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Should be fun,what stable makes you scratch your head and say....WHAT WERE THEY THINKING?????

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X-Pac, Justin Credible, and Albert. What do they call the group? X-Factor. What do they call X-Pac's finisher? X-Factor. What did they have in common? X-actly nothing.

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That Memphis group led by Brickhouse Brown in 1987. They were the ----'s.




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quote:
Originally posted by HMFiles from WA:
X-Pac, Justin Credible, and Albert. What do they call the group? X-Factor. What do they call X-Pac's finisher? X-Factor. What did they have in common? X-actly nothing.

Well, you had a heat-killer in X-Pac, a guy who was only over in the old ECW in Justin Credible, and a guy who needed a few more years under his belt in Albert. It's almost like they were booked to suck.

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What about that awful incarnation of the Horsemen with Flair, Butch Reed, Kendall Windham, Michael Hayes and Hiro Matsuda?

Not that the wrestlers in it were bad on their own for the most part but it's like they just picked names out of a hat

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quote:
Originally posted by Get Ribbed at Abdullah's:
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Originally posted by HMFiles from WA:
X-Pac, Justin Credible, and Albert. What do they call the group? X-Factor. What do they call X-Pac's finisher? X-Factor. What did they have in common? X-actly nothing.

Well, you had a heat-killer in X-Pac, a guy who was only over in the old ECW in Justin Credible, and a guy who needed a few more years under his belt in Albert. It's almost like they were booked to suck.
Well atleast they successfully executed their booking strategy [Razz]
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quote:
Originally posted by Cone Stold:
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Originally posted by Get Ribbed at Abdullah's:
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Originally posted by HMFiles from WA:
X-Pac, Justin Credible, and Albert. What do they call the group? X-Factor. What do they call X-Pac's finisher? X-Factor. What did they have in common? X-actly nothing.

Well, you had a heat-killer in X-Pac, a guy who was only over in the old ECW in Justin Credible, and a guy who needed a few more years under his belt in Albert. It's almost like they were booked to suck.
Well atleast they successfully executed their booking strategy [Razz]
And then some.

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All the stables they had in the WWF in the late 90's with Savio Vega whatever his group was called and DOA, they feuded forever and I don't recall one good match at all.

Honorable mentions Truth Commission and of course Spirit Squad, that was destined to fail, even though the WWE tried to shove them down our throats.

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quote:
Originally posted by CJ in Savannah:
All the stables they had in the WWF in the late 90's with Savio Vega whatever his group was called and DOA, they feuded forever and I don't recall one good match at all.

Honorable mentions Truth Commission and of course Spirit Squad, that was destined to fail, even though the WWE tried to shove them down our throats.

Oh yeah, Los Boricuas (or however you spell it). They did have that neverending feud with the DOA. For a while, it seemed like everyone in the WWF not named Austin was part of a group.

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The Misfits In Action. Not so much the wrestlers, just the execution.
All the stupid nicknames,Private Stash, LT. Loco, Sgt. AWOL, General Rection, Col. Cajun,Major Gunns and everybodys favorite, Booker T returning to the GI Bro gimmick.
The MIA were one of Vince Russo's memorable gifts to wrestling.
A lot of talent with a horrible gimmick.

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DiBiase's WWF stable. Bigelow, Tatanka, Ringmaster and so on. Not that they sucked per se, just that in a promotion where nearly everyone won a belt, I don't think any of DiBiase's ever won one whilst he managed them.

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The MIA is a great shout.

The Magnificent Seven, from WCW in 2001, also sticks out in the mind. I remember Flair being the mouthpiece, which was the only redeeming quality about the faction, and the rest of the group being something like Bagwell, Luger, Animal, The Steiners, and somebody else.

Just a bunch of heels tossed together for no good reason or purpose other to have another stable (a Russo obsession) established.

It died on it's arse of course, just like Russo's stables always have done.

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quote:
Originally posted by Neal Snow:
That Memphis group led by Brickhouse Brown in 1987. They were the ----'s.




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quote:
Originally posted by CJ in Savannah:
All the stables they had in the WWF in the late 90's with Savio Vega whatever his group was called and DOA, they feuded forever and I don't recall one good match at all.

Honorable mentions Truth Commission and of course Spirit Squad, that was destined to fail, even though the WWE tried to shove them down our throats.

