he ever actually make this transformation.
Everyone's favourite heel, Bray Wyatt gets a make-over too and dresses up in the preacher outfit that he deserves.
Some of the ideas are hit and miss, for example, Brock Lesnar dons some suspenders and shiny boots in an outfit that would look nothing but weird if he walked out like this.
The Bella twins, Nikki and Brie are given makeovers in outfits that don't really seem to reflect anything but the lights around them and former WWE star Santino Marella is turned into a ninja.
Kane is given a new look and while it would be awesome to see him in the old style red and black mask, the heavily leathered costume..... Lets just say it doesn't quite work in the PG era.
Kofi Kingston, Sheamus, John Cena and Triple H all receive make overs in an album that will leave you pondering many different scenarios.
Answering the riddle
The gallery is the answer to the riddle posed by the WWE days earlier in which the pendant around the neck of Bray Wyatt was tweeted with the phrase ""Something is coming... Can you guess what? #WWETransformed,"
Perhaps somewhat anti-climactic since many people thought it would have something to do with the WWE Network's international rollout, or a new logo etc.
Either way, #WWETransformed is something to make all WWE fans think.
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