Accidental Heroes do accomplish heroic things, but not intentionally.
On the February 24, 2005 episode of WWE Smack Down!
, she appeared as an extra during the JBL "Celebration of Excellence" party.
"'..then Jack chopped down the beanstalk, adding murder and ecological vandalism to the theft, enticement and trespass charges already mentioned, but he got away with it and lived happily ever after without so much as a guilty twinge about what he had done.
Which proves that you can be excused just about anything if you're a hero, because no one asks inconvenient questions.'"A Designated Hero is a character in a story who, despite being presented as heroic, is actually a Jerkass at best and an arguable villain at worst.
She also wrestled in Women's Extreme Wrestling (WEW), where she mainly worked in tag team matches.
She found championship success here as half of The Simple Girls/The Madison Sisters with her (kayfabe) sister Nikki Madison, and as the "T" half of the T&A tag team with April Hunter, defeating Team Blondage's Amber O'Neal and Lollipop to win the titles on WEW's April 6, 2006 pay-per-view.
Also viewers should keep in mind that there are comedies where the bad character being treated as good is deliberate as a form of critisism against their society or if the writers are feeling particularly sarcastic by having them being treated as heroic by the narration as well and actually wanting the audience to disagree with it.
Note: In-Universe examples or Intentional ones go to Nominal Hero or Evil Hero.
She is a former two time TNA Women's Knockout Champion and is a former TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion as part of The Beautiful People (with Madison Rayne and Lacey Von Erich), with the group defending the title under the Freebird rule.
Talia made her debut for World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW) on March 3, 2004, where she defeated Alere Little Feather.
Some are meant to walk in the grey line with the author letting the audience decide on their own about whether a character is good or evil and keeping a truly neutral stance.