Top Five Factions WWE Ruined

B. Dangerous and Brian Damage

We return this week with the Top Five and look at wrestling factions that had a lot of promise in WWE and were ruined by poor booking decisions. It has been said in the past that Vince McMahon isn’t the biggest fan of factions in his company. What are your personal top five factions that could have been more successful than they ended up being in WWE?

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Rock Solid: The Story of The Three Man Band

Brian Damage

You take three unused wrestlers and have them form a faction. You make them wear leather pants, guyliner and play air guitar. It might not seem like something that would “get over” with fans…but that’s exactly what this gimmick did. This is the true story of three men thrown together and somehow made it stick. This is the story of the Three Man Band.

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Vita-Horse-Men: Remembering The Four Horsemen Vitamins.

Brian Damage

There is no question that during the mid to late 1980’s, the Four Horsemen were the premiere attraction for Jim Crockett Promotions and the National Wrestling Alliance. Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard and manager J. J. Dillon were the cornerstones of that beloved heel faction. It also saw a rotating door of other wrestlers like Ole Anderson, Lex Luger and Barry Windham among others joining and then leaving the group. Promoter Jim Crockett Jr knew where his “bread was buttered” and wanted to market the Four Horsemen as much as possible.

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