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Top 15 Worst Stables in WWE History

Stables are one of the cooler concepts in wrestling as any time a group of credible and talented wrestlers come together, it will lead to entertaining matches and segments. Many of the greatest successes and performers in wrestling were created due to impressive stables. The New World Order helped give WCW the greatest success the company would ever achieve. D-Generation X became a draw on WWE television. The Four Horsemen still live on today when fans talk about the greatest factions. Evolution gave us the past, present and future of pro wrestling on display together. Stables are great when done right but for every one successful faction, there are a couple of abysmal ones.

There needs to purpose, credibility and chemistry for a faction to work. Any time a wrestling promotion just decides to pair wrestlers together for the sake of it, the faction flops. The reason the nWo, DX or Evolution were able to get over is because you knew what their purpose was and why they were together. Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall were trying to overtake WCW with their own organization. D-Generation X wanted to change the serious and bland world of pro wrestling. Evolution wanted to merge experience, greatness and potential together to gain power and seize championships.

Many of the selections on this list are victims of poor booking and were put in a position where they were unable to succeed. These stables lacked a sense of direction and gave us some pretty terrible television because of it. There were even a couple of instances of talent not having chemistry but being paired together, while some of the stables did have purpose and chemistry but weren’t credible enough to be taken seriously. While all terrible in different ways, these fifteen wrestling stables share the bond of being the worst in WWE history.

15 Blue World Order 

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14 D-Generation X (2006) 

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13 Vince’s Devils 

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12 Los Boricuas 

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11 The Cabinet 

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10 The J.O.B. Squad 

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9 La Familia 

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8 PMS 

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7 The Corre 

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6 The Oddities 

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5 D.O.A. 

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4 The Spirit Squad 

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3 The Truth Commission 

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2 X-Factor 

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1 The Mexicools 

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Super Crazy, Psicosis and Juventud Guerrera were all talented wrestlers and should have been able to showcase it in WWE. Instead their debut with the company was one of the most racist and offensive gimmicks in wrestling history, as they debuted as The Mexicools. They would ride to the ring on lawnmowers and play up racial stereotypes. Despite all three having a good track record with work rate, The Mexicools didn’t have any memorable matches and just left a bad taste in the mouth of any viewer with a progressive mind. It was really hard to watch back in 2005 but it looks even worse today if you watch a show during that time on the WWE Network. Between the terrible legacy it leaves and three talented wrestlers flopping, The Mexicools are the worst WWE stable of all time.

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