WWE: The 10 Greatest Stables in Wrestling History

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WWE: The 10 Greatest Stables in Wrestling History

Currently in the world of professional wrestling, WWE have failed in their attempt to create a credible heel stable on SmackDown.

The direction of the Corre has been handled extremely poorly and now the formerly promising group looks set to disintegrate.

They have been handed embarrassing after embarrassing defeat, including the squash match at WrestleMania against the makeshift team of Big Show, Santino, Kane and Kofi Kingston.

Even though Barrett is the Intercontinental Champion and Slater and Gabriel are three-time tag team champions, the Corre is just not expected to win any more.

Now that they have lost their muscle in Ezekiel Jackson, they have lost their last hope of being considered a threat.

The angle has done nothing to further the careers of any of its members with Wade Barrett's singles push being halted as result of its formation.

TNA have also tried and failed to create a fearsome stable on Impact with the immortal group.

It started out as a NWO rehash and soon became a cluster of wrestlers who were being wasted every week in 20 minute talking segments.

It now no longer occupies any position of importance in the company and serves no real purpose.

TNA's Fortune Four have had more success as they are a present day Four Horsemen, fighting to save their company.

These TNA originals, AJ Styles, Robert Roode, James Storm, Kazarian and now Christopher Daniels, are all talented wrestlers and make sense as a group.

They have all benefited from being together and they are now the top faces in the company.

This is because a stable, when done well, can be an effective way of utilizing talent and it often leads to entertaining storylines and long feuds.

Here are the ten greatest stables ever to grace the world of professional wrestling.

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