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Top 15 Worst Stables in Wrestling History

Stables have been a major part of professional wrestling for decades. Some of those groups have made for memorable storylines that have lived on for generations after they last participated in a match or a feud. Wrestling organizations have been attempting to recreate the Four Horsemen since the 1980s and neither World Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Entertainment nor Total Nonstop Wrestling have been able to relive the magic that was presented on television programs during the days of the original Horsemen.

It seems as if there has been a laundry list worth of terrible wrestling stables for every good one that has been put together in national promotions. These groups failed to click with fans and they also were unable to have meaningful matches that drew money or did any favors for the wrestlers involved. Some, theoretically, seemed like good ideas on paper, as they were plucked from pro wrestling history and from times when similar ideas worked. Others, however, were seemingly always doomed from the very start and one cannot help but wonder what the promoters and/or writers who came up with those ideas were thinking.

Anyone with even casual knowledge of the industry would probably not be shocked to know that a large group of the worst stables in wrestling history came from WCW and from TNA Wrestling. TNA has mirrored the failures of WCW for over a decade and it is somewhat surprising that the current second-tier company still manages to exist considering all of the money that it has lost since it first debuted. The good news is that those running the WWE have apparently figured out that those who are not knowledgeable about history are doomed to repeat mistakes that occurred in the past.

15 The Corre

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14 Planet Jarrett

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13 West Texas Rednecks

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12 Dungeon of Doom

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11 The Flock (WCW)

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10 J.O.B. Squad

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9 The Millionaire's Club

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8 Sports Entertainment Xtreme

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7 Spirit Squad

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6 Immortal

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5 X-Factor

4 The Alliance

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3 The New Day

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2 nWo Hollywood

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1 nWo 2000

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WCW had one idea for making money and attracting television ratings: Recreate the new World order. The nWo 2000 was more sad than it was entertaining, a group that included the original Outsiders along with Jeff Jarrett and Bret “Hitman” Hart. WCW was already on the downtrend in the Monday Night Wars before this incarnation of the nWo was put together, and it was an afterthought almost as quickly as it was created. The irony is that the the original new World order wanted, in storyline, to destroy WCW and that is exactly what the wrestlers in the stable achieved.

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