Top 3 Favorite Stables in WWE History

1. Evolution

Evolution formed by Ric Flair to train younger stars in the bussiness. The members of Evolution where “The Nature Boy” Ric Flair, “The Game” Triple H, “The Animal” Batista, & “The Legend Killer” Randy Orton. They ran as a heel stable, rather if its attackin superstars backstage or a group attack in the ring, Evolution was a great stable. Triple H took over as the leader and it soon ended, but Randy Orton was kicked out after he won his first world title.

2. D-Generation-X

D-Generation-X, the random stable. Unlike Evolution, DX wasnt just about bussiness, DX did alot of stuff that was random, fun, not thought of. DX is still in the company today. A cuple of weeks ago on SmackDown, “The Heart Break Kid” Shawn Michaels & “The Game” Triple H asked for one more Wrestlemania, one more match. And I for one hope DX gets it. If this is the last time were going to see them, then I except the match to be huge. But there is a probly, due to the match HBK had at Wrestlemania 26 against the Undertaker, HBK had to retaire from the WWE, which means no more in-ring action.

3. The Nexus

The Nexus brought something new, they brought that old TV-14 feeling to the PG Era. A group of NXT Season 1 rookies, attacking WWE Superstars in a pack. When they debuted in the WWE, they made there mark by attacking the face of the company John Cena. But during there debut, they didnt just attack Cena, they also attacked Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler, Josh Mathews, Luke Gallows, & CM Punk. During there time in as a stable, they attacked Cody Rhodes, Mr. McMahon, and other WWE Superstars.


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