The Sprite Squad is the worst stable ever.
Legacy was always a terrible stable.The only stable that actually deserves to be mentioned out of those mentioned already is the bWo. Stables have to end eventually and WWE is never good at booking the end of a stable. The Spirit Squad provided solid entertainment, but could never really be too much. Legacy was damn good until WWE took a shit all over it with Randy Orton's abomination of a face turn. JBL's cabinet made complete sense, but again, it was never going to go anywhere.
The bWo? That's some truly pathetic shit. Never was good, never could be good, had no redeeming qualities, I could go on and on.
Nexus the most pathetic stable ever? No, because again, bWo has been listed. But also, Nexus was (and I'm using past-tense on purpose) a very good stable, and in fact, they were the best stable in years and arguably one of the best of all time. New Nexus? Yeah, they're a pile of shit. Four un-saveable guys with pretty much no hope (except for maybe McGillicutty if they completely repackage him) led by CM Punk in what seems to be a completely unclear mission now that they've already been thrown to the wayside? Yeah, it seems rather pointless.
But to associate them with what the original Nexus did is insulting. This new group isn't worthy of being called Nexus.
Yeah X-Factor was terrible. A stable with X-Pac and Justin Credible automatically disqualifies any credibility. Albert couldn't even save them.Nah...you forgot about X-Factor in 2001. The most horrible sight in WWF history except to maybe the Oddities in 1998. Just fucking terrible.