Bullet Club , sometimes shortened to B.C., is a professional wrestling stable, primarily appearing in the Japanese promotion New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). In the United States, the group appears most notably in Ring of Honor (ROH).
The Latin American Xchange is a professional wrestling stable signed to Impact Wrestling. The group achieved initial success as a stable consisting of Konnan, Homicide, and Hernandez. Puerto Rican wrestler Apolo was a brief original member, who was later replaced by Machete. Later, upon the departure of Konnan from Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), Homicide and Hernandez wrestled exclusively as a tag team.
The McMahon family is a prominent Irish-American family, known for their involvement in the fields of professional wrestling, business, and politics. They are best known as the founders, owners, and promoters of the world's most prominent professional wrestling company, WWE. The company's primary business is professional wrestling, but it has expanded into a subscription based network, home video production, movie production company, and an E-commerce company.
The Four Horsemen was a professional wrestling stable in Jim Crockett Promotions and later World Championship Wrestling. The original group consisted of Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, Ole Anderson, and Tully Blanchard. Flair and Arn Anderson have been constant members in each incarnation of the group except once following Anderson's neck injury, when Curt Hennig was given his spot in the Horsemen.
The New Day are a professional wrestling stable in WWE, composed of Big E, Kofi Kingston, and Xavier Woods. They compete on SmackDown brand where they currently hold the SmackDown Tag Team Championship. They are five-time tag team champions within the company, having won the WWE (Raw) Tag Team Championship twice and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship three times. As tag team champions, The New Day defends the titles under the Freebird rule, with all three members being recognized as champions.
Chaos is a professional wrestling stable, primarily performing in the New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) promotion. The group was formed in 2009, when nearly all the members of the Great Bash Heel stable turned on GBH leader Togi Makabe and reformed under new leader Shinsuke Nakamura. Soon after, the new group was named Chaos, with Nakamura as the leader and the common goal of resurrecting the Strong Style, which Nakamura felt was abandoned after the departures of bearers Antonio Inoki and Shinya Hashimoto. As the leader of Chaos, Shinsuke Nakamura was one of NJPW's top wrestlers, winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship and the IWGP Intercontinental Championship as well as the 2011 G1 Climax and the 2014 New Japan Cup. Since its founding, Chaos has added several new members, most notably Kazuchika Okada, who has held the IWGP Heavyweight Championship four times and won the G1 Climax tournament in 2012 and 2014, as well as the 2013 New Japan Cup. Okada became the leader of Chaos after Nakamura's departure from New Japan, and even succeeded Hiroshi Tanahashi as the promotion's "ace," or top star. Rocky Romero has also enjoyed a noteworthy level of success as a member of Chaos, winning the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship a record eight times: twice with Davey Richards, twice with Alex Koslov as the Forever Hooligans, and four times with Trent Barreta as Roppongi Vice.
The Elite are a professional wrestling stable which consists of Kenny Omega, The Young Bucks and Kota Ibushi. Though primarily working in the New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) promotion, the stable has also worked together in the American Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion, as well as several independent promotions in Japan, the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia. In NJPW, Omega is the current IWGP Heavyweight Champion while The Young Bucks are the current IWGP Tag Team Champions.
Los Ingobernables de Japon (L.I.J.) is a professional wrestling stable, based in the New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) promotion. An offshoot of the Los Ingobernables stable, based in the Mexican Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) promotion, the group was formed in 2015 by Tetsuya Naito, upon his return to NJPW from CMLL. Under the leadership of Naito, the stable has also come to include Bushi, Evil, Hiromu Takahashi and Sanada. Through NJPW's working relationship with the American Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion, the stable has also appeared in the United States with ROH wrestler Jay Lethal and his manager Truth Martini being former members of the group.
The Nexus was a villainous stable in WWE that competed on the Raw brand from June 7, 2010 to August 22, 2011. It originally consisted of eight rookies of NXT season one and shifted their roster several times throughout their 14-month existence, with David Otunga being the only member to serve the group throughout the entirety of its existence. Their initial goal was to obtain WWE contracts for all members, with the exception of original leader Wade Barrett, already guaranteed a WWE contract for having won NXT. After NXT, the group went on to antagonize the Raw roster, with then-WWE Champion John Cena as their main focus. Cena forcibly became a member of The Nexus after losing in a match at Hell in a Cell thanks to interference from Husky Harris and Michael McGillicutty, who would join The Nexus on October 25, 2010 edition of Raw as a reward. However, Cena was eventually removed from the group by being fired at Survivor Series after Barrett lost his WWE Championship match to Randy Orton in November 2010, only to be rehired by Barrett the following month. On January 3, 2011, Barrett was exiled from the group anyway after losing a triple threat steel cage match against Orton and King Sheamus to determine the number one contender for the WWE Championship as well as Barrett's leadership, which Barrett lost in favor of CM Punk after losing to Cena a chairs match at TLC: Tables Ladders & Chairs in December 2010. Punk, who ended up costing Barrett the match, officially became the group's new leader in January 2011, at which point the group was renamed The New Nexus in an attempt to distance itself from The Nexus, becoming a tight-knit group dedicated to one another by faith. Throughout its existence, the group won the WWE Tag Team Championship three times while Punk won the WWE Championship in his final match with the stable at Money in the Bank on July 17.
The Hart Foundation is the name of several derivative tag teams and stables composed primarily of members and close friends of the Hart wrestling family. The name originated in the World Wrestling Federation in 1985 with the original Hart Foundation consisted of brothers-in-law Bret “Hitman” Hart and Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart. Initially managed by Jimmy Hart, they won the WWF Tag Team Championship twice. WWE has consistently ranked the original Hart Foundation as one of the greatest tag teams in wrestling history.