Professional wrestling has always been as much about personalities and characters as it is about in-ring action. From the very beginning, wrestling promoters have sought to create larger-than-life personas that fans could root for or against.
And one of the most successful ways of doing that has been by grouping wrestlers together into factions, teams, or stables.
For many years, the WWE has been a premier destination for wrestling fans all over the world.
The company has produced some of the most iconic wrestling stars in history, but even the biggest names have had to start somewhere.
WWE factions have always been a part of the professional wrestling industry, adding excitement, drama, and intrigue to the storylines. From the legendary Four Horsemen to the modern-day New Day.