During 1997 and '98, the WWF had four gangs with 4+ members, which were: Nation of Domination Disciples Of Apocalypse Los Boricuas Truth Comission I've noticed that these gangs and the "wars" they had have received a lot of criticism over the years from wrestling fans. They were often criticized for being too race-oriented (especially NOD) and for not being good in-ring workers. The feud between DOA and Los Boricuas received the award for "Worst feud of the year" in 1997 from the Wrestling Observer. However, I have been looking up some stuff from these guys and I think the whole gang warfare thing was really cool. Unlike the stables of today (Nexus, Corre), these guys actually seemed like they belonged together. DOA was awesome in my book because three of the guys were family and you could just picture them all travelling together and all. It seemed very realistic. I think it shows a lot of creativity on the part of the writers to make these wrestlers relevant. Would anyone have cared about Savio Vega in 1997 if he wasn't part of a stable? I just feel like in general these stables felt like real gangs because of the real life element - they were fighting together. Several of these 16 men would not have had jobs with the WWF had it not been for the stables they were in. And one seperate thought - does anyone wish Chainz would have stuck around? I think Brian Lee was a really cool wrestler. He put on some bad ass matches with Tommy Dreamer in ECW and I feel like he could have been a valuable part of the midcard for the attitude era. You look at that 1999 midcard and it really could have used him.