Greatest Stables Ever WWE/WCW

Top 5 greatest stables ever
July 19, 2006
I haven't seen to many wrestling articles lately so I thought I make one up just for all you wrestling fans out there, and you non-wrestling fans as well I haven't forgoten about you guys either so I'll try to do a good job.

5. The Nation of Domination
Members: Faarooq, The Rock, D-lo Brown, Mark Henry, Kama Mustafa(Now known as The Godfather),Ahmad Johnson, and Owen Hart
Quick Summary: This was basically the first all black wrestler stable with the acception of the rock(Samoan) and Owen Hart who joined later in 1998. The first member to leave was Ahmed Johnson due to injury, and then faarooq being kicked out of his own faction by the rock which led to a heated rivalry between the two. The only known fued was against D-Generation X which led to many great matches between the two factions.

4. The Hart Foundation
Members: Bret Hart, Owen Hart, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, Davy Boy Smith(British Bulldog), and "Flyin" Brian Pillman
Quick Facts: I don't know of any fueds with other stables, but who can ever forget the Canada V.S. USA storyline which still stands out today as the greatest ever. Okay time to time travel. Oh yeah before I forget the Original members were Jimmy Hart, Bret Hart, and Jim Neidhart back in the early 80's. Okay now here we go. This stable opposed the United States, and even degraded America and its values whereas they would speak highly of Canada and Europe (in which they were still beloved, regardless of what happened over in the States). The New Hart Foundation usually brought the Canadian and British flags out to their matches, and in their promos would talk in disgust about America and Americans in general, but had nothing bad to say about Canada EH!!!!

3. The nWo
Members: There is so many members in all the nwo stables I'm only going to name a few, Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash (The Original Members)
Quick Facts: According to the storyline, the nWo were representatives of another wrestling organization and planned to take over WCW. The nWo storyline, run by WCW, began on July 7, 1996 at the Bash at the Beach PPV. This storyline involved a faction from "outside" WCW – originally Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hulk Hogan (who would change his name to Hollywood Hogan while a member of the nWo) – "invading" WCW.Hall & Nash were collectively referred to as "The Outsiders." Both men then took to showing up unexpectedly during Nitro broadcasts, usually jumping wrestlers backstage, distracting wrestlers by standing in the entranceway of the arenas, or walking around in the audience. During Bash At the Beach Scott Hall and Kevin Nash Faced Lex Luger, Sting, and Randy Savage revealing they to had a third partner. Hogan finally comes and everyone thinks he will beat down hall and nash since he worked for WCW and not WWF/E but he turned on WCW and joined Hall and Nash thus forming the nWo, and the rest is history.

The 4 Horseman
Members: Just like the nWo There have been tons of members, but here are the 4 originals, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, Ric Flair, and Tully Blanchard and Manager J.J. Dillon.
Quick Facts: There's not much to say except they were great, but lets just see what I can find out. The Four Horsemen formed in January 1986 with Flair, the Minnesota Wrecking Crew consisting of Arn and Ole Anderson, and Blanchard, with James J. Dillon as their manager. They feuded with Dusty Rhodes (breaking his leg), The Rock 'N Roll Express (breaking Ricky Morton's nose), Nikita Koloff, and The Road Warriors. They always had most of the titles in the NWA, and they often bragged about their success (in the ring and with women) in their interviews. Other than that little history lesson I dont know what to say really except once again they're great.

Now For The #1 greatest stable In History...............................Drum Roll Please


1. D-Generation X
Members: Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chyna, Tori, X-Pac, Kane, Road Dogg, Billy Gunn, "Ravishing" Rick Rude (First Manager), and Jim Neidhart( For one whole night can you beleive it).
Quick Facts. As we all know Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chyna and Rick Rude(Manager) were the original members until rudes departure later on due to health. D-X is generally considered one of the most popular stables in pro wrestling history. The group's original run was from 1997 to 2000, undergoing several roster changes during that time. After on-off returns in 2000 and 2002, D-X reformed in June 2006 as the duo of Triple H and Shawn Michaels.D-X has been believed to be heavily influenced by WCW's nWo (although Vince McMahon has denied this on many occasions), and was created to battle with WCW in the ratings war, and who can ever forget the D-X invasion of WCW which to this day stands as 1 of the top 10 moments in wrestling/RAW history.

Well there you have it my list of the top 5 Stables in Wrestling history, I'm sure there are more and I apoligize in advance If I missed any but these were the most popular I could think of, thanks and I hope you enjoyed, by the way stay tuned for the second of a 4 part greatest wrestling series. Rock On
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