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D Generation X 2 16.67%
The Four Horsemen 0 0%
New World Order 7 58.33%
The Hart Foundation 0 0%
Nation of Domination 0 0%
Evolution 3 25.00%
Legacy 0 0%
Nexus 0 0%
The Shield 0 0%
The Alliance 0 0%
Ministry of Darkness 0 0%
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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 02-11-2013, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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What has been the most dominant stable in WWE/WCW history?

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Re: What has been the most dominant stable in WWE/WCW history?

I'm torn between those I think so, and those I prefer. The majority have their merits when they were at their strongest, and you could make a valid argument for 75& of them, but I have to go with....

I won't vote because I can't choose between NWO for what it was, and Evolution for what it was, both at their strongest. As well as the Horsemen for their trend-setting.

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Re: What has been the most dominant stable in WWE/WCW history?

NWO for the early part of it... pretty much a great idea (although not original) really made me love WCW more. Until they wore out the idea to death and just went all over the place with it. But I try to remember how it started, I just wish it could have ended... it had to fall to the WWe to finally bury the stable :S

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I voted for the nWo.



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