For Christmas I hope Santa brings me a triple dvd set of spirit squad matches and also the best of george gulas and big red.
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For MIA didn't Van Hammer not want the Private title because it was lower than the others? And then it got changed but no longer made sense? I seem to remember hearing this on some internet show but that was a long time ago.

The Boricuas were a terrible group and my vote. Truth Commission was terrible too but I think the Interrogator is a fantastic name.

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The Dungeon of Doom managed to make me as a 13 year old boy, who was just CRAZY about wrestling, feel kinda ashamed that I was actually watching such ****.

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I liked Los Boricuas and the Spirit Squad. I'm not sure why I took to the Boricuas (probably because I always kinda liked Savio Vega, and I HATED DOA who they were feuding with), but as for the Spirit Squad, I thought they were a talented bunch, and the gimmick was fun.

X-Factor was the first thing that sprang to mind here. EV2.0 have to be worthy of mention though.

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In 1992 in WCW,I thought nobody cared at all about The Dangerous Alliance but they had great talent.
I thought from a singles standpoint only Rude and Austin were top guys while AA,Eaton and Zbyszko were past their prime as top singles guys.

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The Oddities in WWE circa 1997.
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The Spirit Squad has to be at the top of the list.

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quote:
Originally posted by heinoushorseman1986:
In 1992 in WCW,I thought nobody cared at all about The Dangerous Alliance but they had great talent.
I thought from a singles standpoint only Rude and Austin were top guys while AA,Eaton and Zbyszko were past their prime as top singles guys.

What? I have never heard anyone ever say that no one cared about The Dangerous Alliance.

Anyway, worst stables EVER?

Nashville World Order - Jeff Jarrett & The Harris Twins (briefly in 2000)
NWO B Team (I count it as a seperate stable) - Stevie Ray, Vincent, Horace, Scott Norton, and Brian Adams
Sports Entertainment Extreme - pretty much everyone that was in TNA in 2002 & 03
Jimmy Hart's WCW First Family - Knobbs, Jerry Flynn, The Barbarian, & Hugh Morrus
The Black Army - Just because it's Rob Black and XPW
Seretonin in TNA - Raven, Kazarian, Michael Shane, and someone else
DOA and Los Boriquas in the WWF

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quote:
Originally posted by HMFiles from WA:
X-Pac, Justin Credible, and Albert. What do they call the group? X-Factor. What do they call X-Pac's finisher? X-Factor. What did they have in common? X-actly nothing.

X-Pac competed in some "baby bottle/diaper" matches in 1996 and Justin Credible once had a gimmick where he wore a diaper on his head.

So they got that in common.

Later,
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How about the Memphis chapter of the Nation Of Domination in 1997? I think that the members were PG-13, Spellbinder and *deep breath* Randy Hales...

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Personally--I liked Prince Brickhouse Brown's stable in Memphis in '87. Found them entertaining.

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quote:
Originally posted by Billy The P:
How about the Memphis chapter of the Nation Of Domination in 1997? I think that the members were PG-13, Spellbinder and *deep breath* Randy Hales...

Haha, yeah...Randy X. Haha...

and Reggie B. Fine...man, what a GREAT stable.

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quote:
Originally posted by Neal Snow:
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Originally posted by Billy The P:
How about the Memphis chapter of the Nation Of Domination in 1997? I think that the members were PG-13, Spellbinder and *deep breath* Randy Hales...

Haha, yeah...Randy X. Haha...

and Reggie B. Fine...man, what a GREAT stable.

Wasn't Tracy Smothers in there too?

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The Union (UPYOURS - The Union of People You Oughta Respect, Son)(yes, really) consisted of Ken Shamrock, Big Show, Test, and Mankind. Despite some noteworthy members, the stable did exactly jackshit and last about 3 weeks.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Union (fourth one down)

That ending date is generous. It was like they gave a name to random tag team couplings and then disbanded them inside of a month.

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quote:
Originally posted by CJ in Savannah:
quote:
Originally posted by Neal Snow:
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Originally posted by Billy The P:
How about the Memphis chapter of the Nation Of Domination in 1997? I think that the members were PG-13, Spellbinder and *deep breath* Randy Hales...

Haha, yeah...Randy X. Haha...

and Reggie B. Fine...man, what a GREAT stable.

