Kamala's gotta be a pretty big contender, right? I can think of three off the top of my head...Devastation Inc., The Dungeon of Doom, and The First Family...
Surprisingly, I can't think of many. I'm sure he, like a hundred other vets, have been part of dozens of stables in little indies that no one remembers over the years, but in noticeable runs, that's pretty much it. He, Giant Kimala 2 (Ben Peacock) and Abdullah did something as a trio in Japan that I've seen on Youtube, but I have no idea if it was a regular thing or just for the one match. Wippleman and Fuji didn't really have stables per se during their runs with him.
Post by Fundertaker on Dec 27, 2016 12:12:49 GMT -5
Just remembered another good one from Japan: Jado & Gedo!
Team No Respect (FMW) Complete Players (FMW) Team 2000 (NJPW) CTU (NJPW) GBH (NJPW) CHAOS (NJPW)
Combining his work in WWE and Japan, there's Albert/A-Train/Giant Bernard/(Ruined) Tensai (gimmick) X-Factor (WWE) VooDoo Murders (AJPW) Team BLACK/Chono and Nakamura-gun (NJPW) RISE (NJPW) GBH (NJPW) CHAOS (NJPW)
And, of course, the kingpin of stables, "Mr. Black Charisma" himself, Masahiro Chono: Ookami Gundan (NJPW) nWo and nWo Japan (WCW/NJPW) Team 2000 (NJPW) Black New Japan (NJPW) Team BLACK/Chono and Nakamura-gun (NJPW) Legend (NJPW) + stuff like Pirates Gundan, Dark Kingdom and Last Revolution which he was affiliated with but mostly as a personality rather than an active competitor.
not that kind of Gundam, ha. It means "Rogue Corps" in English.
It's written "Gundan" (reads more as "Goon-dan" while Gundam is, well, "Gun-dam") which actually means "army corps". So basically, "army". The "-gun" you see in some japanese factions is "gundan" so you have Suzuki Army as Suzuki-gun which is actually Suzuki Gundan.
Post by Madison Carter on Dec 29, 2016 15:11:30 GMT -5
Mike Rotundo has an iffy contention in this list:
Varsity Club (both incarnations) Captain's Crew (w/ Abdullah and Norman) - somewhat unofficial but they worked together against Sullivan's Slaughterhouse York Foundation - another iffy one; while it became a stable, Rotundo was the only member during his tenure Million Dollar Corporation NWO NWO Japan Team 2000
Beautiful Bobby Eaton- Dangerous Alliance, Blue Bloods, Heavenly Bodies, Midnight Express,
Eaton was never a member of the Heavenly Bodies, despite what Wikipedia says, as far as I know. He teamed with them due to his connection to Lane and Cornette, but only for a few times and was never an actual member. I dunno, mileage will vary on if you consider him one.
Bobby was in a couple of other stables, though - his first heel run saw him as part of Tojo Yamamoto's stable (I don't recall them ever having an official name) in the late 70s, and then was part of Jimmy Hart's original First Family in Memphis.