Here's a far-fetched but very sensible faction.
The indy gods in CM Punk, Colt Cabana and the Kings of Wrestling can join forces to become one of the most interesting stables in wrestling history, and here's why:
For one, we all know that Punk can run a hell of a stable. He did an amazing job with the Straight Edge Society and proceeded to do just as good a job with the new Nexus. So heading a group wouldn't be exactly risky business for the main eventer.
Secondly, this formation of talent can only benefit everyone involved. Punk will further solidify his status as a top dog, something Triple H did with Evolution. But this time, the Revolution, a play on the Evolution name, will emerge as the controlling stable in the company.
(By no means is this a second coming of Evolution. They would have no Flair, Orton or Batista.)
And lastly, it's something new, exciting and different. With the recent success of former indy stars such as Punk, Daniel Bryan and Zack Ryder, it looks as if the WWE is giving the Internet darlings a legitimate shot at being featured heavily.
Punk would obviously be the head as a WWE Championship contender, while Colt would work mid-card with the Kings, contributing to the tag team division.
The only roadblock in this equation would be the signing of Colt, which has proved to be quite difficult for the company. As Punk, Cesaro and Hero are all under WWE contract, the ever-entertaining Colt would remain as a huge question mark.