Wasn't Tracy Smothers in there too?
Yes, as Shaquille Ali. The USWA arm of the NOD also included Queen Moesha (Jacqueline), Kareem Olajuwon (Reggie B. Fine), Akeem Mohammed (Clarence "Big Black Dog" Glemon), Butch Reed and Del Rios.


I'd add:

James E. Cornette's NWA group in WWE from 1997-1998. Jeff Jarrett, Barry Windham, an aging heel Rock N Roll Express, Dan Severn and (drum roll) "Bombastic" Bob Holly and "Bodacious" Bart Gunn, THE NEW MIDNIGHT EXPRESS! [Roll Eyes] [Roll Eyes]

The WWE version of the NWO from 2002: Hogan, Hall, Nash, Big Show, X-Pac, Booker T. and Shawn Michaels. I think part of the problem was that Vince announced that they were coming to WWE, where the original NWO in WCW had the element of surprise.

The No Limit Soldiers: Swoll, 4X4, Rey Misterio Jr., Konnan, BA [Brad Armstrong] and Chase Tatum [RIP]. Yes, folks, even guys as talented as Rey Misterio Jr. and Brad Armstrong can get involved with something that sucked.

The Corporate Ministry: Vince, Shane, Bossman, Chyna, HHH, Undertaker, Paul Bearer, the Acolytes [Faarooq and Bradshaw], Mideon [Dennis Knight], Viscera and the Mean Street Posse [Rodney, Pete "Gas" and Joey Abs.] Vince's Corporation and UT's Ministry of Darkness are feuding with each other for months, even though they are all heels. The combined group debuted on the pilot episode of Smackdown!, leading to such stupidities as the "Higher Power" angle, Stephanie becoming an on-screen character and the "magic briefcase" nonsense at KOTR 99.

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The Dungeon of Doom sucked for sure.

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The Cabinet (JBL, The Bashams, Orlando Jordon, Amy Weber) They were prominent during 2004-2005 era of Smackdown.

Basically a stable of mis-booked talent that no one wanted see.

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The Job Squad
The Oddities
Jim Cornette's NWA Group in WWE
Latino World Order

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They had the Worst entrance music in the game!

Honorable Mentions
The Union
No Limit Soldiers
Corporate Ministry
Job Squad
Oddities - I enjoyed Kurgan for some reason.

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Here's some more I disliked

The Band-Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Sean Waltman, and Bubba the Love SPonge, enough said.

The WCW/ECW Alliance in 2001

Justin Credible's stable in ECW

The New Blood and Millionaire's Club in WCW 2000.

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The list starts and ends with the Dungeon of Doom.

The No Limit Soldiers were bad, but at least they pulled the plug on them fairly quickly; the Dungeon of Doom stayed around for about 18 months. It gave us such memorable moments as The Giant-Hogan monster truck match, the cage match at Uncensored in 1996, and The Yeti. I think it was the DoD who did the last one.

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quote:
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For MIA didn't Van Hammer not want the Private title because it was lower than the others? And then it got changed but no longer made sense?

That is correct. He had it changed to Major Stash for just that reason. What a d-bag.
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quote:
Originally posted by Big Daddy Meatybone:
The Job Squad
The Oddities
Jim Cornette's NWA Group in WWE
Latino World Order

I liked the J.O.B. Squad, the Oddities and the LWO. [Mad]

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quote:
Originally posted by heinoushorseman1986:
The Dungeon of Doom sucked for sure.

This was who I was thinking of.

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quote:
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Originally posted by heinoushorseman1986:
In 1992 in WCW,I thought nobody cared at all about The Dangerous Alliance but they had great talent.
I thought from a singles standpoint only Rude and Austin were top guys while AA,Eaton and Zbyszko were past their prime as top singles guys.

What? I have never heard anyone ever say that no one cared about The Dangerous Alliance.
I've always thought that that group and the way they were booked helped keep WCW watchable and not too far in the red.

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quote:
Originally posted by jkeats:
What about that awful incarnation of the Horsemen with Flair, Butch Reed, Kendall Windham, Michael Hayes and Hiro Matsuda?

Not that the wrestlers in it were bad on their own for the most part but it's like they just picked names out of a hat

Ummm... I've heard of all the Horsemen from Mongo to Matsuda, but I've never, EVER heard of this incarnation... What were you smoking in 1990-ish?

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