The wrestling faction, or stable, from the Horseman to X-Factor (remember them?) has long been a part of the business. In this post, we will examine the best and worst of these groups and what their impact has been on wrestling history. Now, before we start, let me ask 1 question….what is a faction or stable? I’m sure there are many different views on this, but since I’m steering this boat, let me tell you what I used. A stable must be made up of at least 3 partnered, in-ring performers. In my opinion, managers and non-wrestling valets don’t count. So, while the original Hart Foundation doesn’t count (it was just a tag team managed by Jimmy Hart), the larger Hart Foundation in 1997 (adding The British Bulldog, Owen Hart, and Brian Pillman), does according to my criteria. Ok…so let’s get to it, and since there seems to be only one logical place to start, let’s dive right in and discuss.